How Drug Dealers Get Caught. As Told By A Police Officer

May 16, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: TRUTH

By Anyonymous

Disclaimer: We do not endore the selling or buying of drugs. This is strictly for entrainment purposes only

I am a LEO (Law Enforcement Officer) for a medium sized city (I will not provide proof, sorry everyone), we have about 80K in population. The city is a college city so half of the population is young, experimental, and stupid. Then we have the 3-4 percenters who make a comfortable wage, have a college degree, and enjoy their life. Then we have the rest of the population who are criminals, minimum wage adults supporting families, and homeless people.

The cities average income is 19K a year and we have the most meth labs per square mile than any other place in the USA.

I’m one of the believers in legalization of all drugs. Not only could we make a mountain of cash taxing all drugs, we could stop throwing in billions trying to stop them. We’d be saving and gaining, the best kind of financial decision.

I see a lot of info on the internet about dealing and I want to help you not get caught which also helps us save money.

The biggest thing to remember is that, if we want you, you’re getting caught. It’s impossible to hide yourself completely. Everybody talks, you may only sell to friends but those friends have friends that you don’t know, and those friends have friends that you also don’t know. You could literally sell to one person, and your chances of getting caught are still very high.

Stay safe out there guys, I don’t want to have to ruin your life over something petty.

 

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  • Ezekiel 25:17

    I see some basic truths in the comment. One of my favorite instructions is, “You have the right to remain silent, I suggest you use it and keep your pie hole closed.” Next is answering questions at all. The best trick used is to make it seem like you are supposed to talk to police. One trick the FBI uses is the threat of arrest for not talking. Or the threat of using a polygraph against you if they think your story is false. The way to call their bluff is to say, “Sure, lets wire me up.” They will probably say, “well not today, our polygraph guy is on vacation.”
    Where a lot of people make a huge mistake is on traffic stops. Sorry, a lot you see is just not right. If you simply waive a copy of the constitution to them you will do some jail time. The BLM thing also has stoked up a lot of Black people to do things to get them arrested on such small things. They tell people they don’t have to show ID on traffic stops. Well, I have a PACER account and so far, I have not found any cases where the SCOTUS has overturned that requirement to operate a motor vehicle. Remember, the ID has nothing to do with search and seizure. It has to do with lawful license for a motor vehicle operator. Its like telling the officer he has no right to record your license plate #. I once had a lady tell me I couldn’t legally take a photo of her vehicle parked in a fire zone. I replied, “But your BLM people are recording the assaults and even shooting deaths of officers all the time.” She replies, “That’s fine, we is just taking care of our business, but you don’t have a right to photo my car.” I then pointed to my three dash cameras and said, “Well, if you really feel that way, you better call your attorney, I’m recording you right now with 3 different camera angles.” She looked at me while holding her fire zone ticket and said, “That’s just messed up.”

  • viva_yo

    None of that matters in NYC. You’re most likely to be caught if you’re a low level drug dealer. Cops like racking up the bodies for arrests and they’re easy like shooting fish in a barrel. If you work indoors for a gang, as my neighbors do making crystal meth, law enforcement never bothers them and they’re free to make and distribute as much crystal meth as they please for as long as they want. The DEA is only interested in landlords they find complicit because it means that they can seize the property and sell it. (This happened to my building once). The DEA became a business whose goal is to make money during the Bush administration and nothing has changed since.

    Drug dealers are frequently used by landlords and the real estate industry to clear out a neighborhood for gentrification. We are now in the 2nd round of gentrification where the only housing being built cost over 1.5 million dollars to buy per unit (the cheapest units) and they want us all out, residents and businesses alike. Our bribe-taking politicians and NYPD brass are complicit in all of this, as they look the other way. The official word is that there “are no meth labs and no drug problem in my neighborhood”. Hence no need for law enforcement. LOL!