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YES, THE LOCAL MINI MART IS SELLING CRACK PIPES.
SOME ARE SELLING CRACK.  THEY JUST DON'T BUY FOOD STAMPS ANY MORE

Upper Left: Crack smoking kits under the counter at Mobil Mini Mart, 4601 Verona Road.  Middle: Citgo Mini Mart at 3505 E. Washington, framed by images of the Choreboy box at eye level at the front door and the rose tube pipes on the counter at the cash register.  Both are Bulk Petroleum stations and are operated by SI Petroleum, 1 S. Pinkney, Madison, WI.
The store above is applying for a beer sales permit ion June 16, 2004.  EMail the Alcohol Control Board with your two cents worth: jboyd@cityofmadison.com



HITS OF BULK CRACK


"IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE IT IN PRINT, DON'T LET IT HAPPEN"
Daily Iowan motto

As a matter of fact, we do have the right to take your picture if you are news.
Deal with it.

As Bugs Bunny once said in a commercial (yes) "There's nothing wrong with sharing a carrot with a few pals before the big show, but stay away from the hard stuff."

The War On Drugs has been an historical disaster.  This isn't about drugs at all.

This is a quality of life issue.  We live in strange times.  We're just sick of idiots who think that we are going to sit by while they chase each other around with guns.

We publish all threats and can't be bribed.  Any cops that don't close down a crack house will look silly if we keep running the photo evidence that it's happening.
Deal with that too.

Narco News survived attempts to close them down after they ran pictures of cocaine smugglers at the president of CitiBanks beach house. 

There are people in Britain taking pictures of junkies shooting up in their streets.  The St Paul police runs the pictures of street hookers and johns.

This is where we begin to connect all the dots.

We are proud to announce that anyone dealing  in DEATH DRUGS is fair game to have their picture posted on the internet.


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4702 Verona Road, Madison, WI
Multiple witnesses allege the clerks at this Bulk Petroleum store have sold crack over the counter.  The clerk will eagerly sell you a rose tube to suck on.


Times photo: Patty Yablonski

By SHARON TUBBS St. Petersburg Times, Aug 10,2001

The glass tubes with tiny roses seem innocuous, a chintzy gift sold at convenience store counters, but for some buyers they have a darker purpose.
READ THE FULL STORY WITH RECENT UPDATE

The Gateway to Allied Drive

4601 Verona Rd, crack kits behind the counter.
SHADY DEALINGS, TOP TO BOTTOM
It would be insulting for Bulk Petroleum to deny they were consciously promoting the crack culture.  Here is the evidence.   Don't whine to us, fix it.  We should lovingly help them see why this is unacceptable.  Or they can be out of business and we'll buy stuff from somebody else.
Bulk Dirt

It's a National Campaign
to stop Mini Marts from
Promoting
Death Drugs

"...Chicago banned the sale of the rose tubes.  ...  St. Petersburg Fla., police arrested 14 store owners, managers and clerks in an undercover investigation dubbed "Operation Rose." ... Michigan lawmakers added rose tubes on the state's drug-paraphernalia list.   ...   Two district attorneys in Milwaukee successfully lobbied merchants to stop stocking them.   ...    Activists in the Seattle area flooded merchants with complaints late last year.   ...    The $1.49 roses sell quickly at the Citgo Quik Mart, 4028 E. 14th St. (Des Moines)...

...Corporate spokeswoman Kate Robbins said Citgo does not condone the sale of the product. Robbins said the petroleum giant's retail stores are either privately owned or controlled by a company that purchases gas from Citgo....

...Bulk Petroleum Corp., a Wisconsin firm, owns the Citgo store on East 14th Street. Bulk Petroleum owner Darshan Dhaliwal said his company only supplies the gasoline. Store managers make their own decision on what's sold inside stores, he said." We aren't buying it.  You won't either after reading the full 
DES MOINES REGISTER STORY
of 06/11/2003  By TIM PALUCH

Middle Tennessee News & Information, Saturday, 04/03/04
Metro police zero in
on drug paraphernalia sales


4601 Verona Rd, Madison, WI
"Since January, undercover Metro police officers have been visiting Nashville convenience stores and buying fake roses in glass tubes items commonly used for smoking crack.... 
The fact the roses were being sold with Chore Boy pads or shreds from them showed that the clerks knew what the intended use was   ...   .. The roses and scrubbing pads usually were kept behind the counter and had to be requested  ...  The rose, Chore Boy and a lighter often were sold together for $3-$5."

READ THE FULL STORY  

Bulk Petroleum Swallows
Hundreds more Mini Marts

HOOVER'S ONLINE, May 25, 2004, 10:46pm ET - US, Markets Closed

Want a smoke, a Coke, or a tank of gas?  Better hurry because Kiel Bros. Oil is closing up shop. The company has agreed to sell substantially all of its 200-plus convenience stores in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio, as well as its wholesale petroleum business to Wisconsin-based Bulk Petroleum Corp.

Kiel Bros. Stores operate primarily under the Tobacco Road banner, but also the Kiel Brothers Oil and Pick & Pump names.  Through franchise agreements, the stores use the gasoline brands of BP, Marathon, and various independent companies.  Kiel Bros. is a family-owned business founded in 1941. The company sold its lubricating oil business to MP Oil in 1999.  Kiel Bros. reported $396 million dollars of revenue in 2003.

COMING ATTRACTIONS:

HOW COCAINE DISABLES THE MAMMAL BRAIN
Scientists have recently recorded the action of cocaine turning off the moral centers in the human brain.   Is that what David Icke means about reptiles?  Is this a devolutionary leap? Do their tails grow back?  Will the X-Men accept them?

Crack turf in Madison. 
S
ome reclamation and next month's problem addresses.
1811 Baird
.  (right) This has been serious crack supplier for the Penn Park neighborhood for some time now


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Crack Pipes 101
From: a cop

Date: 09 Feb 2004
Time: 01:46:17 -0700
Remote Name: 64.12.96.238

I am a cop in SE Texas in the Houston area...    I have six years experience during which I have worked in patrol, vice & street level narcotics, and currently work as a detective investigating property crime...   I estimate that 85% of all burglaries and thefts I investigate were committed by crack heads...  The passion rose glass tubes at your local convenience store are the most common crack pipe used,  followed closely by different colored chrome cylinders...   Most crack heads will then buy choreboy and rip strands away and form it into a wad and then position it in end of the pipe for use as a filter...   It is then replaced after repeated use mainly for taste...  The crack rock is then mashed into the wad of choreboy from the bottom or from the top dropping the rock down into the pipe where it then comes to rest on top of the wad of choreboy. 
This is what makes the most common crack pipe.


"All the police can't find the drug dealers and your kid can score in a half hour?"
Dick Gregory

MICHIGAN LIVE
Monday, 10 December 2001 @ 18:50:57 EST
Store clerk refuses to
sell 'Love Roses' to crackheads, gets canned

They were short glass tubes with a paper flower inside...

Addison, 49, of Flint said she knew the items were nothing more than thinly veiled crack pipes, but she sold them anyway because that was her job.

But that changed a few days after she read an Aug. 26 Flint Journal article about police seizing alleged crack pipes from area stores.

When she told her manager the store might be breaking the law by selling the love roses, Addison said her manager agreed to move the items under the counter.

It wasn't enough for Addison, who said she refused to sell them on her shift. Her stand left her unemployed and unapologetic 


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