NORML's Weekly News Bulletin -- December 4, 2003

NORML's Weekly News Bulletin -- December 4, 2003
Posted by CN Staff on December 04, 2003 at 13:26:51 PT
Weekly Press Release
Source: NORML
 Congressman Says Federally Subsidized Transit Agencies Can't Accept Ads From Groups Backing Marijuana Law Reform December 4, 2003 - Washington, DC, USAWashington, DC: House Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee chairman Ernest Istook (R-Okla) this week added language to a federal transportation appropriations bill barring federally subsidized transit agencies from giving ad space to organizations that endorse marijuana law reform, including the legalization of medicinal marijuana.
The language states that federal funds will not be available if a transit agency "is involved directly or indirectly with any activity ... that promotes the legalization or medical use" of marijuana or other illegal drugs. Istook's provision is in response to a decision made earlier this year by Washington, DC Metro to run public service announcements on public busses calling for legalizing and taxing marijuana. The ads were sponsored by the Massachusetts based group Change the Climate.NORML Foundation Executive Director Allen St. Pierre called Istook's actions 'a frightening example of blatant government censorship.' For more information, please contact Allen St. Pierre of the NORML Foundation at (202) 483-8751.DL: CNN Crossfire - Marijuana Ad Ad On Metro Infuriates Lawmaker's Pro-Pot Ads Get Attention On Hill Group Given Free Ad Space Pot Detection In Hair Test Not Significantly Influenced By Hair Color, Study Says December 4, 2003 - Tampa, FL, USATampa, FL: Hair color plays little role in determining whether an individual will test positive for marijuana on a hair test, according to the findings of a study published in the December 12, 2003 issue of the journal Life Sciences.A researcher at the University of South Florida Department of Criminology analyzed nearly 4,000 hair specimens that had previously tested positive for THC. "Analysis of variance color categorization by THC concentration shows that THC concentration does not have a significant association with hair color and therefore does not have a demonstrable 'color effect,' the study concluded.The findings differ from those of previous studies that have shown that melanin in hair appears to play a binding role for some commonly detected drugs.According to a previous study published in January, THC concentrations in hair decline rapidly when exposed to high humidity levels. For more information, please contact Paul Armentano, Senior Policy Analyst of The NORML Foundation, at (202) 483-8751. Abstracts of the study, entitled "Assessing the potential of a 'color effect' for hair analysis of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol: Analysis of a large sample of hair specimens," are available online at the Life Sciences homepage at: NORML Foundation (DC)Published: December 4, 2003Copyright: 2003 NORML Contact: norml Website:'s Weekly News Bulletin -- Nov. 26, 2003's Weekly News Bulletin -- Nov. 20, 2003's Weekly News Bulletin -- Nov. 13, 2003
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Comment #23 posted by The GCW on December 10, 2003 at 07:43:54 PT
Related LTE: 
US DC: PUB LTE: Overworked About An Ad On The MetroURL:
Newshawk: End Marijuana Prohibition:
 Pubdate: Tue, 09 Dec 2003
Source: Washington Post (DC)
Copyright: 2003 The Washington Post Company
Contact: letters
Author: Thomas L. Schwartz
Bookmark: (Cannabis)OVERWORKED ABOUT AN AD ON THE METRO If Rep. Ernest J. Istook Jr. ( R-Okla. ) was incensed about poverty, injustice and other important issues facing this country instead of grinding his teeth about an ad on Metro ["Marijuana Ad on Metro Infuriates Lawmaker," Metro, Dec. 3], the country and his constituents would be better off. Further, his press secretary is wrong about Metro promoting an "illegal activity." The ad doesn't say to grow, sell, buy or use marijuana -- activities that would be illegal. The ad asks people to lobby for legalization and taxation of marijuana, both processes that continue to be legal in the United States. THOMAS L. SCHWARZ Burke 
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Comment #22 posted by jose melendez on December 05, 2003 at 06:54:57 PT
How about Cheney / Ashcroft?
Just kidding. The annual official survey of illicit drug use in England and Wales also shows that the government's announcement that it intends to relax the laws on cannabis has not led, as some predicted, to an increase in its use. More here:
Secret Service(s)
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Comment #21 posted by darwin on December 05, 2003 at 06:37:18 PT
Kush/Clark...never happen
Clark is still part of the insider Democrats. Kush is not. They are diametrically opposed and would not cooperate.
