Crystal methamphetamine has roared across the globe, leaving wrecked lives, broken dreams, and death in its wake. Its use has cost millions in policing and health expenditures. Scathed analyzes the problem through the eyes of current and recovering users, their families, health-care workers and police. This hard-hitting documentary demonstrates that using crystal meth is a poison derived from poisons. Scathed is suitable for high school students, their parents, educators, and anyone interested in understanding the seductive lure of illicit drugs.
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