Karim said:I seriously doubt 1 in 17 people at guvernment have enough drugs on them to be considered traffickers.
acheron said:the cops did say that they released a number of people during processing who had amounts considered 'personal use' .. i.e. they weren't interested in them. i.e. if you had one or two pills or a dimebag or something, they prolly confiscated it and sent them on their way.
peko said:technically, it was 180 people, 33 charged = 18.4% not 22%
Karim said:After the raid, there were drugs ALL OVER THE FLOORS AND ON THE TABLES which means that a good chunk of the 117 people got rid of their stashes in time.
. 1 in 17 people got booked with with dealing. I seriously doubt 1 in 17 people at guvernment have enough drugs on them to be considered traffickers.
NemIsis said:And I bet you believe there were tables set up like a flea market right?
Karim said:You're ignoring the fact that there were tons of drugs all over the floors when all was said and done. There's no telling how many were able to get their pockets empty in time, but since the reports say that the floors and tables were covered in drugs, it's fair to assume that a lot of people were able to ditch their stash, making the real % of possession much higher than the 18.4% who were the unlucky ones that got caught.