Interview with a drug seller

We had to change the name of this guy, as revealing his identity on this blog could get him into serious trouble.

We met Timothy L. Lacey, 25 years old, born and raced in Detroit at local Starbucks.

CI:
Hi Timothy great to see you. How are you doing?

Timothy:
I am ok.

CI:
What happened that made you decide to sell drugs?

Timothy:
Like most guys in my neighborhood I just could not afford to go to university and working for $7 an hour is just not my thing. I joined the gang life when I was 15. I started selling drugs with 16. I am pretty good now. I know how to avoid cops and make sure I not get arrested.
(Smiling) Some pretty cute girls just cannot afford to buy meth and s**t like that so they pay me with sexual favors. I am loving it.

CI:
Do you take drugs by yourself?

Timothy:
Normally I don’t. Drugs just f**k up your brain.

CI:
Do enjoy being part of a gang?


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Timothy:
Well it’s good and bad. Somehow I like it, at the same time I just want to escape. As long as you play by the rules you will be save from your own gang. The only things really making my life danger are rival gangs. People are killed all the time. Joining a gang is easy, escaping a gang and starting over is virtually impossible.

CI:
What would happen if would leave your gang life behind you?

Timothy:
They would hunt me down and kill me. I just know too much. It’s pretty fu**ed up. The only way how I could escape is changing my identity and starting over somewhere far away in some exotic country. Like Brazil or Thailand.

CI:
So you want to start over?

Timothy:
Yes I want to get a new identity and start over. I am just so sick of seeing young people die every day.

CI:
How much money you make selling drugs?

Timothy:
Normally I make around $20 to 30K a month. I try to save some money, but it’s not easy.

CI:
Did you ever kill somebody?

Timothy:
Almost, I shot at a guy into his left foot. He tried to sell drugs in my neighborhood. Such a stupid mother**** .

CI:
Are you scared of prison?

Timothy:
Yes I am. Prison sucks. I have been incarcerated before. It’s a nightmare. I could never go back there. That’s why I want to stop what I am doing. I too scared to lose my freedom. I know if they arrest me, I would go behind bars for at least 20 years. It would destroy my life. I really need to get a new identity and start over. I have the feeling time is running out. Sometime I have nightmares where I dream of being arrested. I see my last chance in changing my identity and moving to a place far away.

CI:
Thank you for your interview.

6 months after this interview took place we received a post card (yes they still exist) from Cambodia. Let’s hope he will not start selling drugs in Cambodia as well. There he could face the death penalty. However, he seems to do well with his new identity in that foreign exotic land.

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