I'm a Freemason Who Was Born to Sell Drugs
"Depending on my clientele, I can wear different hats: the medicinal purveyor to the friendly neighbor, or the gangster who shouldn't be messed with."
'Cop Spit' Is the Disgusting New Trend In Prisons
With tobacco banned in prisons in 23 states and heavily regulated in the other 27 states, cons are resorting to a new way to get a tobacco hit.
I’m a Mom, I Sell Huge Amounts of Weed, and I Don’t Give a Fuck
“A lot of people think selling cannabis is really easy. It takes a lot of focus when you're working with stoned people.”
I Traveled the World Meeting Drug Dealers. Here’s What I’ve Learned
After being jailed for dealing cocaine, Niko Vorobyov decided to immerse himself in the global drugscape and write a book about it.
An Old-School Dealer Talks About Life in the Modern Weed Trade
"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."
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A College Dealer Explains Why Snapchat Is So Great for Selling Weed
"I serve to some real stoners who I think are in college for the sole purpose of being able to buy pot from me."
Federal Prison Inmates Told Us Why Mueller Totally Blew It
"If there’s still someone out there who don't think that our so-called justice system is a shame, then you high as fuck."
The Horrific Story of a Mob of White Cab Drivers Getting Away with Murder
The tragic 1947 event speaks to America's enduring history of racism and systemic corruption.
The Wild Story of the Real-Life Mobster Who Starred in ‘The Godfather’
Marlon Brando was Gianni Russo's only acting coach. Frank Sinatra was his only singing teacher. He's got tales.
The Affluenza Murder Case That Shocked America 100 Years Ago
The concept that helped Ethan Couch didn't exist yet, but the fact of two justice systems—and some Puritan morality—made for a wild end to a brutal murder case.
What Federal Inmates Are Saying About Paul Manafort Getting Just 47 Months
"Only the non-connected do real time," one told us.
A Former Dannemora Prison Guard Penned a Wild Account of the Famous Escape
After feeling news reports got the story wrong, Charles A. Gardner wanted to tell his insider's tale.