In just 7 short months, Expose Narcs has managed to get 7 confirmed narcs and 9 people of interest. Two of our people of interest are close to being moved to the Confirmed Narcs page, so stay tuned!
Today, I saw a Snapchat Story in which someone had a text conversation with another person, who was listed on the phone as "alisonhingle" (stylized exactly as I presented it). Now, Alison Hingle is listed on this site as a person of interest, but she is not a confirmed narc.
The person who had the conversation with "alisonhingle" was recently busted for drugs and he was upset at "alisonhingle" for setting him up (understandably so). For what it's worth, "alisonhingle" appeared to be upfront with what she'd done. Based on the text exchange, it appears that the person who narc'd on "alisonhingle" got her with what's known as a "reverse buy" (a "reverse buy" could be more accurately described as a "controlled sale," because the narcotics task force is busting the buyer -- not the seller -- of drugs in that scenario, which is an especially repugnant tactic used by WANTF, since it is evidence that WANTF is not interested in getting the drug dealers off the streets -- WANTF is merely interested in getting as many drug busts as possible).
Additionally, "alisonhingle" said that she used her phone to record the events that led to her victim's drug bust. "alisonhingle" appeared to have some feelings of guilt; however, she also -- based on her text messages -- seemed to think that narc'ing is just what you have to do when you get busted, so she didn't feel too guilty about what she'd done. Indeed, "alisonhingle's" exact word were:
"... I didn't opt to snitch it was the only option I was given[.]"
Well, "alisonhingle," you did opt to snitch -- you were given two options:
1) snitch (and inflict the same punishment that you are trying to avoid onto others)
2) get arrested
What exactly did "alisonhingle" expect? That there's a magical third option in which she doesn't have to narc or get arrested? You all should keep in mind that, if "alisonhingle" is the same Alison Hingle who's listed on our People of Interest page, then she decided to narc because she had 10 grams of marijuana -- a misdemeanor. It's a very low-character move to become a narc (and have others charged with felonies) over a misdemeanor.