BRITAIN’S Dumbest Ganja Gang led Police to a massive Cannabis grow in Greater Manchester after making rookie mistakes.
The Cannabis farm or ‘grow’ as it’s known on the street was placed inside a photography store in Bolton, in North West England – only one of the crooks left the blinds open, and an upstairs window in what sources say could have been a ‘cry for help’ or a bitter-ex of a Ganja gangster ‘exposing a set-up’ to hit back at a lover.
The massive drugs set-up worth an estimated £100,000 was mocked on social media after local man posted a photo on Facebook.
He wrote: “Who’s got a grow on above the shop? Need put some blinds up lad.”
The £100k grow was then raided by Greater Manchester Police who claimed to be responsible for the find on social media, only it was local man who helped to expose the dodgy drugs set-up.
GMP Bolton North Division wrote: “Our Neighbourhood Team have spent the afternoon dismantling a cannabis farm from a property on Tonge Moor Road.
“All cannabis will be destroyed and enquiries are on-going to identify those responsible.”
More than 50 cannabis farms have been found in Bolton over the last three years, reported The Bolton News.
Cannabis farming in the UK is not a victimless crime and Ganja Gangsters are linked to illegal immigration, modern slavery, people trafficking, coercion, mental and physical abuse.
Drug farms are often manned by illegal migrants, slave workers or young men hoping to impress bigger thugs in the Drugs and Organised Crime under-world.
They are often paid a pittance for the product that can be worth around £30,000 for a one-room set-up of 15 plants.
Ganja Gang slaves are locked up in residential houses and businesses and are often forced to grow the Class C drug.
An estimated 13,000 people are currently enslaved in the Cannabis growing market in the UK, according to The Guardian.
They stay silent as they are treated as criminals rather than victims by UK Police forces.
Politicalite contacted Greater Manchester Police for comment.