"It's pretty much the opposite of the usual drug dealer model. This isn't about making money, it's purely about helping people in need."
"I still use the safeguards practiced at the height of the War on Drugs. Call me paranoid, but I switch burner accounts every 21 days."
‘Say hello to my little friend, Tony Montana.’
We spoke to two young British men who have been sent miles from home to sell crack and heroin for drug gangs.
The story of Leanne Duffin, who used her beauty salon to mask a lucrative coke and weed dealing ring.
Remember that time the drugs didn't work? Here's why.
The wildest things said during Canada’s pot debate, from Orwell to little Johnny’s weed toaster
A warning was issued last week that high purity coke is available in the UK, so we asked an expert to take us through its effects, step by step.
And watched firsthand how an online drug empire is run.
Ellie Milner's lawyer argued she was naive, but a good person, but that didn't stop a judge handing her a 28-month sentence.
Levi Watson told police that he clearly wasn't a drug dealer because he didn't have any money, then posted a photo of himself in a literal bath of money.
Exploring the business psychology behind: "Got that bang bang sniff, holla."