Maybe Robert Kennedy Jr. would be his running mate? He's a very good environmental activist.I think we'll see a Dean/Clark ticket, which would probably have a very good shot at winning. Dean is far enogh to the left that the Greens would probably not bother. But if anyone besides Dean or Kush get the nomination, I think we'll see the Greens again. Kush/Nader would be very exciting and would make a true 3 party race. Unfortunatley, that would probably lock up a Bush re-election. We need another Ross Perot to pull Republican votes. How about Ventura/Kush on an independant ticket? That would pull votes from both sides.
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Comment #20 posted by Virgil on December 04, 2003 at 23:42:57 PT
Oh how happy you have made me!
The decision by Kucinich to regulate cannabis like alcohol is a monumental event. It changes the complete dynamics of everything. But it gives us a voice to magnify by adding our own. I will have to get my Kucinich bumpersticker immediately. I have no intention of joining the Democratic Party but I will actively campaign for Dennis as a volunteer if they accept Extremist. Kucinich is the only one to pass the litmus test on the least acceptable definition of freedom for me.This is absolutely huge and I put it up at Hempcity and Democratic Underground. Tomorrow I will do a couple of more websites.
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Comment #19 posted by FoM on December 04, 2003 at 22:48:40 PT
Nuevo Mexican 
I am really sorry I missed the third article. I bookmark the site where they have their press releases and it didn't show up there but I looked and it was on NORML's front page!The Moon! It is way overboard isn't it? We need to fix what's wrong down here before we go and fly away to the moon again! They think we live in outer space! LOL!
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Comment #18 posted by Nuevo Mexican on December 04, 2003 at 22:42:16 PT
If that doesn't get us out to vote in huge numbers
FOM, I don't know what will!I just saw your last post about Dennis and am SOOO glad he has shifted into high gear regarding Cannabis, after taking on bush and the War in Iraq, the Patriot Act as well as a host of other incredibly brave and compassionate statements that blow my mind from a 'politician'.I can relax now....a big ahhhhh as the wall falls down.....
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Comment #17 posted by Nuevo Mexican on December 04, 2003 at 22:34:24 PT
Anyone else met Dennis here?
It's easy, he running for office! How about Kucinich/Clark(v.p.) for a 'balanced, winning' ticket?On the Kubbys: Whats up with the delay, tell me the decision must be in kubbys favor? Otherwise, we all know the drill.I've had the honor of meeting The Kush twice, both pleasant, insightful but brief exchanges, after hearing him speak at length on the occupation of Iraq. Thus my passion for his presidency. He is Ghandi-esque and deserving of the Presidency. It's great to see such enthusiasm for him here, as he came in second in a poll of thousads of People, not hundreds picked by pollsters, read more at the links. He obviously stands out as the biggest threat to the Repubs. And right wing Dems. And prohibition (why would the press ignore his campaign and paint him as unwinnable).The new Kucinich Animation, in case you missed it at other posts: is the latest 'great' article to add to ekims' list at yahoo. Tonight, was a meet up for kucinich, with thousands from all over the country, Another next month.'Who Says Kucinich Doesn't Have A Chance'. articles of Dennis, who eats ALL of his Spinach: news on 'Skip' Jones, (if there can be such a thing): 'Family of Police Beating Victim Blast Media, Mayor 'Fat, Juicy Hugs' Missed'A community meeting is scheduled for Wednesday night, where several organizations are prepared to discuss recall efforts to remove the mayor.Adding to that, the Cincinnati Enquirer in an editorial Wednesday, declared: "… Jones's death is inexcusable, and reopened valid concerns about how Cincinnati police handle African American suspects…The fact remains that when police approached Jones, he was unarmed and not a suspect in a violent crime. Within five minutes, he was struggling to remain alive. There has to be a better way to handle such situations, and police need to figure out how to make it happen."(our voices will be heard!!!),,c3gb8154-9000,00.htmlNow for news of the Reptilian World:Would the government that does this:Amnesty International Report: US Exports $20 million of Shackles, 
Electro-Shock Technology
Expanding Global Trade Supplies States US Condemned for Torture this?: Cincinnati police beat unarmed black man to deathJeff Thompson, Jones’s roommate and close friend, told the Cincinnati Enquirer, “I can’t really say what made him do what he did, but what I’m concerned about is that we didn’t see what happened before the tape started rolling and what happened after it stopped.” He added that although he was a big man, Jones—the father of two young boys who had recently lost his job—was not violent.“One-and-a-half minutes are missing—the part just before Nathaniel Jones is seen defending himself,” Amanda Mayes, a spokesperson for the Coalition for a Just Cincinnati, told the World Socialist Web Site. “We want to know what was in that segment.”Mayes continued, “All we know is that six police officers hit Jones between 40 and 50 times with metal batons, including on the head. When he stopped breathing they let him lay in the parking lot to die. They administered no help to try to save him after they have beaten him to the brink of death. Family Wants Answers"We do believe that (the police) and the fire department and paramedics are legally responsible for Mr. Jones' death," said family attorney Kenneth Lawson on CBS News' Early Show Thursday.
