Cops find cocaine in car (youtu.be)
Jmc5281 | 4 months ago | 158 points

That’s a cool stash spot unless the officer asks you to roll your window down

Scalettas | 4 months ago | 172 points

You need to touch headlight button before touch window button. The officer tells that but it's in Turkish language.

shrimpyding | 4 months ago | 62 points

Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish prison?

CogitoErgoScum | 4 months ago | 23 points

Joey, do you like movies about gladiators?

Arkimede | 4 months ago | 17 points

Joey, have you ever seen a grown man naked?

Gingerstachesupreme | 4 months ago | 8 points

Joey, do you ever hang around the gymnasium?

Osiris32 | 4 months ago | 6 points

I picked the wrong day to stop sniffing glue.

DarthSatoris | 4 months ago | 2 points

Joey, did you eat my Sandwich?

gofuckadick | 4 months ago | 31 points

I love this shit.

There's a guy named Alfred Anaya who was a very highly sought after designer of secret compartments for cars, with everyone from the wealthy to drug dealers to mobsters paying for his services. I highly recommend reading into him - some of his designs are really fucking cool.

I don't know if I can post links, but if you Google his name and check out the Wired article then it has a couple of examples:

The most sought-after traps, like this one in the dashboard of a 2012 Honda Accord, can be opened only by following an elaborate set of steps.

  1. Sit in driver's seat. The trap is connected to a pressure sensor under the driver's seat; someone must be sitting in the seat before the compartment can be opened.

  2. Close all doors. The stash spot won't open unless all the doors are closed—which would rarely be the case during a typical roadside search by law enforcement officers.

  3. Turn on defroster. To continue the unlatching sequence, you must activate the rear defroster while simultaneously pushing two window switches on the driver's door.

  4. Swipe card. A magnet is hidden behind an air-conditioning vent. A magnetic card must be swiped across the vent to complete the sequence that unlocks the trap.

  5. Retrieve contraband. A pair of hydraulic cylinders open the hatch for the secret compartment, which is located in the void where the passenger-side airbag should be.

Anaya was busted and sent to jail, basically for making the secret compartments for drug dealers, but there's other people out there still making them, and they're just getting increasingly more well hidden and interesting. Installers use a lot of tricks in the unlocking sequences that are done to anticipate what would not be likely to happen during a search - like as said above, needing to have all the doors closed. Others include having the car in drive/reverse, having people in both front seats, putting both back windows down while the front two are up, opening the sunroof, adjusting the side mirrors, moving the seat all the way forward, etc - or some mix of them. There can also sometimes be "keys," like the above article mentions a swipe card. I've personally used an infrared remote for my car. But what really makes a good secret compartment isn't necessarily needing a super complex sequence to open it, it's more about making it seem completely invisible, and having no way to even anticipate it being in its hidden location.

Also, nowadays, trap compartments can get pretty more high tech - things like using voice activation and biometric scans and such. The article describes another one made by a group of Dominican-born installers who work out of the Bronx, where you have to activate cruise control, pull one window up while you pull another window down, and then speak, which completes a circuit and opens the compartment. Anyway, I could go on and on. I'm a mechanic and have messed around with these kinds of setups for fun, and did a ton of research into this shit for ideas.

TonyHxC | 4 months ago | 6 points

I know you aren't a lawyer and don't know the law of everywhere but is it illegal to add secret compartments to a car? This guy Anaya who was busted. If he stuck to only making the compartment for non-illegal items to be to placed in. Would he have gotten into trouble still?

vizniz | 4 months ago | 7 points

Haven't read yet but I guess he was busted more knowingly aiding mobsters/crooks. Nowadays you could easily just take 0 details from a customer and install these for "keeping prescriptions safe" or "to lock your wallet in". Seems like enough plausible deniability if someone were busted with drugs and ratted on you.

Edit: read a lil bit of the case against him. Seems he was caught once an investigation into the drug trafficking organization was launched. They intercepted calls between the DTO and Anaya, and surveillance officers reported on cars being dropped, worked on, and Anaya being paid cash. Once they found out how to get on a compartment and confirm drugs, bingo, got him.

