Dealing with friends who don't want to accept that their friend is a narc is nothing new to Expose Narcs. Indeed, we dealt with that same thing when several of Jon Bean's friends decided to heckle us, because Jon Bean wouldn't own up to what he'd done. Eventually, I got tired of dealing with the hecklers, so I asked my tipster if I could post his discovery documentation online. My tipster consented, which is why I posted a response to Jon Bean's friends who had a difficult time accepting the truth.
As I stated in the blog post in which I showed proof that Jon Bean was a narc, I don't want to make a habit of showing everyone my proof. The reason I don't want to post my proof is that such information would make it easy for WANTF to know who supplied me with said proof. The officers of WANTF are known bullies, and it's not reasonable to expect someone who was already victimized by WANTF to go through that sort of treatment again, so I respect the privacy of my tipsters.
Let me give you an example of what I'm talking about. Suppose Randy Rat narc'd on 3 people: Courteous Cody, Diplomatic Dan, and Friendly Frank. Further suppose that Randy Rat set up Courteous Cody in the Publix parking lot on October 15 at 2:00 PM, Diplomatic Dan in the Little Italy parking lot on October 20 at 4:00 PM, and Friendly Frank in the Publix Parking lot on October 31 at 2:00 PM. If Diplomatic Dan sends me his discovery paperwork, and the paperwork says that Randy Rat met with his supplier in the Little Italy parking lot on October 20 at 4:00 PM, then WANTF is going to know who tipped me off. I'm not going to subject my tipsters -- who have already been through a lot at the hands of WANTF -- to unnecessary heat.
In addition to the proof that was submitted to me, I can give you this information about Blake Smith (this information came from sworn testimony of the WANTF officers involved with the case):
On April 1, 2016, WANTF came to Blake Smith's apartment (they did a "knock and talk," but they did not have a warrant). The officers of WANTF told Blake Smith that they were investigating him for drugs. Then, the officers of WANTF shook him down for money (those sons of bitches really do that). Blake Smith told the officers that he had $850 from selling marijuana, and the officers took his $850.
Shortly after Blake Smith's April 1, 2016 incident, someone was arrested for drugs, and that person sent us the required discovery paperwork, proving that Blake Smith was the narc.
It's never easy to accept that a friend of yours is a narc, but WANTF does a good job of scaring the shit out of people, and making them do things that you wouldn't expect them to do. Unfortunately, the truth isn't always easy to accept, and I know that it sucks to have the knowledge that a friend is a narc, but I can't compromise my integrity and give people a pass; otherwise, the site will start to lose credibility.
Rest assured that, if someone is listed on this site as a confirmed narc, then you can take that to the bank. That will always be the case, because we will never sacrifice our integrity.