Fire Chief Robert Wright said Wednesday he will conduct an administrative hearing to determine whether his department's paramedics left the scene of Jones' death prematurely you can do to help make the world a better place in 2004:March 20th, 2004 GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION on the FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the U.S. BOMBING and INVASION of IRAQ SAN FRANCISCO MASS RALLY AND MARCH, GATHER AT 11AM AT DOLORES PARK, 18 ST. & DOLORES ST. MARCH TO CIVIC CENTER. Make your own flyers: 20, 2004On March 20, 2004, protests will take place all around the world on the one year anniversary of the U.S. bombing and invasion of Iraq. People are organizing on a global scale to demand an end to the occupation of Iraq and an immediate withdrawal of U.S. military forces from the country.Since the invasion began, hundreds of U.S. and British soldiers and unknown thousands of Iraqi people have been killed. The Iraqi people have clearly stated that occupation is not liberation - that they want the foreign soldiers occupying their country to leave, not tomorrow, but today. Growing numbers of U.S. soldiers and their families are calling to bring the troops home now. Increasing numbers of people in the United States are helping to build a movement against the occupation as they fight cuts to education, healthcare, job programs, housing and other social service programs.On October 25, 100,000 people took to the streets of Washington DC to call for an immediate end to the occupation and to bring the troops home now. Tens of thousands more demonstrated in San Francisco and other U.S. cities, and in cities around the world. On that day, the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition began to circulate in the U.S. the international call for demonstrations on March 20 that has being made by groups around the world. We urge all groups and organizations in the US to support this international call and to work together to show the power of a united movement on a global scale.Begin planning now to hold a demonstration in your city on March 20, 2004. Hundreds of cities around the world will be issuing, circulating and joining this call.- The San Francisco demonstration will gather at Dolores Park at 11 AM and March to Civic Center Plaza for a closing rally. To get involved, call 415-821-6545.
- In New York City, the demonstration is planned to assemble at 12 noon at Times Square with a march to the United Nations. Call 212-633-6646 for details about upcoming citywide planning meetings and for more information.
- In Washington DC, the demonstration is planned to gather at the White House at 12 noon. Call 202-544-3389 for more information.
- In Los Angeles, the demonstration is planned to assemble at 12 noon at Hollywood and Vine. Call 213-487-2368 for more information. Quick, before bush occupation of the moon!
