Of course if drugs were legal, dealers would not have so many liquid assets to prop up our financial institutions.
Drugs money saved some banks from collapse at the height of the global crisis the United Nations' drugs and crime chief claimed today.
Antonio Maria Costa, head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, told the Observer that there were signs that some banks were rescued by billions of dollars that 'originated from the drugs trade and other illegal activities.'
Arkwright's Mill, Cromford, in 1947
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