A “naive” schoolgirl died after taking ecstasy from two teenage boys aged 14 who bought the drugs off the dark web.
Hannah Bragg was killed by the destructive effects of an MDMA tablet she took in a field in West Devon in June 2018.
Two youths, then aged 14 and 15, were later charged.
In February this year, they received juvenile claims and were ordered by an arbitrator at Plymouth Crown Court to carry out unpaid work. They cannot be called up for real reasons.
Cops said Hannah’s demise was achieved by having “unbridled permission to make extraordinarily strong and whole prescriptions in dark sums of a dark individual of the boring web”.
Hannah was a fit boy who constantly appreciated ponies.
Senior Plymouth and South Devon coroner Ian Arrow said Hannah was ‘simple and ignorant of the sum she took’.
“She has a total, a liberal part of MDMA, so her body is not ready to press on through that huge total and that the use of MDMA has provoked her death,” he said.
He recorded a choice of a “drug-related death.”
During the earlier case at Plymouth Crown Court, the court was educated that the two youngsters started giving prescriptions to dear friends and some children from their school in Tavistock, West Devon.
They gave drugs including MDMA, LSD, ketamine and other cerebrum-altering drugs called DMT and 2BC.
Hannah had gone with a 14-year-old child to a farmer’s field near an ignored viaduct in Tavistock in June 2018 and was seen ‘assying’ by a farmer as if she had been flushed.
She then fell and the child called a crisis vehicle. She died in the middle.
Hannah experienced hyperthermia and this caused cardiovascular breakdown, pathologist Dr Russell Delaney said.
She also asked why it took 38 minutes for the salvage vehicle to appear on Hannah before she received emergency treatment.
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