The comment below is one that I received on September 8.
Also, I didn't get myself into trouble -- my legal defense is entrapment, and in this country, we are innocent until proven guilty. I will not accept any plea bargain -- I'm fully prepared to go to trial if my charges are not dismissed. That being the case, the author of the comment above should reserve judgment until after my case has concluded.
The fact of the matter is that these "poor young kids" deserve to be shunned because they opted to take the easy way out by getting other people into trouble (and sometimes, manufacturing crimes against their victims).
I'm not making any money? I won't even comment on that, other than to say that those who know me (or know of me) will get a kick out of that statement.
Clearly, the commenter doesn't understand what a narc does. Narcs don't snitch out of a sense of righteousness -- they snitch to get themselves out of trouble (usually). It is true that there are some narcs who snitch because they believe that what they are doing is right, not because they are trying to work off criminal charges (or they are career criminals who earn extra money by serving as confidential informants), but those narcs are in the minority. The overwhelming majority of narcs are trying to work off their own criminal charges by getting other people into trouble with the law, and it's very clear that this site is focusing on those narcs. The commenter above is guilty of the Straw Man Fallacy.
The commenter also mentioned drug dealers lacing their products with harmful additives, which does happen, but the commenter obviously hasn't stopped to consider why that happens. If drugs were legal (or even decriminalized), then they would be much less expensive, and much less dangerous. The very fact that drugs are illegal means that only criminals are involved with drugs -- if you remove the criminal element from drugs, then you'll also remove most the harm caused by drugs.
The commenter in that least comment is just plain stupid.