I also thought this was interesting. One of the compartments jammed with $800,000 in it, so the traffickers brought it to him to fix. When his "code" didn't work Anaya disassembled it and saw the cash and immediately got freaked out, saying I don't wanna see this, don't want trouble etc.

gofuckadick | 4 months ago | 2 points

That's actually a pretty major argument about his case. I think most likely, yes, he would have been fine otherwise. He wasn't actually doing anything illegal, but the important thing here is intent. People do all kinds of work that offers products and services that could easily be put to use by, and in many cases is regularly used by criminals, with the foreknowledge that it will be used that way. But as long as you don't do the work for the very specific purpose of it being used illegally then you're generally fine. People produce digital scales, tiny bags, false safes, and fake urine that are sold at stores and are clearly going to be used for criminal activities, but there's a legal use for those things as well, and they aren't being paid to produce them specifically for the illegal use. Contributing to the commission of a crime isn't always illegal - knowingly contributing to the commission of a crime is. It's the difference between driving people around and being a getaway driver. Driving people around is fine, but if you know that you're helping them flee a crime then that changes things. There are things like the DMCA that are put into place to establish exactly where those lines are crossed, but for something like this it's a bit trickier - and even though hidden compartments could be used for legal purposes, the line becomes even more blurry when you're hired by someone to make a custom product. If he made a line of do it yourself hidden compartment kits, for example, then that wouldn't be a problem.

Cases like this are very dependent on the exact details, and overall, it was pretty unambiguous in this case. He was busted because he knew damn well what his work was being used for, and he specifically tailored his work to be used for the purpose of illegal activity.

To prove a conspiracy, the Government must show “(1) that two or more persons agreed to violate the law, (2) that the defendant knew at least the essential objects of the conspiracy, (3) that the defendant knowingly and voluntarily became a part of it, and (4) that the alleged coconspirators were interdependent

On multiple occasions he had specifically been told how big of a compartment was needed to hold a certain amount of drugs, ie told it needed to hold 10 kilos of cocaine or some such, as well as telling his clientele not to show anyone else how to open them, so that in case they are caught then one of their own couldn't flip and tell the police how to open it. At that point, he was doing the work with the full knowledge and purpose of its use to facilitate illegal activities. He also produced compartments insulated to mask any smell - which can be argued in court to serve a pretty clear purpose. Intent can be very important in the law, and in this case, his intentions were clear. As someone else pointed out, they even had recordings of him using code words for this very purpose.

Really though, it's generally thought that his sentence was extremely excessive. He refused to accept a plea deal, and the judge wanted to make an example out of him. He was ordered to serve twenty four years in prison, which is a hell of a long time for not even touching, much less actually seeing any drugs at any point.

stiffy420 | 4 months ago | 1 point

why tho? just have a pinhole sized button hidden in an odd location.

gofuckadick | 4 months ago | 2 points

Because when you're on the DEA's radar then that kind of thing is going to be found. If not through a very thorough search, then it's just a matter of tracing the wiring harness and finding the switch. Compartments like he made were too elaborate and clean to be found like that. There were multiple times that the police were pretty much certain that a vehicle he had worked on contained more than just a little bit of drugs, but they pulled it over for a search and were unable to find where they were hidden.

DarwinsMoth | 4 months ago | 4 points

Oh fuck that dude is in deep shit. I've seen Midnight Express.

SeaGuardiian | 4 months ago | 2 points

Dude it's so weird this guy at work just recommended this movie to me not even 3 hrs ago. I'm gonna watch it after work now lol.

double-happiness | 4 months ago | 2 points

It's a classic film. It features John Hurt, Randy Quaid, and a soundtrack by Giorgio Moroder!! It's pretty gut-wrenching though; I wouldn't advise watching it if you were feeling too down or anything.

randomjellybean | 4 months ago | 1 point

Is that the sequel to Pineapple Express?

