Fatalities / Deaths
PHARMACOLOGICAL FATALITIES #
Incident: Trevor Robinson-Davis, Mar 2011, Blaine, Minnesota, USA
After insufflating a large dose of 2C-E at a private party, a 19-year-old male became agitated, was hospitalized, and died of cardiac arrest. Ten others who used 2C-E at the party were admitted to the hospital, two reportedly in critical condition
Drugs Unlimited: The Web Revolution That's Changing How the World Gets High, p 202. Oct 14, 2014.
...the night ended in a mass poisoning and fatal overdose [...] forensic tests showed that the drug taken was indeed 2C-E [...] the young people who survived reported delirium, hallucinations, paranoia, auditory distortions and overheating.
ECM Publishers. "Trial date is postponed in Blaine drug overdose case". TwinCities.com. Nov 2, 2011.
The court complaint filed against Lamere March 21 alleges he told those attending a Blaine party the grayish, powdery substance he had brought would cause hallucinations and that the substances was the drug 2C-I [...] The substance found in a bottle taken from LaMere's pocket was tested by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA). According to the complaint, the substance was found to be 8.9 grams of the drug 2C-E rather than the believed 2C-I.
Pioneer Press. "Man Charged With Murder In Mass Overdose That Killed 1". TwinCities.com. Mar 21, 2011.
An autopsy was performed on Robinson-Davis which attributed his death to a cardiac arrest associated with the presence of drugs in the 2C category. Preliminary results also noted no pre-existing natural disease could've explained his death.
BEHAVIORAL FATALITIES #
MURDERS / HOMICIDES #
It is extremely difficult to determine an LD50 for a drug in humans. LD50s are only ever experimentally determined in animals, and extrapolations from one species to another for lethal dose are notoriously unreliable. With a newer drug like 2C-E, there often isn't any animal data to extrapolate from.