12 Comments
Posted by InnerVenom123

Not shocking.

Posted by turoksonofstone
@InnerVenom123 said:

Not shocking.

Really? I had no Idea it worked this way..
Posted by InnerVenom123

@turoksonofstone said:

@InnerVenom123 said:

Not shocking.

Really? I had no Idea it worked this way..

Neither did I, but it's not surprising that it does.

Posted by turoksonofstone

  

    
Edited by _slim_

They ain't throw me in jail (thank god)...got a ticket tho lol

Posted by gravitypress

Just another step on the ladder of needed reform.

Posted by I'maDC/ImageGuy!

@InnerVenom123:

Agreed. How else corporations are going to get their money.

Posted by Roddy010

@InnerVenom123 said:

Not shocking.

I second this....

Posted by FadeToBlackBolt

Police profit from arrests pertaining to illegal substances? What's wrong with that?

Posted by Nefarious

Cool story, bro.

Posted by cyberninja

F*cking pigs.

Posted by hydrabob--defunct

@FadeToBlackBolt said:

Police profit from arrests pertaining to illegal substances? What's wrong with that?

It makes them put more of their resources into finding these narcotics, that could be used to help people of other offenses that are much more harmful to innocent people. Where with drug possession it's a victim less crime.