By Deane Barker on September 16, 2004
“It’s something that’s been needed for a long time. I’m trying to level the playing field,” said Bucci, 31, who is fighting marijuana dealing charges that landed him in jail for almost a year thanks to a “heroin junkie and crack addict” snitch, whose stories led the DEA to mount cameras on a pole in front of his house for nine months.Nothing like the Internet to get even with the system. Sadly, when the first person dies because they were outed on this site, Bucci is going to have a civil lawsuit on his hands that dwarves his criminal charges.
“From that I got a deep, deep hate for the system for the way they handle informants. It’s sick. They take these big fish to catch minnows,” said Bucci, a North Shore resident. “The site was designed as just a tool to help people.”