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At every single correctional facility in the US, a drug network something like the one I’m about to outline operates and prospers. Take it from me—I was recently released from federal prison after spending 21 years of my life inside. While you may read about the drug smuggling...
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How to Run a Drug Dealing Network in Prison

Lunes 8 de diciembre de 2014 (15/12/14)
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At every single correctional facility in the US, a drug network something like the one I’m about to outline operates and prospers. Take it from me—I was recently released from federal prison after spending 21 years of my life inside.

While you may read about the drug smuggling ventures that are busted, you’re unlikely to hear so often about the operations that are successful. To help explain one of these systems, I got in touch with a man I’ll call “Divine.” He’s a black, 50-something, very suave type of hustler, clean cut and ripped up from working out. A native New Yorker, his prowess as a drug dealer is even celebrated in hip-hop’s lyrical lore. He is now doing life in the feds. But his occupation in prison brings him money and power, and the all-important prestige of being The Man. He agreed to anonymously break down how it all works for Substance.com.

“I have been getting drugs into the BOP [federal Bureau of Prisons] since the ‘80s,” Divine tells me. A career criminal, he has already done several bids in the feds and has been doing time since he was in his early 20s.

Every time he got out, he would go right back to his trade on the streets of New York. Eventually he would get violated or catch a new case, leading him to continue his vocation in prison, where he has become a top-class operator: He has never once been caught for his illicit activities inside the belly of the beast.

“Whenever I hit a compound, the first thing I do is see who has what going on,” Divine says. “If there is an established structure, I just tap into it. If not, I create my own from the ground up. It’s not that hard.”

Illegal drugs are the number one contraband item and commodity in every correctional facility. Dudes in prison, where isolation, boredom and stress are rife, will sell their souls to feed their addictions, and men like Divine play on that hunger.

Finding mules to bring the drugs in is the first order of business.

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