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O, Cannabis Tree! Police find decorated plant during bust Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF 
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Hippies enjoy celebrating Christmas too, police in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate said on Wednesday after they were stunned to find a two-metre marijuana plant decked out in twinkling lights during a drug bust.

“A hippie celebrates Christmas too ... just differently,” read the report, which was entitled “All you need is love,” because it fell on the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's death.

Narcotics detectives stumbled on the unusual Christmas tree while searching the home of an “old 68er,” a reference to the groups of young students and workers who participated in political protests across Germany in 1968.

The man "more or less willingly" handed over 150 grammes of marijuana to the officers, but a further look around the apartment in the tiny town of Montabaur near Koblenz revealed a “peculiar 'Christmas tree'.”

The man had put a two-metre tall pot plant in a tree stand and adorned it with Christmas lights.

“In response to questions by the dumbfounded officers, the hashish fan confirmed that the ‘tree’ would be decorated further and, on Christmas, gifts would be arranged underneath according to tradition,” the statement said.

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, December 14, 2010 @ 13:39:03 EST (1016 reads)

Dope Sick Love New York Junkies  Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF 
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Credit: Reuters/Robert Galbraith

Small marijuana plants, available for sale, are shown in a medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, California June 30, 2010.

Peter Henderson

SAN FRANCISCO

Hopes that California will become the first state in the nation to legalize marijuana appear to be turning into a pipe dream.

Voters plan to oppose a measure on the November 2 ballot to legalize marijuana use by 53 percent to 43 percent, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Tuesday that showed a big change of sentiment from June.

Liberally inclined and financially troubled, California was the first state to flout federal law and legalize marijuana for medical use, and a Reuters/Ipsos poll in June showed voters nearly evenly divided on the measure to legalize sales and recreational use, known as Proposition 19.

Marijuana use has taken off like a weed in California since voters in 1996 approved the drug for medical use. Doctors in markets including Oakland and Los Angeles are in price wars to provide medical referrals, which have fallen below $100, and Oakland in particular is setting up rules for the creation and taxation of marijuana-growing facilities.

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No Accepted Medical Use? Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF 
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Three Perspectives on Medical Cannabis

Reason TV

The U.S. government classifies marijuana—along with heroin and LSD—as a Schedule I drug, the most tightly restricted category of drugs in the United States. According to the federal government, Schedule I drugs are unsafe and have “no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States.”

Really?

As medical marijuana proponents have pointed out since the Controlled Substances Act was passed by Congress in 1970, cannabis has been used medicinally for thousands of years, and there has never been a reported case of a marijuana overdose. Moreover, in recent years clinical researchers around the world have demonstrated the medicinal value of cannabis.

We talked to a doctor, a pharmacist, and a patient to get three firsthand perspectives on medical cannabis. Special thanks to Dr. Donald Abrams, JoAnna LaForce and Don Grubbs.

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Four Federal Bureau of Investigation employees have been arrested for allegedly concealing steroid use on government documents.

Three of the employees arrested Wednesday were special agents, and the fourth was an intelligence analyst. Prosecutors say the arrests stem from false statements made on medical forms that are used to evaluate an employee's fitness for duty.

Officials with the U.S. Attorney's Office say the employees received numerous prescriptions for anabolic steroids and human growth hormone without medical necessities.

The arrested employees include Washington field office special agents 42-year-old James Drew Barnett, and 42-year-old Katia Litton.

Litton's husband Matthew Litton, a special agent in the Critical Incident Response Group and intelligence analyst 45-year-old Ali Sawan were also arrested.

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So this is how these glorified lawyers and accountants get so musclebound. It isn't from good, clean living... sigh

Posted by Southern on Wednesday, September 22, 2010 @ 23:52:48 EDT (1040 reads)

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The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department showed off what drug agents took in Gilroy last week.  They also said that it was the largest seizure of methamphetamine in United States history.

More than 600 pounds of pure crystal meth was laid out on tables, along with 15 pounds of cocaine. The meth alone has a street value of $200 million.

The drugs were seized Thursday at a drug lab in a Gilroy home.

Investigators said the lab is part of a Mexican drug cartel, and was being run by associates in Sacramento. Officials said the case began in Sacramento with some drug arrests two years ago.

It was believed to be the prime hub of meth production and distribution for the entire Central Valley.

It took a year of investigation for a task force of local, state and federal agents to make the bust. Sacramento County Sheriff's Department Lt. Fred Links said he has never seen a more workable relationship in the past eight to 10 years than the one with the agencies involved.

The intelligence that was gathered led them to the Gilroy drug lab where police first arrested three Mexican nationals. By the next morning, seven were in custody awaiting trial in federal court. One person remains on the run.

The Mexican nationals face life in prison if found guilty.

While law enforcement called it a disruption of a major drug operation in the U.S., they said there is still more that needs to be broken up.

KSBW

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