drug-dealing

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A Uni Dealer Explains Why Snapchat Is So Great for Selling Weed

"I serve to some real stoners who I think are at uni for the sole purpose of being able to buy pot from me."
Seth Ferranti
6.28.19
Drugs

This Must Be the Weirdest Reason Drug Dealers Have Been Let Off

Do well enough in your English class and you might be in with a chance of judicial leniency.
Daisy Schofield
1.4.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Mum Allegedly Let Her 15-Year-Old Run an Illegal Pot Shop from Her Bedroom

She might have taken the "cool mum" thing a little too far.
Drew Schwartz
8.22.18
Drugs

How Mobile Phones Changed Drug Dealing

This is how your mum and dad used to get their pills.
Paulie Doyle
8.17.18
Narcomania

How Drug Dealing Gangs Are Taking Over the Countryside

We took a trip to the Essex borough of Thurrock to see how the housing crisis and the "going country" phenomenon is affecting Britain's towns and villages.
Max Daly
5.23.18
crime

What Would Drug Dealers Do If All Drugs Were Legalised?

In a UK where legal narcotics were tightly regulated, would former dealers move into other areas of crime, or pack it all in?
Nick Chester
7.22.17
Drugs

How Muslim Drug Dealers Square Their Job with Their Faith

We spoke to a criminologist who spent four years hanging out with young British-Pakistani dealers in Bradford.
Max Daly
2.23.17
News

Stories of Christmas Behind Bars

British prisoners told us that spending the festive season locked up is getting worse and worse.
Anonymous
12.24.16
Narcomania

​VICE INVESTIGATION: The Inside Story of London Drug Dealers 'Going Country'

More and more, city gangs are sending young runners out into the sticks to sell crack and heroin. We spoke to dealers, sex workers and police to get a better understanding of how the whole thing works.
Max Daly
11.24.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The UK Is the European Leader in Deep Web Drug Deals

We're second only to America when it comes to buying our bits online.
Carlton Férment
8.10.16
BRITAIN = ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

British Ex-Criminals Who Hid Out in Europe Told Us What They Think of the EU Referendum

We asked former crims why they chose the locations they chose as bases for committing crime, and if they were motivated by any of the factors the anti-EU brigade say will result in Britain being swamped with ne'er-do-wells.
Nick Chester
6.6.16
Stuff

Why We're In the 'Golden Age' of Selling Weed, According to Dealers

In US states where weed is popular and partially decriminalised, its illegal status means profit margins are high – good news for dealers.
Zach Sokol
4.17.16
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