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Originally posted by DrumsRfun
If its illegal money then how can they say it in forbes magazine like it actually counts??It is not legitimate so why even count it?
Originally posted by 30 Seconds
whats wrong with being a street pharmacist? "stoop to being a drug peddler" ...... weak. comment.
Originally posted by Sendran
We've had this in the UK. Curtis Warren has appeared in the Times Rich List for his fortune, through dealing drugs.
There's people like him everywhere. How they are not caught driving their Mercedes C63 at the ripe old age of 22 is beyond me. The law needs to be changed. Give the police their due, they are now starting to pull over these vehicles and ask for proof of supporting income. But the sunbeds, bouncy castle hire, taxiis and car valeting vans can show that...
Why bother working or studying when you can make a fortune from coc aine or marijuana? Fiesta, or BMW M3 convertible? Hmmm, I wonder why these guys do it...
The profits are incredible, at every step of the way, but if you bring it in and sell at the street, the money made is astronomical. A kilogram of coc aine from source is ridiculously cheap. A few hundred dollars can turn into £200k. That's just ONE kilogram.
Now imagine having a tonne.