Electress wrote:How can a package that wasn't actually ordered but sent by mistake have a destination?
From someone who has actually unpacked pharmaceutical deliveries at retail pharmacy*, you get a big box with a checklist of contents.
Start pulling them out and checking them off the paper copy of contents.
It was rare to find and error, but it would happen.
Usually around the dosage level, but gosh darnit so many drugs have similar sounding and looking names.
So I can actually believe that this is plausible.
Wrong thing got packed into a larger box.
The fact that it was a known and well abused PED makes the story suspicious, but on its own its not evidence of anything.
*many moons ago admittedly, but essentially the same systems are in place today.