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How the War On Drugs helps Organised Crime


Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP)
The nuts and bolts of police drug policy and action
A network of retired US policemen who believe the present 'War On Drugs' policy works in the interest organised criminals. They also explain how police policy has changed over the years to help organised crime
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition -
Your rights if a cop attempts to search/arrest you. Your rights not to be arrested in the United States. How should you respond when challenged by a police officer? Don't presume he will tell you what your rights are. What you say and do with regard to your excercise of your knowledge of your civil rights can make a big difference.

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  • Abrammoseh#

    Abrammoseh January 11, 2010 6:29:15 PM CET

    CONGRATULATIONS ! ALL OF THIS IS SOUND THINKING!better late than never. This in my opionion would,if passed ,allow an accounting of wealth that is at present hidden, due to the illegal nature of the narcotics trade.

  • Wolfmandave#

    Wolfmandave January 11, 2010 6:28:08 PM CET

    it's about time people woke up!

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