Chalk up another sterling success in the War on Drugs. A group of brave, young undercover officers are making our schools safe!
(Alternet) — Last year in three high schools in Florida, several undercover police officers posed as students. The undercover cops went to classes, became Facebook friends and flirted with the other students. One 18-year-old honor student named Justin fell in love with an attractive 25-year-old undercover cop after spending weeks sharing stories about their lives, texting and flirting with each other.
The cop posed as stoner and set about pestering Justin for some evil weed, day after day after day, and even though he didn’t smoke it, he eventually found her what sounds like a quarter ounce or less. She tried to pay him 25 bucks but he refused, saying it was a gift. Oh yeah, you know what happened next.
Cops, no doubt some of them strapped down in cool black leather like Dawg the Bounty hunter, went kicking down doors with guns drawn and arrested a bunch of kids including Justin. He spent a week in jail and now has a felony record; if he wasn’t a drug dealer before, that may be one of the few viable careers still available for him. Didn’t there used to be something called entrapment, where cops couldn’t create a crime and then arrest anyone who responded to their overture? I guess that was in then and this is now, where the War on Drugs supersedes pesky things like precedent and the Bill of Rights.
Yes, this little coptress can so very, very proud, she has ruined the life of at least one young person, kept him off the street for a full week, created new clients for the always hungry private prison bidness, and saved future students from the misery of getting hit up for a couple of joints by a nice looking drug whore. Can you imagine what might have happened had she not acted? The horror, the horror …