NORML's Weekly News Bulletin -- August 4, 2005

  NORML's Weekly News Bulletin -- August 4, 2005

Posted by CN Staff on August 04, 2005 at 15:01:06 PT
Weekly Press Release 
Source: NORML 

US Seeks Extradition Of Marc Emery For Internet Seed SalesAugust 4, 2005 - Vancouver, BC, CanadaVancouver, British Columbia: Canadian law enforcement officers, acting on a warrant issued by federal officials in Washington state, arrested longtime cannabis activist Marc Emery and two others late last week for violating US marijuana laws. American officials are seeking to extradite Emery to the United States, where he could face ten years to life in prison on charges that he distributed cannabis seeds to various individuals within the US.
For nearly ten years, Emery had openly operated an online cannabis seed bank in the Hastings neighborhood of Vancouver, where he maintained a high profile in the area's business and political community as publisher of the magazine Cannabis Culture and founder of the BC Marijuana Party, among other activities. Vancouver police disregarded Emery's seed sales; however, a federal grand jury in Seattle indicted him in May on charges of "conspiracy to manufacture marijuana, conspiracy to distribute marijuana seeds, and conspiracy to engage in money laundering." US law enforcement officials claim to have linked Emery's seeds to marijuana seizures in numerous states, including Florida, Indiana, and New Jersey.Canadian law enforcement officers executed the arrest warrant against Emery and two colleagues, Gregory Williams and Michelle Rainey, on Friday in accordance with a US/Canadian treaty allowing for "mutual assistance on criminal matters." All three individuals have been granted bail and are expected to be free on bond imminently.Extradition hearings for Emery, Williams, and Rainey could take up to one year or longer. None of the three defendants have been charged with violating Canadian drug laws.NORML Executive Director Allen St. Pierre questioned why Canadian authorities would be willing to extradite Emery for activities that had been consistently ignored by local law enforcement and are punishable by little, if any penalty in his native country."Why are Canadian authorities, who had chosen not to prosecute Emery for his Internet seed business, now cooperating with US efforts to extradite and try him under America's far more stringent federal laws?" St. Pierre asked. "It's as if Canada has relinquished its sovereignty in regards to drug law enforcement to become a lapdog of the US Drug Enforcement Administration."For more information, please contact either Allen St. Pierre or Keith Stroup of NORML at (202) 483-5500. Additional information on Marc Emery's arrest and extradition is available online at: Could Offer Relief For Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseAugust 4, 2005 - Bath, United KingdomBath, United Kingdom: Cannabinoids may stimulate healing in the inflamed lining of the gastrointestinal tract, according to clinical trial data published in the August issue of the journal Gatroenterology.A research team at the University of Bath, Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology found that human tissues from the gastrointestinal lining of patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) contained large quantities of cannabinoid receptors. Activation of specific receptors promotes healing of the gastrointestinal membrane, and could offer therapeutic relief to patients suffering from inflammatory disorders such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, authors found.The study's findings are "the first [clinical] evidence that very selective cannabis-derived treatments may be useful as future therapeutic strategies in the treatment" of inflammatory bowel disease, said lead author Karen Wright.A previous 2003 review published in the journal Expert Opinion in Investigative Drugs noted that the human digestive tract contains various endogenous cannabinoids (marijuana-like compounds produced naturally by the body) and cannabinoid receptors, and theorized that cannabinoids may one day "provide new therapeutics for the treatment of a number of gastrointestinal diseases," including gastric ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn's disease, and gastroesophageal reflux disease.For more information, please contact Paul Armentano, NORML Senior Policy Analyst, at (202) 483-5500. Full text of the study, "Differential expression of cannabinoid receptors in the human colon: cannabinoids promote epithelial wound healing," is available in the August issue of the journal Gastroenterology. DL: And Cancer Risk Not Strong, Study SaysAugust 4, 2005 - Lyon, FranceLyon, France: Moderate use of cannabis not does appear to be associated with an increased risk of tobacco-related cancers, such as lung or colorectal cancer, according to an epidemiological review published in the current issue of the journal Alcohol.Following the review of two cohort studies and 14 case-control studies, authors concluded, "Results of cohort studies have not revealed an increased risk of tobacco-related cancers among marijuana smokers, possibly because few users smoke enough marijuana to elevate their risk to a detectable level."Authors did acknowledge an increased risk of certain cancers in a handful of case-control studies, but noted that the results were inconsistent, "highly unstable," and may reflect researchers having controlled poorly for other drug use, including tobacco and alcohol.A 1999 review by the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine found "no conclusive evidence that marijuana causes cancer in humans, including cancers usually related to tobacco use."For more information, please contact Paul Armentano, NORML Senior policy Analyst, at (202) 483-5500. Full text of the study, "Epidemiological review of marijuana use and cancer risk," is available in the August issue of the journal Alcohol.DL: NORML Foundation (DC)Published: August 4, 2005Copyright: 2005 NORML Contact: norml Website: NORML Archives

