Brooklyn man charged with selling methadone to undercover cop at South Station

MBTA Transit Police report arresting William Gwiazda, 33, on charges he went up to an undercover cop at the South Station bus terminal around 7:30 p.m. yesterday, started chatting him up, then offered to sell him some methadone:

Ultimately Gwiazda did indeed sell the detective Methadone, a Controlled Class B substance as defined by Massachusetts General Law. In addition to the methadone Gwiazda sold to the UC he was also in possession of additional Methadone he was offering for sale.

The detective was there because of complaints about drug dealing at the terminal, police say.

Innocent, etc.

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I don't get this...

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Isn't methadone free? Like...can't junkies just go to a methadone clinic anywhere and just ask for it and not pay for it? I thought that was what my income taxes paid for? I have an idea for a new business, I'm going to start selling Dunkin Donuts drinking straws on the black market.

Hey dipshit: What is it about

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Hey dipshit:

What is it about "controlled substance" that you don't understand? Since when does "controlled" equal "free"? And since when does the method of prior acquisition determine the legality of the underlying substance or transaction? Wanna know when? NEVER. That's when.

As an alleged taxpayer, doesn't it offend you that some lowlife gets free taxpayer funded controlled substances then sells them to cops FOR MONEY??

I'm gonna start my own business. I'm gonna rip off every drug dealer in the state then sell the drugs. Because I got the drugs for free it won't be illegal. DERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

You must have gone to harvard.

Since you're apparently too lazy to google it

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No, you can't just walk in and be handed a highly addictive substance and walk out. It's administered as part of an intensive treatment program, and you have to work up to being given take-home doses rather than doses that you take at the center every day. Even when you work up to being able to take home a whole week of doses (enough to get high), you still have to participate in treatment, so you're around professionals and fellow people in recovery who would notice that you were high, and then you lose the take-home privileges.

There are much easier ways to get drugs for the purpose of getting high. Like buying them.

Excellent smackdown of the

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Excellent smackdown of the ignorance of mr. anon. Two thumbs up.