U.K. Study Finds Alcohol is Real 'Date-Rape' Drug
November 17, 2006
I have known this for years and have been saying this for years and now the studies confirm it.
The Guardian reported Nov. 16 that the study found no examples of the drug Rohypnol being used in rapes but plenty of evidence that alcohol was involved. Just two cases of the 120 examined showed evidence that GHB, another drug linked to sex assaults, was involved. But 119 of the cases involved victims who had been drinking.