There was a news article posted on the ABC website
in late November last year that mentions this case with the man claiming that Magiclean was the best product and the only one he wasn't allergic to, guess the cops chose not to believe him.
Cases like this just annoy me. Andrew Michael Page (any relation Mappy?) should not have been charged if there wasn't enough evidence to secure a conviction. We aren't even told in the media stories what other evidence was found in the home or even if Warhammer figurines were owned by A.M.P. or how much of the chemical was purchased. If they were able to get a warrant to search his house, why not setup a situation to catch him with the drugs, preferably while transferring them to dealers.
It's become quite clear that the people who decide upon drug policing policies are not doing their jobs in the best manner. If their preferred method of stopping drug dealers is by following the chemicals they are more liable to do harm than good. The manufacturers or Magiclean lose out because they are unable to openly import their product into the country and anybody who has a legitimate use is accused of peddling drugs. This kind of policing must be addressed before harsher restrictions are introduced such as the banning of the equipment used to manufacture the drugs.