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Comment #16 posted by FoM on December 04, 2003 at 22:21:13 PT
Correction on NORML's Weekly Press Release
When I got the articles for NORML's weekly press release I didn't see there was a third article. Here it is now and I'm sorry I missed it.Presidential Candidate Says Federal Law Should Treat Pot Like AlcoholDecember 4, 2004 - Washington, DC, USAKucinich Promises To End Marijuana Arrests; Establish "Guidelines Similar To Those Already In Place For Alcohol" Washington, DC: If elected, Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) would end federal criminal prohibitions on the use of marijuana for recreational purposes, and establish national guidelines to regulate it like alcohol, according to a recent position paper posted on the "Kucinich for President" website."Current drug policy ... regards all users as abusers, and the result has been the creation of an unnecessary class of lawbreakers," Kucinich states in his position paper, entitled "Marijuana Decriminalization." "A Kucinich administration would reject the current paradigm of 'all use is abuse' in favor of a drug policy that sets reasonable boundaries for marijuana use by establishing guidelines similar to those already in place for alcohol."Kucinich has previously spoken out strongly in favor of allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes, and recently stated that he supported decriminalizing marijuana at a November 4, 2003 Presidential debate aired live on CNN."Non-violent marijuana users comprise the bulk of the half-million Americans imprisoned for drug violations, and many frequently serve longer sentences than do those convicted of violent crimes," Kucinich states on his website. "The rationale for continuing these draconian policies is unclear. Statistical evidence shows that marijuana use follows a pattern very similar to that of alcohol. Most marijuana users do so responsibly, in a safe, recreational context. These people lead normal, productive lives ­ pursuing careers, raising families and participating in civic life."In addition, marijuana has proven benefits in the treatment of numerous diseases, such as providing a valuable means of pain management for terminally ill patients. In either of these contexts, there is no rational justification for criminally enforced prohibitions. These unnecessary arrests and incarcerations serve only to crowd prisons, clog the judicial system, and distract law enforcement officials from violent crime. ... By ... moving away from criminally-enforced drug prohibitions, we will be moving toward safer streets and stronger communities."NORML Foundation Executive Director Allen St. Pierre said that Kucinich is the first Democratic Presidential candidate since Jimmy Carter to make the decriminalization of marijuana for personal use a campaign issue. Previously, Kucinich, Massachusetts Congressman John Kerry, and front-runner Howard Dean had each voiced varying degrees of support for the use of medicinal marijuana - though as Vermont Governor, Dean vigorously opposed passage of a 2002 proposed law that would have legalized it for qualified patients. According to the Kucinich for President website, Kucinich would issue an 'executive order allowing marijuana for medical purposes, [and] end [the] DEA raids on medical marijuana patients and their providers.' For more information, please contact either Allen St. Pierre or Paul Armentano of The NORML Foundation at (202) 483-8751. To learn more about the candidates' positions on marijuana-related issues, please visit: Kucinich's "Marijuana Decriminalization" position paper is available online at:
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Comment #15 posted by ekim on December 04, 2003 at 20:43:21 PT
pics of Dennis
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Comment #14 posted by ekim on December 04, 2003 at 19:33:41 PT
Richard C.where is your page
Walk with Jonathan, Clara, Tom and Tak in Grand Rapids tomorrow 12/5. Meet them 
at the corner of Eastern and Burton at 9am (park at Rite Aid). Any distance walking 
with them is welcome and encouraged.In the evening, meet the walkers at the Scone Zone at 312 W. Michigan Ave. for a 
'house party' in Kalamazoo sponsored by Dan Smith. Begins at 6:30pm.Read all the updates about the Steps for Peace walkers at DK's site:
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Comment #13 posted by mayan on December 04, 2003 at 17:32:40 PT
Istook's Just Another Puppet
"The language states that federal funds will not be available if a transit agency "is involved directly or indirectly with any activity ... that promotes the legalization or medical use" of marijuana or other illegal drugs." What a bunch of cripe! MPP,NORML,Change the Climate and other cannabis law reform organizations are merely working within the law to change the law. This is definitely selective censorship at it's worst. Ernest Istook is a self-proclaimed foe of medical marijuana. Never mind that over 80% of Americans disagree with him! It's no wonder he is anti-cannabis. It appears that Istook is a puppet of the petrochemical giants...Istook voted NO on raising CAFE standards; incentives for alternative fuels. (Aug 2001) Istook voted NO on prohibiting oil drilling & development in ANWR. (Aug 2001) Istook voted NO on starting implementation of Kyoto Protocol. (Jun 2000)The way out is the way in...Bush Bribes Max Cleland To Shut Up? of the Week - Ellen Mariani: WIDOW CHARGES BUSH WITH FOREKNOWLEDGE AND ABETMENT OF MURDER IN RICO SUIT: Victim Ellen Mariani's Open Letter To The President: Victim Ellen Mariani's Suit Against Bush et al. In Never-Neverland - Widow's Bush Treason Suit Vanishes in Blink of Media Eye: Victim's Wife Files RICO Case Against GW Bush: third have not filed for 9/11 fund: Senior Met With Bin Laden's Brother on 9/11:
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Comment #12 posted by jose melendez on December 04, 2003 at 17:32:35 PT
drug war rant
Here it is: War on a Plant.
