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Citigroup's Meth Lab Operator

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Our eyes usually skip over items involving drugs like crystal meth. Our people aren't really smoking meth, are they? Well apparently they are.

Michael Knibb, an information-technology vice president at Citigroup, ran the sophisticated drug operation from the living room of his luxury apartment overlooking the United Nations, said Drug Enforcement Administration officials.
The 37-year-old Knibb - who makes an estimated $250,000 a year - allegedly told authorities that he had decided to make his own methamphetamines because he could not find a reliable drug dealer after moving to New York from Seattle two years ago.

Okay, people. Meth is not an acceptable drug. Not even during the holiday season.
That said, we always thought that the tech guys were on something.
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