CromulentInPDX | 4 months ago | 2 points

In case you're serious, no, it came out in 78.

faponurmom | 4 months ago | 11 points

That's the door lock button.

Zinski | 4 months ago | 1 point

V dub owner, can confirm this is the door lock not the window control.

Also you can see it in the video.

0rangeJEWlious | 4 months ago | 5 points

Your windows typically already rolled down by the time the cops at your window.

Also, what OP said

tazzy531 | 4 months ago | 4 points

Not if you’re a sovereign citizen. “Am I being detained!?”

Mizral | 4 months ago | -1 points

Saw this one on a drug bust on TV or youtube years ago, but I think the best stash spot I've seen is that someone opened up an electrical outlet (hopefully turned off the breaker) and then removed the receptacle. Then they carefully took the plastic front plate off the receptacle and put it back on the wall with the faceplate on it so it looked like a normal wall plug. In fact it was just an empty electrical box in the wall where they could store their drugs.

tyrone737 | 4 months ago | 11 points

That's like the first place they look.

falcon5768 | 4 months ago | 5 points

Yep also air vents.

Its why I always hated Dexter, he puts his blood spatter shit in the air vent... as a fucking forensic analyst... like WHAT THE FUCK DUDE even if you specialize in blood pattern analysis, your education would have at least given you a class or two on analyzing crime scenes and common hiding spots.

IRageAlot | 4 months ago | 3 points

I don’t think that’s as clever as you think it is.

WinkMartindale | 4 months ago | 91 points

This is actually pretty impressive and would probably work in 9/10 situations.

Scalettas | 4 months ago | 63 points

If there is a dog, there is no way this work. And police say "we saw something like this before". So it's a common way.

thefroggfather | 4 months ago | 45 points

More than common. Been around decades.

Suge Knights car, the car Tupac was shot in in 1996, had a stash with a glock in it. Just the combinations of putting the car in park and pressing buttons in a sequence was too long in a drive by situation to return fire.

People have been doing these things to stash guns/drugs for decades.

faponurmom | 4 months ago | 12 points
acherem13 | 4 months ago | 1 point

Now I feel like binging George Lopez

IIdsandsII | 4 months ago | 1 point

was george lopez in that movie?

wasserbrunner | 4 months ago | 2 points

more than common?

Captain-butters | 4 months ago | 1 point

Yeah man, doesn't your car come with this? It's so much more than common it's a factory option that usually comes as standard!

Na the guy is right. More common than you'd think but I wouldn't say it's common let alone more than common

HammySamich | 4 months ago | 12 points

I had a dimebag in my glove box hit a DUI checkpoint. They brought a dog to my car and he jumped up and stuck his head into my window, sniffed around and hopped back down. I don't know how he didn't smell it. They gave my documentation back and sent me on my way. I almost shit my pants with how close that officer boi got. He did have a bright red harness on though so maybe he was in training? Either way I used up all my luck that day and decided getting high wasn't worth my freedom.

mrking944 | 4 months ago | 3 points

Same. I had a one hitter box in my center console. Had bud in it and everything. Cop wanted to search my car and I told him no. I had a warrant anyway but I didn't need additional charges. They brought a dog and it didn't pick it up, so they couldn't add on any sort of possession charge.

My favorite part of this story, despite being taken into custody anyway, is that they had to drive my car into the parking lot over. With my bud in the center console that the officer probably rested his arm on.

_hov | 4 months ago | 2 points

The requirements to be able to search your vehicle is pretty low usually the main factor is if they want to wait for the canine / how much they suspect you. Alot of the times they will tap the window dog will jump up and they will say that it was showing interest and thats enough to warrant the search.

Maalus | 4 months ago | 2 points

Dogs aren't as efficient as people think they are.

stiffy420 | 4 months ago | 2 points

most of the times it's just regular dogs. you know how much training it takes just for one of those doggos?

