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Marijuana Activists take justice into their own hands

Discussion in 'Marijuana News From Around The Globe' started by TheLoneRaptor, Mar 11, 2013.


    TheLoneRaptor Member

    Looks like a lot of people have reached their breaking point when it comes to being prosecuted by the "law" when it comes to weed. And it seems the system might have finally stepped on the wrong ant pile... Check the link, this guy is promising to continue expose every cop, DA, and judge's personal info if laws do not change.. maybe they should have just left us ole' pot smokers alone eh? lol

    Hugo Phurst

    Hugo Phurst Well-Known Member

    What is this...spam?

    Ganjapussy New Member

    I was fighting for everyone to shut the fuck up and stop trying to get it legal(here in WA) now that it is everyones being bent over with high prices. HAHAHA!! I warned you cockroaches!!
    Rancho Cucamonga

    Rancho Cucamonga Active Member

    I'm not understanding this. Marijuana rec or med is not legal in Arkansas. Hemp(not marijuana) is being researched there for future use but as to date any police officer, prosecutor or judge has to follow the law during sentencing and the laws there are quite strict. Many types of minimum mandatory sentencing exist there. That story you linked is not a story, it's a type of blog that is just going off and posting the phone numbers and possible addresses of people who have no control over the law. Then there is some Texas numbers and addresses there, not sure what the person who posted this blog is trying to do. They look to be angry and confused.
    Whoever this person is, they need to direct their anger and cause toward the politicians of the state that wrote the laws, not those forced to enforce it.

    Again, this isn't a news story, it's a personal blog posted to some site called pastebin. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm:confused:
    Rancho Cucamonga

    Rancho Cucamonga Active Member

    I don't think anyone is truly defending police, judges and the state courts in general. As for myself I just tried to inform you that in Arkansas there are mandatory minimum sentences in most drug cases, the judge has no discretion when sentencing in those cases even if they want to be lenient. It's almost the same for police except police can choose to ignore a crime, but if they ignore a crime that is on the books they face harsh consequences and should probably chose another career.
    I gave a factual response, not a emotional one.

    sunni Administrator Staff Member

    You are freaking out sir, you're new and you have little posts first poster was asking a question is this spam as in is this link safe to open and you decided to jump on him like a shark in bloody water,
    You need to relax you blew this completely out of proportion. You cannot talk to our members that that
    joe macclennan

    joe macclennan Well-Known Member

    Tell us how you really feel Mr. Montana.:joint:

    OGEvilgenius Well-Known Member

    True, but at the same time, if the judge has vested interests in the private prison he's sending people, every single case he's ever been involved with should be tossed. Straight up. Probably the judge should be looking at major jail time too in a reasonable world, but he might be able to get away with it legally as long as they can't prove there were any additional payouts under the table (which has been known to happen).
    Twitch. likes this.

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