Perhaps because--and this is what I understand it to be--he was no big deal back in his day. I wasn't around in that day so I can't speak from experience, but a small suburban plaza hash dealer? Dime a dozen for those where I grew up in Scarborough in the 90s.This is why I think it's so incredibly crazy that, if Doug was anywhere near as prolific as it sounds like he was in the 80s, no one thus far has been able to solidify the teenage drug mogul story. The Globe and Mail did their story, which was well reported; Doug did his typical "all lies and I'm going to sue but not really"; and that was essentially it. In the simplest terms: why isn't there so much more on this??