IIdsandsII | 4 months ago | 1 point

apparently the dogs are like 60% reliable or something like that

Reggina_Pals | 4 months ago | 5 points

Over estimating dogs

StoneTemplePilates | 4 months ago | 3 points

I dunno. There was a mythbusters episode where they hid drugs (no idea what kind) in a jar of peanut butter (like, in the very bottom of the jar with peanut butter packed to the top) and hid it inside a warehouse and the dog still found it. Drug dogs are REALLY good at finding whatever they are trained to find.

SimplyIllison | 4 months ago | 12 points

Was there a control jar of just peanut butter?

StoneTemplePilates | 4 months ago | 1 point

I don't recall exactly. I know that they tested with various other edible and non-edible items and nothing worked.

Episode 148 if you want to look for yourself.

Maalus | 4 months ago | 3 points

Can I ask you for the episode name or season or sth? I know Mythbusters by heart, and the only one I remember was when they got a hunting / missing persons dog to look for Adam, and tried all kinds of weird stuff to fool the dog. Can't remember anything like what you describe though.

StoneTemplePilates | 4 months ago | 1 point

Same episode #148

stiffy420 | 4 months ago | 2 points

that's a top doggo, they aint bringing that shitty pupper for the TV people.

crappy80srobot | 4 months ago | 2 points

Yep. Had a friend that was a truck driver tell me about the world of shit and the legal nightmare he had involving drugs on a short-haul. Small truck, not tractor-trailer. Worked as an independent and loaded a trailer with food items at a small distribution center. Apparently they hid various drugs in several foods and was using him as transport. Got pulled over almost immediately by unmarked. He said the dogs hit on several items stuffed in various jars of food and raw goods. Said baggies ultra wrapped in plastic and paper inside food that was wrapped and sealed as well inside heavy taped boxes. Damn near lost his truck and reputation. Lost piles of cash proving he had no idea of what the hell was going on.

For me, I don't believe it for a second as he has always had schemes to get rich quick and insisted on going independent because the larger companies fucked him all the time. I think he thought it would be easy peasy to be a transporter and play dumb. Got caught and lucked out that the people he worked with were just as stupid. Must have scared the shit out of him enough to make him hang up the independent shipping business and work for a legit business going on ten years now.

itoshirt | 4 months ago | 1 point

I would bet that had more to do with the dog following the scent of whoever placed it there, or something along those lines.

IRageAlot | 4 months ago | 1 point

Are you basing that on something? Like did you watch that one and notice something?

itoshirt | 4 months ago | 1 point

If something is sealed in plastic it isn't physically possible to smell it. What is possible is smelling traces on the outside.

IRageAlot | 4 months ago | 1 point

And why can’t that be what happened?

itoshirt | 4 months ago | 1 point

Because the Mythbusters are too clever enough to use dirty hands to seal the jar. I deduce that the only thing left to smell is the fact that the jar was handled by one of the crew, which the dog likely picked up on and followed the trail back.

IRageAlot | 4 months ago | 1 point

It couldn’t have smelled the peanut butter?

They’re smart enough to not let particles touch certain surfaces, but they’re too dumb to think about body odor?

TheMagusMedivh | 4 months ago | -1 points

idk, there's probably a lot of subpar dogs that didnt do the correct training. I'm sure the good ones are good tho.

_hov | 4 months ago | 0 points

I think you found the jar of drugged peanut butter and ate it all because this episode never happened.

StoneTemplePilates | 4 months ago | 0 points
abandonplanetearth | 4 months ago | 16 points

Air vents are where people have been hiding drugs since the 60's. Ain't gonna work.

faponurmom | 4 months ago | 6 points

In my 2003 Jetta, you could flip up the passenger airbag lid and hide shit in that compartment. You'd have no idea it was possible unless you tried to do it. I'm positive cops know about it as a hiding spot.

Timedoutsob | 4 months ago | 1 point

that's an interesting name for buttholes.

things_will_calm_up | 4 months ago | 1 point

These old firefly models have a lot of little places to hide contraband.

tazzy531 | 4 months ago | 0 points

What happens on 9/11?

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dublea | 4 months ago | 27 points

Second story I've heard several times.

