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The Kings Cross Sting

by Jennifer Stone (writer), Australia, July 12, 2012

The Kings Cross Sting goes undercover again exploding the drug scene and giving you a idea of what burns them to be a drug runner and then the problems of getting off the habit.

A marvelous story Blake, regarding a life of a drug user. Going into never before a life story has encompassed with so much passion how the drugs and then how to give them up has taken it’s toll on a life.

When you walk the streets in Kings Cross which I did last night, you see the drug addicts and wonder what their life is like. I have been enlightened to know how hard it is to give up these drugs.

Governments of the day have been working out whether to legalise the substances, yet the hospital’s will still have the problems. Our health system will like never before be in undated. Your story showed how the drugs had been a problem, what steps it took to get off the habit and the trial and tribulations that go along with giving up this toxic of all substances.

Graphic mind blowing evidence, this will be nominated for story of the year within the Newspaper. The Kings Cross Sting series has been on exposing all phases of the drug industry, drug users and drug dealers, even the drug barons.

I know this mission wasn’t easy, we have all been working on this story Undercover in Kings Cross for quite a while. In the Cross Fire we went to the heartland of the drug network within Australia let alone the ability to expose the main syndicate in Kings Cross.

Drugs have been going through this area for some time, really since the essence of Kings Cross existence. Will it ever stop you wonder to think?

No Newspaper, before has done this research of sending people undercover into Kings Cross not just to get to know the addicts, users, drug barons, however to expose the industry like never before.

The Kings Cross Sting Editor in 1975 The Heiress would have been pleased with the work so far to expose this mottle lot that took her life to stop the exposure of the drug network. The Heiress, like others knew too much however it seems people have stayed away from this cutting edge story.

Keep up the good work, enjoy the read. You like me will be blown away by the detail of what happens to a person that loses their way for a time.

I have been looking at the greatest challenge to go undercover to expose the network on drugs. To have the Kings Cross Sting series come to life needed to have the drug user perspective and to illustrate the drug network how it worked. This information became invaluable to the other books within the series.

Blake, didn’t start life as a Journalist or a writer however the way life leads us on different paths. When you enjoy puzzles in business you work on why?

With Blake we put our heads together working out the links between them all. This is indepth undercover work over many years.

The drug industry is like any other business, however it is the links that are put together.


Headache, Mouse turned up. Well at the end of six to eight months of the harassment from Mouse you started to get to know Mouse and the hidden truth that most people forget about. How does someone get to be such a criminal.

Mouse, would feed the unfeedable drugs, with his standover tactics and threats to life.

Were they real, well after so long and the threats became more and more towards looking like becoming real then you wondered why?

His background, where did Mouse really come from. He had his life before we came across Mouse.

Life was going just okay for Mouse many years ago, some of the locals would spin the yarns that many of the people that study alcoholism and drug addiction would like to study.

Case Study Mouse.

Frightening, this thug of a moran man we will dissect, and show his true colours. The Kings Cross Sting it’s symbol is a scorpion, yet for this Mouse he didn’t make the rank.

Steriod manic, walking like a carrot pushed up his ass and his chest pushed out. Shaking the hands of all the security guards along the strip. Well, it wasn’t until I found a pub in the back streets, there I was with the maestro of Kings Cross Mouse himself walked through the door.

Kings Cross, where have the reporters gone, normally they follow the police and the drugs exist. Go undercover and see what information comes up that can push the boundaries of this whole empire.

When countries are talking about allowing one point to be no police charge then this is how the drug industry works in Kings Cross as an example to the Global Drug Commission of how this problem could get out of hand in every country. The drugs are moved one point at a time, sometimes more.

You will get the full story in our up and coming release in the series The Kings Cross Sting.

About the Writer

Jennifer Stone is a writer for BrooWaha. For more information, visit the writer's website.
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