Interactive Drug Dealer Map

Interactive Drug Dealer Map

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Out The Dealers

Lancaster, OH

#1 Jan 7, 2013
Did anyone hear on the news about the New York Newspaper that published the map of all the registered gun owners? Well, I think someone should post a map that we can post "virtual" pins into show the name and address of all drug activity in the area. As soon as the map starts filling up, we can declare open season.
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#2 Jan 7, 2013
Sounds like a great idea to me!
clicktakeapic

United States

#3 Jan 7, 2013
With all the druggies in this town, you would need a very detailed map!
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#4 Jan 7, 2013
And a very good lawyer...you can't go about libeling someone based upon suspected drug activity.
hair raiser

Novi, MI

#5 Jan 7, 2013
Damn Fuehrer its a joke. You take your self to serious .
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#6 Jan 7, 2013
Not terribly funny if that's the case.
Out The Dealers

Lancaster, OH

#7 Jan 7, 2013
Not suspected activity. Actual drug activity.
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#8 Jan 7, 2013
And that was the point of my post, to determine if you'd be tracking drug arrests, charges, or just hearsay. Either way,you might want to consult an attorney before creating such a site.
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#9 Jan 7, 2013
I still think in general, its a good idea. Kind of like sex offenders drug dealers should have to register their address. Not only to let the public see but it would make it easier for the police to keep track of them.
snipehunter

United States

#10 Jan 7, 2013
Do you know how hard slander is to prove?? "Get a lawyer" hahaha! It's pretty easy to tell a dope house from a house that just has a lot of company! Why would you care? Worried your address will pop up?
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#11 Jan 7, 2013
Yes, yes, I am worried about the 5-0 rolling up on me and my meth lab/heroin slinging operation. It certainly has nothing to do with protecting the reputation/livelihood of innocents.*rolls eyes* Is it really so hard to imagine that some of the folks right here on this very board would resort to falsifying reports about one another just because someone looked at their "baby daddy" funny? Get a new schtick, pleb, that one is played out.

In regard to your assertion that slander is hard to prove, it's not slander, it would be libel (written word). Hard to argue in court when it's right there in print and the website is attached to your IP. There's actually plenty of precedents for such action if you want me to find you links.
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#12 Jan 7, 2013
How do you know anyone on this thread has " baby daddys" and or want to report anyone for no reason. Seems to me they are sick of drug dealers as is most of the decent population in chillicothe.
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#13 Jan 7, 2013
Have*
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#14 Jan 7, 2013
And that's all well and good...I didn't say anyone on this thread would do such a thing. Whether or not anyone HERE would do such a thing is beside the point, I am sure that we ALL know someone who would. You admitted yourself that at least a portion of the population here is 'indecent'.

What I am saying is that if not done correctly, it could open the site owner up to serious legal issues. You wouldn't be able to put up the names/addresses of folks arrested for such offenses until after they'd been tried and convicted, you know,'cause of that pesky innocent until proven guilty thing we have here in the US.
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#15 Jan 7, 2013
I see what your saying it was just the way you stated it that kind of seemed a bit catty. As i said people that are convicted should have to register, i think that would be good in many ways!
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#16 Jan 7, 2013
For how long would you have them register? They decide to turn their life around after doing their time (they're supposed to be rehabilitated, right?) and they can't get a job washing dishes because they are on some sort of list?
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#17 Jan 7, 2013
Hey it was their choice, same as sex offenders.
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#18 Jan 7, 2013
So because they can't get a job, even though they are now "rehabilitated", they return to their old line of work? They start thieving to pay the bills?
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#19 Jan 7, 2013
Not everywhere is not going to hire them because of this, there are felons, sex offenders, ect. that have jobs and pay their bills. If they are truly rehabilitated they will find a job and not take the easy way out doing things illegal.
Der Fuehrer

Lancaster, OH

#20 Jan 7, 2013
You and I have been through this before. It's hard enough for a person without a criminal record to find a job in this economy. It's of benefit to society as a whole that these people transition as smoothly into society as possible.

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