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CANADIAN TO FILE CHARGES AGAINST MARIJUANA ACTIVIST IN BID TO THWART EXTRADITION BY U.S. AUTHORITIESFriday, September 30th, 2005
VANCOUVER – A private citizen says he’s filing charges Friday against marijuana activist Marc Emery and two of his associates, partly because that will throw a wrench into the United States’ plans to extradite the trio to face drug charges in that country.
Legislation permitting B.C. Hydro to furnish information on residential customers using suspiciously high amounts of electricity is likely to be introduced next spring to aid municipalities seeking to stamp out marijuana-growing operations.
Ted Smith says he was relieved by decision By Richard Watts Times Colonist staff Ted Smith, Victoria’s high-profile champion for medical marijuana, has beaten a trafficking charge on appeal. Smith said Friday the result is a huge relief for him and the other members of the Victoria Cannabis Buyer’s Club, a compassion club that supplies [...]
Editor: Wherever did John Martin get the idea that more draconian punishments would somehow deter the ruffians in charge of the drug black market? I was stunned to get to the end of the diatribe on “meth producers getting another break from do-nothing libs” to discover that for all the ignorance I read, the author [...]
Slain Cops’ Kin Make Appeal Parliament Hill Families of four Alberta RCMP officers ambushed and murdered last March want the federal government to formally dump its pot bill and get tougher on violent crime.
AMHERST – A Maccan man who says he was growing marijuana to help himself and 300 others with medical conditions including cancer has asked to be tried in Nova Scotia Supreme Court on three charges stemming from a police raid on his property last month that netted more than 1,200 marijuana plants.
My 36-year-old wife used to get migraines. As an epileptic, she got them pretty often and they were truly ferocious.
Ted Smith says he was relieved by decision BY RICHARD WATTS Times Colonist staff Ted Smith, Victoria’s high-profile champion for medical marijuana, has beaten a trafficking charge on appeal. Smith said Friday the result is a huge relief for him and the other members of the Victoria Cannabis Buyers’ Club, a compassion club that supplies [...]
Carrying a needle into a park or any public place, or crack pipe or marijuana bong, will soon be illegal under a new bylaw about to go before Maple Ridge politicians.
Dear Sir: Re: Regina v. Leon Edward SMITH Conviction Appeal Court of Appeal File No CA 032823 VIA COURIER Having reviewed the transcript and appeal books in the above noted-matter, the Crown has concluded that you should have been granted leave to cross-examine the drug analyst in order to explore the analysis of the substances [...]« Previous Entries