by Brandon Wenerd on September 12, 2013

The DEA is speaking out about the dangers of molly since the drug's rampant popularity with a younger generation has made production sketchier and sketchier. Some important pull-quotes from the Post: 

“Kids think ‘Molly’ is a pure, safe ecstasy, but it’s not,” said DEA Special Agent Erin Mulvey. “It’s not pure, it’s not safe and it’s not even ecstasy.”

“We’re seeing a proliferation of it,” citywide Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan told The Post. “We urgently need a law that would allow us to prosecute the sale of this deadly substance.”

Think, kids. Is a bag that's a giant question mark worth it? 

Related: Six Hits of Molly Allegedly Killed 20-Year-Old Electric Zoo Concert-Goer

[H/T: Gohamist/ED]