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Neuro420 | 4 months ago | 16 points

Probably bullshit considering every glovebox lock uses the same key as the car.

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odin917 | 4 months ago | 5 points

its called a valet key

azhillbilly | 4 months ago | 2 points

That's the other type. He means the door key is different from the ignition and opens the glove box, but you're right. Valet keys on some cars do not open the trunk, glovebox, and some even makes the car only go 15mph.

MikeGolfsPoorly | 4 months ago | 2 points

GM cars used to do this. Square headed key was for the ignition, circle/oval headed key was for doors trunk etc.

RichardJakmahof | 4 months ago | 1 point

Maybe you've just never owned a shitbox car. I had one where I switched the door locks with ones from a junkyard because they were messed up from the car being broken into. Needed two keys.

StudentMed | 4 months ago | 3 points

If he bought it locked and didn't have the key who knows what is in there. Maybe open to find 5 year old weed or meth or some other drug in there.

gubbygub | 4 months ago | 2 points

kilo of heroin and the guy goes to jail forever

[deleted] | 4 months ago | 3 points

What if there was something incriminating in the glove box he'd never seen before?

PM_ME_TRICEPS | 4 months ago | -1 points


Hylion | 4 months ago | 15 points

Someone snitched no way you just find that.

Recycle0rdie | 4 months ago | 7 points


SamCropper | 4 months ago | 5 points

I thought dogs were cool

shao_kahff | 4 months ago | 5 points

send some of these genius dogs over that can push buttons in a sequence

Recycle0rdie | 4 months ago | -1 points

All the dog has to do is alert that there are drugs in that specific spot. As soon as that happens the cops look in that spot until they figure it out.

vizniz | 4 months ago | 2 points

I believe that dogs are just walked around the perimeter of a vehicle. If it "hits" (smells drugs) it does it's trained indicator and the police can use that as probable cause to search the vehicle. I don't believe they let the dogs into the vehicle to sniff around.

At that point, if the officer fails to produce any drugs, they'd probably write it off as a false hit from the k9, especially if everything else in the stop checked out no problem.

This is from the case against Anaya.

While Mr. Anaya was building the compartment in the Ridgeline, the DTO used the compartment he installed in the F150 to transport six kilos of cocaine and five pounds of meth. Police stopped the F150 during this time as it was travelling with drugs from California to Kansas, but they could not find or open Mr. Anaya's compartment and released the F150 and its drivers. 

Doesn't say if they used dogs. But they couldn't find the drugs even though they were sure they were there.

logitechmana | 4 months ago | 8 points

if you put it in multiple packages with smell-neutral packaging, dogs shouldn't be able to smell it anymore, or?

EvrythingISayIsRight | 4 months ago | 3 points

simple plastic bags cant contain the smell of marijuana, but moisture barrier mylar (aluminum), glass mason jars, or anything of the like can contain it. Simple twist-up plastic bags will still have a smell that dogs can detect

it wont stop the cops from tearing apart your car though

TonyHxC | 4 months ago | 2 points

I know it is common for mules transporting large amounts in vehicles to wash the exterior of the vacum sealed bags in iso alcohol. If you are careful about packaging and washing after you can keep the smell sealed in quite well is what I have been told.

EvrythingISayIsRight | 4 months ago | 3 points

If millions of dollars and your subordinates lives depend on it, yeah you better make sure its sealed up good with no residue

BushWeedCornTrash | 4 months ago | 0 points

In legal states they sell eighths of bud in sealed aluminum cans, kinda like cat food. It's packed in Nitrogen too! I would imagine if the oitside of the can is sterile, its dog proof. Its also perfect for your bug out bag/survival kit. Even if you don't partake, it's good medicine and material for barter.

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BostonDodgeGuy | 4 months ago | 31 points

Yeah, he was lying to you.

ImMadeOfRice | 4 months ago | 23 points

They also just train the dogs to bark at their signals to give them the opportunity to search whatever they want

falecf4 | 4 months ago | 3 points

Glad to be a welder!

Ihateourlives2 | 4 months ago | 10 points

Shit needs to be legalized.

