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Originally posted by MrWendal
This has been going on for years. When I was 16 years old (many many moons ago) there was an undercover sting operation in a High School I attended in Kansas. It was a drug sting.
I was actually shocked when the arrest came down. These undercover officers got in good with the Students. Hung out with them. Drank with them. Did drugs with them. Even had sex with some of the female students at parties. Then one day, they came in and arrested everyone involved.
Originally posted by homeslice
21 jump street?
[where the original fox series and a lot of others were filmed and produced] hasn't noticed/mentioned it
Originally posted by g146541
Old news, as the police have been doing this FOREVER.
I see nothing wrong with it.....
Here is my question - Why do people find the behavior of law enforcement in this incident problematic while at the same time ignoring the fact the students broke the law? The students made their own choices and in the end got caught. How is that law enforcements problem?
Originally posted by torque
There were drugs in the school. The parents wanted something done to stop it. The school and police took action. I don't see the problem. Best lesson they can learn is that they run the risk of having to take responsibility for their actions.
Originally posted by Nite_wing
We did this 30 years ago and it worked then too.
Since when is selling and using drugs in school "borderline" illegal?