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Maui police lobbying against medical marijuana on duty in uniform | The NORML Stash Blog

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  3. Kyle Vogt

    As a former law enforcement officer, I find this to be outrageous that the local government would even tolerate such gross misuse of office, time, energy and funds.This officer is the chief law enforcement officer in his community, it is his responsibility to train and deploy his officers so as to enforce existing laws and policing the community, thereby making if safer. Is violent crime so low and budget surpluses so high that the city can spare it’s officers to take time away from public safety to pass out pamphlets at a walmart? It’s bad enough that true police work has been hijacked by the failed war on drugs, but now politics too? How are we the people to retain any respect for law enforcement if they continue down this dangerous road of subversion?
    His actions are reprehensible, he brings discredit upon his office, his profession and all those serving under his misguided direction.

    Kyle Vogt
    former resident of Oahu, HI.
    Veteran United States Army Military Police
    member & speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
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  4. Jayelle Farmer

    Totally outrageous. I read a case recently on how a probation officer was fired for his pro-legislate cannabis views, as he did not add a waiver to his blog posts saying that his opinions were not that of the probation service and right here we have employed law enforcement officers working on behalf of DoJ prohibition policy in broad daylight.

    Does Hawaii have a Police Complaints Service over there? If so, Hawaii campaigners need to line up to the firing line and get some complaints in the works.

    Hawaii folk – CAMPAIGN HARD!!!

  5. Leonard Krivitsky, MD

    Medical Canna-business will grow and flourish, regardless of all the obstacles thrown it way. From the Holistic point of view Cannabis is markedly pro-evolutionary, as it increases appetite, induces rest, suppresses violent urges and enhances sexual experience. Cannabis is not physically addictive, as it lacks the documented “physical withdrawal” syndrome, necessary for a physical dependence determination. The so-called “gateway drug” theory has already been determined to be invalid, and the recent scientific study declared it “half-baked”. Drug Marinol is NOT medical marijuana (and it would seem that any reasonable person would understand this), as the whole plant has over 70 active compounds, therapeutically interacting with one another in many intricate and complex ways. It is very important to stress again and again that Cannabis use, as opposed to alcohol use, suppresses violent urges and behaviors, and that any increased anti-Cannabis repression in this country will be accompanied by increase in drinking, hard drug use, and violence, including among young people. Now, to say that Cannabis plant does not have medicinal properties is the same as to say that the earth is flat, and this would simply not be considered a “rational” statement. Would then the fact that Shafer Commission recommended an immediate decriminalization of marijuana back in 1972, or the fact that Judge Francis Young called marijuana “one of the safest therapeutically-active substances known to man” really surprise anyone? I don’t think so. To win this struggle, just like with all Civil Rights struggles, we will need to overcome the “consciousness of fear”, and repeat the TRUTH about Cannabis again and again, until the necessary “qualitative shift” occurs in our common consciousness, and we will be amazed that the ridiculous Cannabis prohibition really lasted for as long as it did!

  6. ray christl cambodia medical kanja

    We should sue him…when we get to O’ahu for our outreach and Roger Christie–Pastor Ray back in Hawai’i on this played out rhetoric is soooo lame…Remember this guy and he’s NOT very bright. Police can’t politicize against the people.

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