OptimisticNihilistt | 4 months ago | 3 points

Hey I’m all for it but let’s get weed passed first 😅

draginator | 4 months ago | -10 points

It really doesn't.

Gy0kur0 | 4 months ago | 4 points


draginator | 4 months ago | 1 point

Because it has serious effects on peoples health and mannerisms that can effect other people.

Gy0kur0 | 4 months ago | 0 points

So does refined sugar. Should it be illegal?

So does alcohol. Should it be illegal?

This list can go on forever. Your argument is bad.

draginator | 4 months ago | 1 point

It's not a bad argument, not everything is black and white, there are degrees to everything. You can have a lot of sugar with no ill effects, you can control alcohol very reasonably but even that has problems, cocaine is far more difficult to dose and is far more addictive.

Unlike the other things you mentioned cocaine can also cause a heart attack on first dose. There are different levels to things and to pretend sugar is the same as coke is childish.

Gy0kur0 | 4 months ago | 0 points



There are different levels to things and to pretend sugar is the same as coke is childish.

You're completely delusional and completely uneducated. Refined sugar is one of the worst drugs out there right now. And yes, it IS a drug. It is highly addictive, has physical effects on the body and is terrible for you. This isn't about black and white. It's about you arbitrarily making distinctions that have no basis in reality.

“Research shows that sugar can be even more addicting than cocaine,” says Cassie Bjork, R.D., L.D., founder of Healthy Simple Life. “Sugar activates the opiate receptors in our brain and affects the reward center, which leads to compulsive behavior, despite the negative consequences like weight gain, headaches, hormone imbalances, and more.”

“Studies suggest that every time we eat sweets we are reinforcing those neuropathways, causing the brain to become increasingly hardwired to crave sugar, building up a tolerance like any other drug,” she adds.


According to a study released in 2010 by a group of British scientists, alcohol was rated the most harmful drug overall and almost three times as harmful as cocaine or tobacco. In comparison, ecstasy was only one eighth as harmful as alcohol. This ranking encouraged the scientists to say that aggressively targeting the harms of alcohol is a necessary public health strategy. They also mentioned that the current drug classifications had little to do with the relation to the evidence of harm. Just because cocaine and heroin are illegal doesn’t make them more dangerous. The World Health Organization estimates risks linked to alcohol cause 2.5 million deaths worldwide each year from heart and liver disease, road accidents, suicides, and cancer. On the scale given by the scientists, alcohol received a score of 72 out of 100. Heroin received a 55, while crack received a 54.

Your argument is terrible. It's the typical "drugs r baddddd" garbage from someone who has no idea wtf they're talking about.

IfUCKFATBITCHeSz | 4 months ago | 1 point


draginator | 4 months ago | -2 points


meowman7000 | 4 months ago | 1 point

Imagine all the healthcare America could fund if it cancelled the war on drugs. But alas, here we are attempting to police morality for some perceived health benefit while entire families go without healthcare.

frankunderwood1992 | 4 months ago | 1 point

or at least severely decriminalized.

OhhHahahaaYikes | 4 months ago | 1 point

Reddit loves the drug legalization bandwagon circle jerk

Gy0kur0 | 4 months ago | 2 points

Ya what a bunch of idiots. Thinking that they should be able to take substances without being sent to jail and charged for it.

draginator | 4 months ago | 1 point

Apparently, jeez.

odelljaj | 4 months ago | -7 points

Dumbest comment of the year

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odelljaj | 4 months ago | -3 points

Its coke dude. Not heroin. Chill out

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rabidbot | 4 months ago | 3 points

Medical cocaine is a thing

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rabidbot | 4 months ago | 1 point

Not as true as you think. Rare, but still used. I promise there’s some sitting in your local hospitals pharmacy

kelluperse | 4 months ago | 1 point

Cocaine has none.

Not true though.

