Thursday, June 5, 2008

Funny Fudge Contains Lavendar, Not Pot

Last week, major news networks reported that the brownies a girl gave to dorm workers at Indiana University contained marijuana. The fudge was given to workers at IU's Eigenmann Hall on May 23 and police were called after one of the employees took a bite and noticed a green, leafy substance inside.

IU Police took a sample and performed a field test, in which it registered a "weak reaction" on a test for marijuana. They found that it contained lavendar, not marijuana. The 13-year-old girl made the fudge for a school project, in which she had to make a Swedish food.

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