EDIT: WARNING: If you click on the “Map Dealers” link below, you may get a warning that the site is up to no good, possibly injecting malicious code into your browser. This may be a genuinely malicious site, or maybe the browser companies have been asked by police authorities to warn off potential visitors. I don’t want to take the chance, and if you want to take my advice, I’d say don’t click on it either. Of course the choice is yours. I’m just warning you. So if you do click on the link and your computer is assimilated into the Borg Collective, or if your personal data is stolen, don’t come crying to me about it. I’m not clicking on the link, and I’d suggest you also steer clear of it. But I haven’t taken this page (or the link) down as I believe in freedom – even if that means freedom to screw up big time! You have been warned!!!
There have been online services to help you find local drug dealers for ages. The Silk Road 2.0 was closed down by a joint operation by the FBI, ICE Homeland Security Investigations, and “European law enforcement agencies acting through Europol and Eurojust” last month (Nov 2014) – but meanwhile for more than two and a half years, the Russian Anonymous Marketplace, or RAMP has maintained a thriving business in the Dark Web drug trade, offering one of the Internet’s widest arrays of narcotics to its Russian-speaking clientele.
So, Map Dealers have done some fancy jiggery-pokery so you can locate cannabis dealers on Google Maps!!( Because cannabis dealing is illegal in most places, the “new kid on the block – Map Dealers – are operating via the darkweb and tor. But don’t worry, darkweb and tor are not magical incantations. If you have computer and internet know-how, a bit of reading around the subject should help you install any specialist applications required, as will visiting Tor2web and https://ahmia.fi/address/mapdnzvn7q4esfko It’s worth the effort, if you want to smoke some weed and the only alternative is approaching strangers in a strange town asking to buy illegal drugs! Map Dealers makes it clear that they are not interested in helping dealers of other drugs – theirs is a cannabis-only service. Maybe dealers of other drugs will sneak in, but if/when discovered they will be booted off the system. No dangerous addictive drugs here matey (yes, I know some people believe that cannabis is a dangerous, addictive drug too, but that’s a conversation for another day…).
So, you’re a stranger in a strange land and want to buy some cannabis? Then check out Map Dealers! Or, don’t check it out! Never let it be said that I condone law-breaking…