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Quite often, it is not rocket science to pick a scammer. This is quite apart from the fact that who - in the cold light of day - would offer to break US law and risk decades in jail to supply you with Nembutal, even offering support on the day you take it? We all need to get real! The purchase of Nembutal is lawful in some countries but the US is not one of them. This needs to be clearly understood.
Common sense also suggests that an email in broken English is unlikely to be the real thing. Take Dr John Martin Harris again as an example.
He/ she writes:
Thanks very much for your inquiry and interest in our products.We are sorry for the late respond [SIC]. This was because we had [SIC] many deliveries to carry out both national and international [SIC] They are [SIC] top quality with high level of purity [SIC]. We are old [SIC] and experience [SIC] supplier of Nembutal Pentobarbital sodium, We do [SIC] worldwide deliveries.Our stuff are [SIC] the best and most effective in the world. We are au- thorized [SIC] supplier. This makes us 100% reliable and legal supplier [SIC] of Nembutal Pentobarbital sodium. You will fine [SIC] the quality of our stuff to be the best.
This email closes with the curious phrase: Thanks and awaits your respond to proceed.
If care is taken, it should not be too hard to avoid scammers such as this. The Peaceful Pill eHandbook will continue to report on this as further intelligence comes to hand.