This is especially true for those that are busted-ass broke and just one bad day from having to give their landlord a handjob to stay current on the rent. For some, slinging drugs seems like the most logical step for raking in relatively decent amounts of cash, while others just want to become the next Scarface. Some of these movers-and-shakers figure that as long as they can keep the business small — selling only to close associates —they can rise above the poverty class in a matter of months. It takes years to build the kind of operation that hums along seamlessly without problems erupting at every turn. They will lie, cheat, steal, and even kill to advance their business a little further and, most importantly, stay out of police custody. The thing about selling drugs, regardless of whether it is a small-time operation or one that rivals a large corporation, is that a vast majority of the customers cannot be trusted to keep their mouths shut.
What to Do If the Police Stop You: 6 Steps (with Pictures)
Watch what data you keep on your phone, because this could end up happening to you if the police go rifling through it Photo by Tom Johnson. To be honest, if a GCHQ operative wanted to get into your smartphone, they probably already have. When it comes to digital surveillance, comparing us to the Yanks might still be a bit like comparing Heartbeat to The Wire , but our boys sat in their Doughnut in Cheltenham still know plenty enough to turn your phone data into a prison sentence. And if faceless international spy agencies weren't enough to worry about, now the British police are at it, too. Sure, they're not as technically adept as Her Majesty's army of spooks, and it's harder for them to get away with flagrantly breaking the law, but in an increasing number of cases phones have been confiscated by the cops and then used to incriminate their owners.
So he knows a thing or two about how cops determine who to hassle, and what all of us can do to not be one of those people. It is a legitimately scary book— pages of insight on the many ways police officers profile and harass the people on their beat in an effort to rack up as many arrests as possible. It becomes a game. The question for them is, Who can put the most people in jail?
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