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Comment #33 posted by Mikel Zorn on August 23, 2005 at 13:07:58 PT:
Stand up!
Stand up and fight anyway you can against the fascist machine who seems to think they have a right to take away the medicine from sick people while selling dangerous psychiatric drugs through thier legal pushers called psychiatrists, they think they can bully good folks like Marc Emery in soveriegn nations without us standing up?! No way!!!!!!! We will fight to the end in a peacefull way against such tyranny that reveals itself in the traps fascism in the country our fathers fought for!!!!!!!
http://www.chrisconrad.comI love our people and the machine will never stop me or my love for all of our global friends who love true freedom, true liberty, true life, true light, true pursuit of happiness, true peace. We don't bomb the shit outta people based on lies as the bushites have done yet we're wrong? Not sayeth the AMSLWeedmiester from the HotILL Cannafornia! We will... ...get by:0)Peace be with our movement with much love and cyberhugs sent to the brothers and sisters. They will not break our resolve.Mike
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Comment #32 posted by afterburner on August 06, 2005 at 16:50:03 PT
More on Marc Emery's Making Bail and His Lawyer
Audio: Marc Emery on As It Happens.
Running Time: 11 min 
"Marc Emery shows that he is not detered from his path to liberate cannabis users despite the US based prosecution that he and others are facing."
 John Conroy Talks about the Emery Seeds Raid and Case.
Running Time: 7 min 
"John Conroy [Marc Emery's lawyer] on CBC's As It Happens talking about marc Emery and the US led bust of Emery Seeds and the Extradition Proceedings against 3 Canadians as a result."
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Comment #31 posted by Hope on August 06, 2005 at 15:44:49 PT
Or maybe...
like I've known some people who use marijuana to be...he kept giving a lot of it away.
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Comment #30 posted by unkat27 on August 06, 2005 at 15:30:08 PT
Where's the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
According to Cowan at, Marc Emery is broke and has to raise money for his own case. This is puzzling. According to the DEA, his seed business raked in millions. We may be able to make a few guesses.I would guess that either Emery got really smart, knew the fascists were closing in (evidence suggests this) and had his money transferred into a more secure safe, where the DEA and/or the ass-kissing libs of the PM Martin party could not reach it, or he made a lot of smart investments and spread it around (this too, is possible), gaining grateful associates in the process. Whatever the case, its nice to know that the fascists didn't get their hands on it. 
Update on Emery Case
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Comment #29 posted by FoM on August 06, 2005 at 15:22:42 PT
Max Flowers
No problem.
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Comment #28 posted by Max Flowers on August 06, 2005 at 15:08:44 PT

On re-reading, I do regret those comments. I would appreciate it FoM if you would delete them for me.
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Comment #27 posted by Hope on August 06, 2005 at 10:08:13 PT

Prohibition prohibition prohibition prohibition.
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Comment #26 posted by Hope on August 06, 2005 at 10:05:47 PT

Prohibtion scores again!
More death, pain, and suffering.
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Comment #24 posted by FoM on August 05, 2005 at 22:26:15 PT

