10 Years to Life for Medical Marijuana

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Re: 10 Years to Life for Medical Marijuana

Post by Kinninigan » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:01 pm

And when you goto prison you will have to buy your weed from the prison guards while the state (halibuton) make $48,000 a year on you as a prisoner

Re: 10 Years to Life for Medical Marijuana

Post by Evildweeb » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:22 pm

monica44 wrote:The real crime here is the powers dictating to us what we can cannot do to our own bodies !!!!!

I would have rather have a joint than a pill anyday, The sentence is as or more so harsher than rapists or peadophile's get for really damaging another human....

The law is an ass.... :censored:



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Couldn't have said it any better :cheers:

Re: 10 Years to Life for Medical Marijuana

Post by monica44 » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:20 pm

The real crime here is the powers dictating to us what we can cannot do to our own bodies !!!!!

I would have rather have a joint than a pill anyday, The sentence is as or more so harsher than rapists or peadophile's get for really damaging another human....

The law is an ass.... :censored:

10 Years to Life for Medical Marijuana

Post by Evildweeb » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:00 pm

10 Years to Life for Medical Marijuana: The Trial of Aaron Sandusky



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on Aug 13, 2012 by ReasonTV

"This is a Constitutional battle, and we're going to defend our rights," says Aaron Sandusky, the owner of a medical marijuana dispensary in Upland, California who now faces federal drug trafficking charges even though he was operating within California state law.

Reason.tv first profiled Sandusky in late 2011 in the midst of a federal crackdown on marijuana dispensaries across California, which occurred despite repeated promises from the Obama administration to lay off operators compliant with state law (Incidentally, the city of Upland, which initiated the legal action against G3, admitted in court that Sandusky was operating within state law). During the production of that video, Sandusky's storefront and grow house were raided, his assets seized and his product destroyed. But Sandusky was undeterred and joined a lawsuit with several other dispensary owners, challenging the right of city governments to outright ban dispensaries. After a favorable ruling from an appellate court, Sandusky re-opened, and the city of Upland was powerless to stop him. But the Feds were not happy with this outcome.

Sandusky was arrested and charged with six counts of drug trafficking, some of which could carry a life sentence. He's spent the last seven weeks in a county prison, just awaiting a bond hearing. He finally was granted bail last Friday and is now out on house arrest, where he awaits an October trial to decide his fate. He agreed to sit down with Reason.tv for an interview to discuss his case, the state of medical marijuana in this country, and why this is a cause for which he's willing to risk it all.

"If I have to go to jail for 20 years defending this, then so be it," says Sandusky.

About 6 minutes

Produced by Zach Weissmueller. Camera by Tracy Oppenheimer.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9R7XNPYZ73M

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