Most U.S. Money Laced With Cocaine• LiveScience
Banknotes from more than 30 cities in five countries, including the United States, Canada, Brazil, China, and Japan, had "alarming" evidence of cocaine use in many areas.
U.S. and Canadian currency had the highest levels, with an average contamination rate of between 85 and 90 percent, while Chinese and Japanese currency had the lowest, between 12 and 20 percent contamination.
2 Comments in Response to Most U.S. Money Laced With Cocaine
So would it be worth more if it was laced with Heroin?
Yet, it's the poor Mexicans, Colombians and Afghanis who pay the price of the American vices!