Afterburner This Is How It Can Be 
Man Killed in Pot Raid -- Warden Wounded 2nd suspect flees in Los Gatos hillsBy Wyatt Buchanan and Suzanne Herel, Chronicle Staff WritersSaturday, August 6, 2005 
 It was supposed to be a fairly typical bust on the second day in the annual marijuana-eradication season by statewide officials -- but it turned deadly and anything but routine. By day's end Friday, one suspect lay dead in the rugged hills after a gunbattle, one Fish and Game warden was shot by an accomplice guarding the pot field -- the first shooting of an agent in the 21-year history of the raids -- and authorities had seized as many as 50,000 plants, much more than they found during all of last year, investigators said. Camouflaged sheriff's deputies carrying rifles scoured the steep hills above Los Gatos all day and throughout the night searching for another suspect who fled the early-morning raid. Authorities were to continue the search today. "They're being more confrontational because there's a lot more marijuana out there," said Bob Cooke, special agent in charge of the California Department of Justice Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement in San Jose. One suspect has been killed in raids each of the past two years, and agents have been shot at -- but never hit, Cooke said. Snipped:Complete Article:
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Comment #23 posted by FoM on August 05, 2005 at 21:56:29 PT

Here's a Picture Afterburner;s=1;w=429
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Comment #22 posted by FoM on August 05, 2005 at 21:43:08 PT

I know what you are saying about the way laws are different in Canada then the USA. It seems that Canadians can be more vocal about an issue and not get shot. Down here we have lost people for being too vocal. We must never forget Tom and Rollie and how they died. Down here guns settle many problems compared to Canada I think.
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Comment #21 posted by afterburner on August 05, 2005 at 21:32:57 PT

FoM, Civil Disobedience Is by Nature Illegal
Comment #13: "If funds are from an illegal activity then it would be considered wrong doing. That makes it seem that people who want to change the laws are just a bunch of criminals in the eyes of the DEA. Maybe I'm wrong but that's how I see it."Gandhi was in the eyes of the British government a criminal for refusing to pay the salt tax. Martin Luther King was considered a criminal by racist government interests for leading non-violent resistance to segregation laws. The signers of the US Declaration of Independence were considered criminals by the British crown. Nelson Mandela was considered a criminal by the apartheid government of South Africa. However, all of them held high moral ground. Listen to the debate, amazingly polite, between Kirk Tousaw, Campaign Manager of the British Columbia Marijuana Party, and Randy White, arch-prohibitionist. Then, ask yourself if Marc Emery has any claim to high moral ground."Kirk Tousaw vs Randy White, Plus More on Emery Seed Bust
Randy White is in an Alliance with the USA Against Canadians "More footage on the US Invasion of Canada and Emery Seed Raid, plus Kirk Tousaw vs Conservative MP and Pot hater, Randy White"
Running Time: 1 hr 2 min the law in Canada is not easy. There is no provision for voter initiatives. The ruling party dictates how Members of Parliament should vote. Canadian "Drug" Laws, including cannabis, are considered to be Federal juridiction, not Provincial or Local. All laws must obtain Royal assent from the Governor General, the Queen's representative. The only reason medical cannabis is legal in Canada is because of court challenges under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The government of Canada has been extremely reluctant to endorse any credible and scientifically-based change to the long-standing racist cannabis prohibition.
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Comment #20 posted by jose melendez on August 05, 2005 at 13:43:05 PT

was away
Re: "That has to be illegal, and Tandy just admitted it in black and white in that official DEA statement."I don't know, and sorry I was away working, but I hope MPP takes that ball and runs with it, as they have with ONDCP. If they think they have something with "Shock and Awe", they ain't seen nothin yet, as we have weapons mightier than swords . . . pens!
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Comment #19 posted by global_warming on August 05, 2005 at 13:17:29 PT

An Act respecting the control of certain drugs, their precursors and other substances and to amend certain other Acts and repeal the Narcotic Control Act in consequence thereof
	[Assented to 20th June, 1996]Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows:"adjudicator" means a person appointed or employed under the Public Service Employment Act who performs the duties and functions of an adjudicator under this Act and the regulations;"analogue" means a substance that, in relation to a controlled substance, has a substantially similar chemical structure;..This is exactly the kind of crap that has gotten a lot of us into this mess.Thank you Monsanto, and all your analogs.Is this another payment for progress?Will each step and breath be regulated and monitored?Maybe the chickens have it better, in battery cages.Not sure about current suicide statistics, unlike those chickens, who do not "commit" suicide, people have a complex mind, and suicide is a "choice".This makes me think about those crazy Arabs, those suicide bombers, so prepared to end their life, and take down their enemies.Reflecting on the mind of a man or women, who decides to place explosives around his body, how this person has worked out the details that allow him to realize this action.Jumping off a bridge, so to speak, makes a big splash in the newspaper, but exploding a bomb that kills many innocent people might push politics and lust for power to new heights.My point is, that unlike animals, people have a "Mind", that is that gift that some refer to as God.I realize that this post will fall largely outside of the scope of this gathering, and I must apologize for my deeds in thought and writing, my last couple of days, have been filled with the sounds of an old dog, who had all his teethe pulled, and his quiet whimper, reaches into the depths of my heart and soul.peacegw
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Comment #18 posted by Max Flowers on August 05, 2005 at 11:45:03 PT

