Weed websites lead DEA officials to drug users
Some pot users are heading online and getting more brazen about their use.
Websites for weed will let drug users compare prices of weed around the country. While users think they are anonymous on the site. Police can still track them down. And DEA officials say they are keeping watch.
"We have several investigations into various websites, it's like you have those drug dealers now who used to work in back alleys are now coming into American homes behind these computer screens," said DEA Special Agent Ramona Sanchez.
The DEA says if you're providing information on the web, then you've probably just admitted to breaking the law and agents say they're on top of it so post at your own risk.
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