snitch on

snitch on someone

to tattle on someone. You wouldn't snitch on me, would you? Timmy snitched on his older brother.
See also: on, snitch

snitch on

v.
To disclose incriminating information about someone: She snitched on the coworker who had been stealing petty cash. He snitched on his little brother for breaking the vase.
See also: on, snitch
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The kid went to court and he didn't have any drug traffickers to snitch on and even his own defence lawyer says 'Is there anybody you want to help set up?
You all best hope I don't bust case because people will be in trouble and you will never snitch on anyone again, I promise you that.
BY THE TIME "Stop Snitchin'" hit mainstream awareness last year--with a memorable moment when the rapper Cam'ron told Anderson Cooper that he wouldn't even snitch on a serial killer next door--the slogan and subculture phenomenon of T-shirts, music video references and DVDs had become easy for pundits to tut-tut as irresponsible and dangerous, a street-life rebellious pose that smacked of witness intimidation.
Brown does a respectable job of building a clear-eyed case against the use of informants, and sentencing policies and enforcement practices that have created a situation where low-level dealers snitch on each other to get reduced sentences and prisons overflow with people of color, all the while having no impact on the drug trade.
As part of this agreement, Market Simple has been granted a license under which it will begin publishing the first edition of San Diego Snitch on March 31, 2004.