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Comment #17 posted by FoM on August 05, 2005 at 10:51:23 PT

Max Flowers
Maybe Jose isn't online now so I found this for you.
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Comment #16 posted by Max Flowers on August 05, 2005 at 10:23:09 PT

My understanding is that there is significant question and debate that seeds are actually illegal in Canada. They are certainly "de facto" legal, and there is even a huge legal controversy there about whether their cannabis laws are dead or not (evidence is that they are).But we digress from my original question. I know where you stand, FoM. I would love Jose or someone else with Lexis/Nexis, law books or other resources who can look up US federal laws regarding abuse of federal power and see if this DEA action is potentially a prosecutable abuse of power for political reasons.Jose, you seem to be especially adept at this kind of research. Could you look into it briefly?
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Comment #15 posted by FoM on August 05, 2005 at 10:15:04 PT

Max Flowers 
If he hadn't sold seeds in the USA then I agree that would be right. Seeds sales are illegal in Canada but they don't enforce those laws. If he had kept seed sales in Canada it might not of ever become an issue. 
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Comment #14 posted by Max Flowers on August 05, 2005 at 10:10:52 PT

Another thing
Reading it again, I have another big problem with Tandy's statement. She said"Hundreds of thousands of dollars of Emery's illicit profits are known to have been channeled to marijuana legalization groups active in the United States and Canada."It strikes me that those profits cannot be legally deemed illicit if they are not illicit in the country in which they were generated. In this case, they were Canadian profits, earned in Canada, and I don't see how in the jurisdictional legal sense DEA can get away with calling them illicit. Canadian law would first have to deem them illicit, and that's not going to happen.I think DEA really screwed up here and has put someone who is very ignorant of questions of law up front to answer questions, and in doing so she is revealing the illegal nature of their activities.
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Comment #13 posted by FoM on August 05, 2005 at 10:03:55 PT

Max Flowers 
This is my opinion of that statement. If funds are from an illegal activity then it would be considered wrong doing. That makes it seem that people who want to change the laws are just a bunch of criminals in the eyes of the DEA. Maybe I'm wrong but that's how I see it.
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Comment #12 posted by Max Flowers on August 05, 2005 at 09:55:17 PT

Jose and other legal eagles
I have a burning question. I just read a statement from DEA fuhrer Karen Tandy that seems to indicate illegal political motivations behind the Emery arrest. I'll post the relevant excerpt here and then ask my question:"Today's arrest of Mark (sic) Scott Emery, publisher of Cannabis Culture magazine and the founder of a marijuana legalization group, is a significant blow not only to the marijuana trafficking trade in the US and Canada, but also to the marijuana legalization movement... Hundreds of thousands of dollars of Emery's illicit profits are known to have been channeled to marijuana legalization groups active in the United States and Canada. Drug legalization lobbyists now have one less pot of money to rely on."My question is, isn't it itself a violation of any federal law to abuse federal law enfocement powers and resources to go after (persecute) someone in order to derail their political efforts, and because they dislike that someone's political beliefs? That has to be illegal, and Tandy just admitted it in black and white in that official DEA statement.
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Comment #11 posted by jose melendez on August 05, 2005 at 08:47:30 PT

The more asinine a law, the easier it is to outwit
Brilliant Sam Adams, absolutely brilliant.
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Comment #10 posted by Sam Adams on August 05, 2005 at 08:21:33 PT

False flag
That false flag blog site just made me think of something - if the feds pass the new anti-flag burning amendment, what's to stop people from making flags with 49 stars instead of 50? Or missing a stripe or two? They could videotape the burning & then be acquitted in court later.The more asinine a law becomes, the easier it is to outwit. 
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Comment #9 posted by afterburner on August 04, 2005 at 23:02:51 PT

