Amphetamine in blood of Qatargate investigator: “This is how bold intelligence services discredit people”

A chief inspector of the Brussels federal police – who investigated the Qatargate corruption scandal – was allegedly poisoned with amphetamine. What does such intoxication do to a person? Is amphetamine poisoning a known tactic? And which secret service would have been guilty of this? Toxicologist Jan Tytgat and espionage expert Kenneth Lasoen provide answers. “These are conditions that we tend to attribute to the former KGB.”