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Source:  BBC

BBC Three program “Stacey Dooley Investigates: Kids Selling Drugs Online” found dealers using social media apps to sell drugs with a few simple taps of a screen.

In the show, Stacey met Corey, from Glasgow, who said he’s been buying ecstasy since he was 12.

“It’s always been online for me,” he claimed,  “It’s mainly through Snapchat and Instagram. You can get them in seconds straight to your door.”

Read the story at the BBC.