Way to Go, Stan! Strike While the Iron Is Hot!
CN MB: Column: Freakin' Outrage Over Emery Bust 04 Aug 2005 
Winnipeg Sun
Dripping with scorn toward the Bush administration and contempt for the Canadian government for allowing the extradition case to proceed, readers have mounted the most vocal offensive we've seen in recent memory in the ongoing "war on a herb." ... "A very large percentage of Americans do not support North America's discredited cannabis laws or attacking Marc Emery over any cannabis-related issues," writes Stan White of Dillon, Colo. "It is regrettable to witness the United States persist in this anti-Christian activity, attempting to prohibit, persecute and exterminate cannabis and the cannabis culture. Caging humans for selling plant seeds is hideous and uncivilized and must not be allowed." [ENDQUOTE]
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Comment #8 posted by afterburner on August 04, 2005 at 21:36:14 PT

World Mysteries - Marijuana Conspiracy, by Doug YurcheyJefferson smuggled hemp seeds from China to France then to America. * Benjamin Franklin owned one of the first paper mills in America and it processed hemp. ... to by Anita Roddick, founder of The Body ...George Washington grew hemp, Benjamin Franklin wrote and published many of his most famous ... and Thomas Jefferson smuggled hemp seeds in from America [sic: China]. ... Jefferson smuggled hemp seeds out of China and grew hemp. George Washington grew hemp. Benjamin Franklin "owned one of the first paper mills in America and it processed hemp." All these Founding Fathers of our country also grace our monetary currency. Does this mean nothing to the mean men who currently run our government? They show no respect for our ancestors in their cruel war on hemp. If these three distinguished Founding Fathers were alive and active today, the DEA would harass them as the DEA has done to Marc Emery.
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Comment #7 posted by ekim on August 04, 2005 at 20:37:34 PT

See Howard in Chicago and Michigan August 3, 2005 9:38am CST 
Yesterday, Tuesday, Howard rode from Waukegan, IL to the outskirts of Evanston on IL-131. Today, he will continue on to Chicago, and will switch over to Lake Shore Drive as he approaches. He hopes to make it past the Loop by tonight. More..., IN – Aug. 2Benton Harbor/St. Joseph, MI – August 5Kalamazoo, MI – August 7 & 8Lansing, MI – August 11, speaking thru 18Dearborn – August 22
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Comment #6 posted by ekim on August 04, 2005 at 20:02:22 PT

Jesse Vetura and Gary Johnson rep- Marc in USA
Comment #1 posted by p4me on March 25, 2002 at 09:38:19 PT 
completely outrageous
The one thing we can be sure of is that the founding fathers never thought tha hemp should be illegal. We know Franklin was the first American to make paper and he used hemp and we know that hemp was the main or second largest source of revenue for both Washington and Jefferson. Talk about someone rolling over in their graves, Washington and Jefferson and Franklin would have thought our leaders mad for coming up with such an insane policy. I think our leaders all but insane with this stupidity. How did the government become so warped and out of control.
Execute the political lives of all Congressmen. VAAI. The bastards have got to go- all of them without exception.
DEA Cannot Regulate Naturally-Occurring THC 
Posted by CN Staff on February 06, 2004 at 14:19:37 PT
For Immediate Release
Source: Common Dreams  San Francisco, Ca. -- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit: The Hemp Industries Association (HIA), representing over 200 hemp companies in North America won their 2 1/2-year old lawsuit today against the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in a decision that permanently blocks DEA regulations that attempted to ban nutritious hemp foods such as waffles, bread, cereal, vegetarian burgers, protein powder, salad dressing and nutrition bars. "The decision in HIA v. DEA is a huge boost to the hemp food market, and we expect to see many more hemp food products on store shelves," says David Bronner, maker of the AlpSnackR organic hemp nutrition bar and Chair of the HIA Food and Oil Committee. "The three judge panel agreed with our main argument that the DEA's 'Final Rule' ignores Congress's specific exemption in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) under the definition of marihuana that excludes hemp seed and oil from control along with hemp fiber. Based on today's decision, the court reasonably views trace insignificant amounts of THC in hemp seed in the same way as it sees trace amounts of opiates in poppy seeds," says Bronner.
A Video News Release will be broadcast via satellite for free and unrestricted use. The 15-minute VNR contains footage of popular hemp food products and the manufacturing process; statements from nutritionist Dr. Andrew Weil; and key background on the landmark decision. 
 Pro-Pot Governor Debates DEA Chief 
Posted by FoM on September 11, 2001 at 08:14:12 PT
By Matt Mygatt, Associated Press 
Source: Dallas Morning News Gov. Gary Johnson favors regulating marijuana – in the way that tobacco is. The head of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration says that would amount to a boon for cigarette companies. 
"If you like what the tobacco companies did in marketing to our teens and marketing to adults in selling their product, wait until they get a hold of marijuana cigarettes," Asa Hutchinson said Monday in a debate with Mr. Johnson. Posted by FoM on July 03, 1999 at 05:58:11 PT
Good News! 
Source: Go Network News ST. PAUL, Minn. 
Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura signed an omnibus spending bill Thursday that included a mandate seeking federal permission to cultivate hemp, the industrial version of the marijuana plant that is illegal in the United States. The mandate, included as an amendment to House File 878, the House Omnibus State Government Finance Bill, requires state officials to submit an application by September 30, 1999 for federal permits to begin research on growing industrial hemp and establishes a state registry for farmers seeking to grow the crop. 
``Our farmers need to be able to diversify, and adding hemp into their crop rotation is just one option,'' State Rep. Phyllis Kahn said in a statement. Ventura, a member of the Reform Party and former professional wrestler, has previously expressed his support for industrial hemp, which can be used in home building, cosmetics, paper and pulp and other industries.03:13 p.m Jul 02, 1999 Eastern 
Copyright 1999 Reuters Limited.
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Comment #5 posted by mayan on August 04, 2005 at 18:03:32 PT

