Federal agents today announced the biggest Ecstasy bust in the state's history after seizing 122 pounds of pills along with other drugs, cash, knives and guns from apartments in Hudson, Bergen and Somerset counties. Five men who authorities say are part of a dangerous international drug ring have been charged with drug distribution, money laundering and weapons charges. The Drug Enforcement Administration said the roughly 225,000 Ecstasy pills had a street value of $5.5 million. The drugs were smuggled in from Canada, authorities said, to be sold in New Jersey and beyond. "That much Ecstasy could supply New Jersey for a long time," said Kenneth McCreary, acting special agent in charge of the DEA in the state.