What Jesus Would Do!
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Comment #11 posted by FoM on December 04, 2003 at 17:30:58 PT
Join The Alliance For a Live Web Chat
This year has seen some real highs and serious lows for drug reformers, and we need to enter 2004 with renewed determination to make it a watershed for reform. Please join the Drug Policy Alliance's Ethan Nadelmann and retired ACLU director Ira Glasser for Turning the Tide, a live 45-minute Web chat, during which we will be taking your questions and comments. The chat will take place:
Tuesday, December 9, 20033 PM Eastern/Noon PacificBookmark this page and return for the Chat of the topics Ethan and Ira will cover include:* Information and advice on how to inject drug reform issues into the Presidential campaigns* What's up with Rush Limbaugh?* The status of medical marijuana and implications of recent Supreme Court decisions* An inside look at the office of the Drug czar and some of the craziness they're up to* RAVE Act repeal prospects
..and more
You can submit questions now, or during the broadcast by clicking here.
 Please invite a friend by passing this URL on 
 See you on the 9th! 
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Comment #10 posted by Flatbush on December 04, 2003 at 16:59:28 PT
re: Mistake Cost Deputy Life
Thanks for the info The GCW,   Hopefully, people can make the correlation between this Meth Raid and the Statford High School Raid. By allowing "Gun-wielding Cops in School" the potential for an error or mistake far exceeds an 'dangerous drugs' in teenager's pockets. Just imagine the Headline, 'Mistake Cost Student Life'.This isn't a Math class, were you can change your mistakes and fix your error's. These "Mistakes" are forever.
Just Say No To Gun-Wielding Cops in School
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Comment #9 posted by The GCW on December 04, 2003 at 16:04:32 PT
JR Bob Dobbs,
Missing Prosecutor Found Shot, Stabbed (AP) -- A federal prosecutor was found shot and stabbed to death in a Pennsylvania creek Thursday after failing to show up at the trial of a rapper and another man accused of dealing heroin.....420000OOOWarrants: Limbaugh Was'Doctor Shopping' (another take on it...JR Bob Dobbs)
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Comment #8 posted by JR Bob Dobbs on December 04, 2003 at 15:48:16 PT
Rush Limbaugh's latest By Roy Black, Rush Limbaugh's Attorney Palm Beach, Florida - December 4, 2003: Roy Black, attorney for Rush Limbaugh, released the following statement today: "We have been informed that this afternoon the Palm Beach State Attorney's Office will announce that it has seized the medical records of four doctors who treated Rush Limbaugh for serious medical conditions and the pain resulting from them. "In fact, what these records show is that Mr. Limbaugh suffered extreme pain and had legitimate reasons for taking pain medication. Unfortunately, because of Mr. Limbaugh's prominence and well-known political opinions, he is being subjected to an invasion of privacy no citizen of this republic should endure. "Let us make our position clear: Rush Limbaugh is not part of a drug ring. He was never a target of a drug investigation. He became addicted to a prescription drug during legitimate medical treatment. He has publicly admitted this problem and has successfully sought treatment which continues today.  "We won't speculate on why the State Attorney's Office is handling Mr. Limbaugh's case the way it is. But what should be a responsible investigation is looking more and more like a fishing expedition."
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Comment #7 posted by The GCW on December 04, 2003 at 15:31:54 PT
4th Amendment gets a Tenn.
Tennessee THAT IS.US (more) TN: Local Authorities Received Additional Training In Conducting Searches  "Ultimately, if the consent ( for a search ) is deemed coercive, we might lose the fruits of our search," In all, Cornacchione outlined 13 circumstances which allow for exceptions to the 4th Amendment. Most of the exceptions, he said, came into being in an effort to gain ground in the government's "War on Drugs." (WOW)"Without drugs, my course would dwindle to nothing," Cornacchione said. (WOW)
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Comment #6 posted by The GCW on December 04, 2003 at 15:03:19 PT
Another sham-shame-sting-raid.
