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Top Court Frees Police To Use Infrared Devices: Finding Marijuana Grow-ops Through Thermal Equipment Acceptable, Judges Rule.Saturday, October 30th, 2004
The Globe and Mail By Kirk Makin Saturday, October 30, 2004 – Page A12. The Supreme Court of Canada put marijuana enforcement ahead of privacy yesterday, freeing police to use sophisticated heat-detection equipment to ferret out indoor growing operations.
Herald Sun By Cindy Wockner (in Bali) Oct 31 2004 Bali police will charge Australian student Schapelle Corby with drug smuggling under legislation that carries the death penalty.
By Christian Lloyd Bell From Cannabis Digest Fall 2004 (Issue #4). Marijuana is indigenous to and originates from Taiwan and Korea. Pharmacist and emperor Shen Nung used it as an anesthetic 5,000 years ago in China.
By Steve Pittner From Cannabis Digest Fall 2004 (Issue #4). The US presidential election is carefully being watched in this country by many who have concerns about the bud bashing Bush brigade with it’s war on drugs, terrorism and exaggerated home land security fear mongering. Alaska has flip-flopped so often on the possession laws, it [...]
by Ted Smith From Cannabis Digest Fall 2004 (Issue #4). After waiting almost four years, I am possibly going to have a trial regarding my arrest on Nov 15, 2000 at an annual pot cookie giveaway.
by Steve Kindred From Cannabis Digest Fall 2004 (Issue #4). International Medical Marijuana Day is a special day for people that need marijuana for their health. On that day we proclaim our right to use cannabis.
by Gayle Quin From Cannabis Digest Fall 2004 (Issue #4). The best news in the history of the CBC of C occurred when Ted and Colby’s trafficking charges from the raid at the club in Jan 2002 were stayed on Sept 7. The decision has not been appealed by the Crown, Colby is free of [...]
by Ted Smith From Cannabis Digest Fall 2004 (Issue #4). Relief swept through the room when the judicial stay was quickly read in court record this fall, validating the bold persistence of the CBC of C over the past 8 years.
We are going to share the delicious and nutritious Budda Ball Recipe. First you put 4 cups of Rolled Oats, 3 cups of coconut, 1 ‘/a cups unsalted raw or roasted Sunflower Seeds, 3 cups Soy Protein Concentrate, and 75g. or 4 tbsp. Hemp protein. Mix thoroughly and then make a bowl shape with the [...]
By Judy Harrison Bangor Daily News October 28, 2004. A Canadian man remained Wednesday in Penobscot County Jail after being arrested on Monday when border agents found nearly $172,000 in U.S. currency in his minivan. Harry Stowe Smith, 27, of Fredericton, New Brunswick, was charged Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Bangor with bulk cash [...]« Previous Entries