Who’s on Instagram out there? Yeah, us too. Shameful as it is, we can’t help but smile when we get likes as well. It’s a nice little bonus, but not something we’d risk our whole lives for. Not like the idiot drug dealers here. A whole bunch of them were taken down by the Drug Enforcement Agency after they decided to get on Instagram and sniff around. Follow the breadcrumb trail… And it worked. Boy, did it work…
The DEA teamed up with the FBI And decided to pour over some Instagram accounts after they found out that lots of drug dealers post photos of their merchandise. Along with bragging comments. Like the guy who boasted he’d never get caught by the feds… And then geo-tagged his drug warehouse for them to see!
The DEA and FBI carried out over 200 separate sting operations after gathering their intelligence online. They arrested more than 350 dealers.
They seized $2 million in cash, $500,000 in stolen goods, 50lbs of coke, 400 cannabis plants and 300lbs of harvested weed.
Just look at the kind of photographs that these douchebags were posting… It’s incredible!
‘NanoBest’, aka 26 year-old Matthew Best, a Brooklyn rapper, posted a whole bunch of incriminating pictures…
C’mon… This dude’s actually posted a damn menu!
A pretty good haul for the feds…
Who knew that social media marketing was such a big thing in the drug-dealing world?!
Criminals do the dumbest things, huh?