Bill Potts Obtains Bail For Biochemist Facing Drug Charges

A Griffith University PhD student with a degree in biochemistry has become a real life case of Breaking Bad, using his degree to allegedly manufacture illicit drugs.

In his day job, Jason Mackenzie teaches medical students at Griffith but the 42 year old yesterday faced Southport Court accused of being an integral part of an interstate Albanian drug syndicate.

The Robina-based student has been charged with trafficking and manufacturing dangerous drugs after a series of raids across the Gold Coast on Tuesday as part of Operation Kilo Chess. Continue reading Bill Potts Obtains Bail For Biochemist Facing Drug Charges

Bill Potts & Mark Williams represent co-accused charged in alleged large-scale drug manufacturing

A week-long committal hearing in the Southport Magistrates Court sees cross-examination occur to test allegations of drug manufacturing on the Gold Coast. Methamphetamine with a street value of $3million were allegedly found in a police raid in Beachmont on the Gold Coast in May 2010. The accused were being monitored by police and were found to be talking in code during phone conversations about criminal activity. Bill Potts and Mark Williams represented the co-accused.