It seems that special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald might be lucky if he survives the month. It's getting real crazy...deconstructing a false-flag operation: to veer off-topic but I am truly frightened for my country and I hope folks are paying attention to what is going on.
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Comment #4 posted by mayan on August 04, 2005 at 17:26:07 PT

Sorry,unrelated, but this is very important. Time is running out for the neo-cons as their complicity in 9/11 is becoming very well known among the people of the world. Besides, the fascists need a reason to invade Iran and Syria and nobody will fall for the old WMD jive again...More About Those Nuclear Attack Speculations: heat is on and they will do ANYTHING to maintain their 
grip on power...Prosecutor In CIA Leak Case Casting A Wide Net: next link is unconfirmed but if there is any truth to it then the neo-cons are cornered and very dangerous right now... Federal Whistle Blower Claims Chicago Grand Jury Indicted Bush And Others For Perjury and Obstruction Of Justice: are on the very brink of martial law.
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Comment #3 posted by global_warming on August 04, 2005 at 16:36:31 PT

Cucurrucu paloma

LETRA "Cucurrucu paloma" de "Julio Iglesias" 	Dicen que por las noches no más se le iba en puro llorar.
Dicen que no comía, no más se le iba en puro tomar.
Juran que el mismo cielo se estremecía al oír su llanto.
¡Cómo sufrió por ella, que hasta su muerte la fue llamando!"Ay, ay, ay, ay, ay", cantaba.
"Ay, ay, ay, ay, ay", gemía.
"Ay, ay, ay, ay, ay", cantaba.De pasión mortal moría.
Que una paloma triste muy de mañana le va a cantar
a la casita sola con las puertitas de par en par.
Juran que esa paloma no es otra cosa más que su alma,
que él todavía la espera a que regrese, la desdichada.
Cucurrucucú, paloma,
cucurrucucú, no llores.Las piedras jamás, paloma,
qué van a saber de amores.Cucurrucucú, cucurrucucú,
cucurrucucú, paloma,
ya no le llores. 
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Comment #2 posted by runruff on August 04, 2005 at 16:29:38 PT:

Homeland attack.
A good friend of mine who is a Ham radio buff says Europe is buzzing with the rumor that the Muslims are planing a nuclear attack in the US in the next 90 day or less. The Feds know about it but are saying nothing. That old Muslim
Who came out of hiding after 4 years to warn the US to get out of Iraq now isn't kidding. 
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Comment #1 posted by global_warming on August 04, 2005 at 16:12:39 PT

Cannabinoids Could Offer Relief For Inflammatory B
It is so sad they have not found a cure for pig headed ignorance and the greedy bastards that seem to be struggling for that cursed glimmer of power, that is short on time.Money is best spent, for one cannot take power and wealth beyond the Grave.
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