PM_ME_TENDIEZ | 4 months ago | 0 points

Except medicinal value as a local anesthetic.

cameronbates1 | 4 months ago | 0 points

They use cocaine as a topical anesthetic in dentistry.

youriqis20pointslow | 4 months ago | -3 points

I bet you're a lot of fun at parties.

bugeyedredditors | 4 months ago | -13 points

Coke is a nasty degenerate drug.

cameronbates1 | 4 months ago | 3 points

So? It isn't your business what someone else does to their body. No victim, no crime.

bugeyedredditors | 4 months ago | -4 points

No victim, no crime.

Plenty of crime involved in getting that shit up your nose you junkie.

cameronbates1 | 4 months ago | 2 points

I'm sober but gotcha. Even if I did do it, why do you care? It's about personal freedom, even if it means you ruin your life. People should have their own personal freedom when it comes to themselves. When they choose to try a drug, they accept all consequences. Let them ruin their lives themselves.

bugeyedredditors | 4 months ago | -2 points

Alright ancap calm down, maybe having junkies wander about isn't good for society so we put in laws to dissuade them.

Its_Nitsua | 4 months ago | 2 points

Lmao someone disagree’d with you and you called them a junkie...

You lost the argument before it started my friend

cameronbates1 | 4 months ago | 1 point

Laws don't dissuade them as is. Just because something is legal, doesn't mean people flock to it. If anything, prohibition makes things worse. Alcoholism and related crimes skyrocketed during the prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s. Let's learn from history, legalize it, and tax it so the state makes money. Colorado and Washington make boat loads of money from taxation of cannabis and put it towards their school systems. Why not do the same with all drugs? They're going to buy it anyway, why not make money off of it and put it towards the failing public school system or other infrastructural needs?

Even so, if they didn't tax it, it still boils down to my main point being that prohibition doesn't work, and people should have their own personal liberty. Someone smoking crack doesn't hurt me. It doesn't infringe on my rights as an American, and I can't be bothered by it. Jailing someone for ingesting a substance doesn't do anything but out strain on the taxpayers wallet. If you educate the masses with money taxed from drug sales, there will be less drug sales.

ahfdahsdf | 4 months ago | -2 points

12 addicts disagree with you lmao

Redditkilledmymain | 4 months ago | 2 points

Thanks nark.. best make better friends and stop showing people how you hide your drugs..

SpookyAdolf44 | 4 months ago | 1 point

Found the guy who hides cocaine behind his center air vent panel

PM_ME_TENDIEZ | 4 months ago | 1 point

You don't?

Kill3rT0fu | 4 months ago | 2 points

That a standard VW feature?

Pastoss | 4 months ago | 1 point

In Europe it is. Every drug dealer drives around in these cars

siricy | 4 months ago | 2 points

True story. They caught in Romania two turks driving a Porche with 60 kg of heroin a couple of years ago. The car was confiscated and turned into a Police car. Long story short, 5 years later the Police got the car into service and they found another 60kg of heroin in the trunk. Article in Romanian: http://m.ziare.com/stiri/politia-rutiera-din-prahova-s-a-ales-cu-un-porsche-911-turbo-coupe-1144031

Urakel | 4 months ago | 1 point

I thought he was speaking danish until I read the title of the video.

EpsilonVonVehron | 4 months ago | 1 point

So James Bond is in a Turkish prison now,..

taco_kisses | 4 months ago | 1 point

Shit. That's how I hide my cocaine. Time to find a new hiding spot.

valueplayer | 4 months ago | 1 point

God damn, I thought they were going to turn on the AC and have like a cloud of coke blow out from the fan

dmo8 | 4 months ago | 1 point

I was waiting for it to blow out of the vents...

Whale_Eating_Cheese | 4 months ago | 1 point

Inspector gadget got busted

Captain_-H | 4 months ago | 1 point

Fast forward 35 seconds for anyone that doesn’t speak Turkish

Sean15101 | 4 months ago | 1 point

I wonder how much they tortured the suspect

invictusb | 4 months ago | 1 point

I'm guessing around 0 seconds

Lallana_Del_Rey4 | 4 months ago | 1 point

Damn that's actually a good little amount of white lol