US TN: DA - Mistake Cost Deputy Life -Scott Officer Fired Fatal Shot During Meth Raid HUNTSVILLE, Tenn. Thu, 04 Dec 2003 don't want to make light of this shame, and want to compassionately relate one thing, significant; When the DAG says: -"It is the worst drug ( for ) its impact on us that we have ever seen." I want to ask: I thought I heard a prominent Fed. level drug war guy (Walters or Ashcroft) say, cannabis was the worst?Am I mistaken that one of the bad evil was spreading this crap about 4 monthes ago? Maybe they were just saying it was worst than coke and heroin... If (the Feds. say) cannabis is the worst drug; worse than coke and heroin, and I try cannabis and it hardly does anything, then I should easily be able to hold My heroin and meth,,, Right???The federal gov. is Our own worst enemy.I am not a heroin, meth or coke etc. kind of guy, either, but this war on drugs just cost this cop His life.End the war on drugs, for everyones sake including the police.Perhaps the government should be forced to try a different approach.  Of course, that will give less people with the taste of blood, a means of acquiring it....The taste of blood must be more addictive than coke; Bush was able to kick the coke.
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Comment #5 posted by The GCW on December 04, 2003 at 14:22:20 PT
Thanks druid,
That news is very eye opening. The judge is even doing His part to put this farce into perspective... like the judge just didn't want to see the court spend its rescourses on this waste of time issue... the Judge may think, let Me just solve this problem now... This news indicates a twist and a tweak that hopefully will catch international attention.It's not a win-win-win situation, but there is an element of win, that would have been unheard of a year ago.420ooCBD prevents brain damage (03 Dec, 2003) 
A study at the University of Milan showed that cannabidiol (CBD), a relatively non-psychoactive constituent of cannabis, can prevent damage caused by lack of oxygen to the brain.The study, published in the July issue of the journal Neuroscience, involved suffocating gerbils for 10 minutes, thereby inducing brain damage from lack of oxygen. Different amounts of CBD were then given to the gerbils five minutes after they were allowed to breathe again. The greater the amount of CBD given, the better the eventual recovery of the tortured gerbils.• All of this information was compiled and edited from the excellent email newsletter of the International Association for Cannabis as Medicine (IACM) in Germany. email info; web www.cannabis-med.org420000.Cop kills 'john' suspect,1299,DRMN_15_2476977,00.htmlProstitution sting (potentially set up murder?) in Aurora turns violent at East Colfax motelBy Brian D. Crecente, Rocky Mountain News
December 4, 2003
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Comment #4 posted by FoM on December 04, 2003 at 14:07:05 PT
Druid, Here are a Couple Related Articles
 Pot Laws a Bad Trip for MS Sufferer: Jurors Convict Albertan Pot Crusader: Jurors Ask To Be Released from Pot Trial:
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Comment #3 posted by druid on December 04, 2003 at 14:01:09 PT
jury told what to say! Canada
A well known MJ activist with MS."A male juror told the judge, "I believe I could not live with myself if I was part of the conviction of this man."But the judge refused, ordering them to continue deliberations and return with a guilty verdict."*******************Pot jury convicts on urging of judge
Krieger verdict delivered after protests
Daryl Slade 	
Calgary HeraldThursday, December 04, 2003
Grant KriegerA Calgary jury took nine and a half hours Wednesday before following a judge's directive to convict renowned pot crusader Grant Krieger of possessing marijuana for the purpose of trafficking***********************
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Comment #2 posted by FoM on December 04, 2003 at 13:57:34 PT
Here's CNews Most Current Article On The Raid
The GCW I don't know what is taking so long to hear what happened with the Kubby's case. I know we all want to know. Waiting isn't easy.Solicitor To Announce Decision on Drug Sweep:
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Comment #1 posted by The GCW on December 04, 2003 at 13:52:20 PT
US SC: Decision On Drug Raid Charges Due Today - Prosecutor Ralph Hoisington plans to announce today whether charges will be filed against police in a high school drug search where officers drew guns as students were ordered to sit in the hallway.......& Here it is Thursday, and Steve's decision in Cannada is not public, yet. It was made known to Us 2 weeks ago, that it is waiting on translation first before it can be made public. Why? Maybe still even today...(story from 2 weeks ago) Kubby Defense Fund Announces Canadian Board Ruling Are there other examples of court decisions being made that must await translation before becoming public... how long has that taken in the past???It almost goes with out saying; but I hope Cannada accepts the Kubby family.
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