Internet Owns NYPD After They Bragged About Stealing 106 lbs of LEGAL Hemp for Cancer Patients

Internet Owns NYPD After They Bragged About Stealing 106 lbs of LEGAL Hemp for Cancer Patients By Matt Agorist New York, NY — Despite marijuana being legal in some form in over half the country, police officers across the country still take pride in kidnapping, caging, and even killing people they catch with this plant. Despite a major majority of Americans supporting legal weed, cops still go out of their way to prosecute people for possessing it, even CBD. The ridiculous nature of depriving people of their freedom over a…

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Dozens Serving Life in Prison for Weed, as Cops Get No Jail for Kidnapping, Raping Teen

Dozens Serving Life in Prison for Weed, as Cops Get No Jail for Kidnapping, Raping Teen By Matt Agorist If ever you feel that the State has your interests in mind when they provide their mandatory “protection” through this system of law enforcement, consider the following scenario which completely negates that idea. When a system lets a pair of rapist police officers go free while locking people in a cage for life for selling a plant—that system does not have your interests in mind. It has been nearly two years…

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Hawaii Becomes 26th US State To Decriminalize Marijuana

Hawaii Becomes 26th US State To Decriminalize Marijuana By Amanda Froelich Mid-2019, Hawaii became the 26th state to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana. After the bill became law, Hawaii Governor David Ige cautioned that decriminalizing the herb doesn’t mean the state is prepared to legalize recreational use of cannabis. Under the new law, people caught with marijuana will no longer face a misdemeanor charge that had been punishable by up to 30 days in jail and a $1,000 fine. Now, people caught carrying 3 grams or less of marijuana can…

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Illinois Issues First Licenses to Sell Recreational Marijuana as Legalization Draws Near

Illinois Issues First Licenses to Sell Recreational Marijuana as Legalization Draws Near By Elias Marat As Illinois readies itself for the impending legalization of recreational cannabis, which is set to take effect next year, state regulators have awarded the very first licenses to five medical marijuana dispensaries. The five shops, which are dispersed throughout the state, will be allowed to sell limited quantities of recreational marijuana products to adults over the age of 21 beginning January 1, according to the Chicago Tribune. Four of the five licensees are owned by…

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Mexico Wants to Decriminalize All Drugs and Get the US to Do the Same

Mexico Wants to Decriminalize All Drugs and Get the US to Do the Same By Elias Marat In a bold move, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador—commonly referred to by his initials AMLO—has issued a proposal that would see nearly all drugs decriminalized in the country and calls for negotiating with the United States to take similar steps. The move would be a drastic turnaround for a country that has been plunged into violence, corruption, and organized crime thanks to the war on drugs and raging battles between cartels vying…

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Philadelphia District Attorney Wants to Stop Prosecuting People for Drugs

Philadelphia District Attorney Wants to Stop Prosecuting People for Drugs By John Vibes Philadelphia has one of the worst heroin problems in the country, and the city’s District Attorney recently went public with a radical and controversial solution. During an interview with Axios on HBO, which airs next month, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner said he wants to start sending addicts to treatment instead of to prison. Possession is different than dealing, it’s different than carrying a bunch of drugs you intend to sell or deliver later, it’s just possession.…

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Burning Man Threatening to Sue Feds for Turning Festival into Unconstitutional Police State

Burning Man Threatening to Sue Feds for Turning Festival into Unconstitutional Police State By John Vibes As The Free Thought Project reported earlier this week, police from various agencies were more aggressive than ever with searches of Burning Man attendees who were on their way to the festival this year. Police in the region told reporters that they have orders from the federal government to target cars that are on their way to Burning Man and search them for drugs. Organizers of the festival have responded to these reports with…

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To Stop the Cartels, Mexico Strongly Considering the Legalization of ALL Drugs

To Stop the Cartels, Mexico Strongly Considering the Legalization of ALL Drugs By John Vibes This week, Olga Sanchez Cordero, the future interior minister of incoming Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, announced that the government is strongly considering the decriminalization of all drugs. Sanchez Cordero said at a seminar that she has full permission from the incoming administration to do whatever it takes to stop the cartel violence in the country, and ending the drug war is at the top of the list. “On the subject of decriminalizing drugs,…

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