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AFP charge Darwin man for allegedly importing 30 kilograms of gamma-aminobutyric acid

A bag with white substance inside and an Australian Border Force tag.

A Darwin defence lawyer has gone to the length of purchasing the same substance his client is accused of importing 30 kilograms of, to demonstrate to the court that it may not be the “GHB-like” substance authorities claim it is.Key points:A Darwin man, 43, faces possible life in prison after allegedly importing 30 kilograms of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)Prosecutors say GABA is chemically similar to the illicit drug gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB)The man’s defence lawyer says the drug may…


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