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By "Radical" Russ Belville on December 30, 2011
Before we get started, let me make clear that this list is not “The Best People” or “The Worst People” or “The Most Important People”. It is also not NORML’s official endorsement or condemnation of anyone listed. This is merely my review of some of the personal stories in cannabis law reform, some whom you’ll recognize, others who appear briefly in a news report and are forgotten, that I felt needed recognition. In fact, if you count them up, it’s more than ten people.
Posted in ACTIVISM, ENTERTAINMENT, FAMILIES, GOVERNMENT, LAW ENFORCEMENT, LEGISLATION, LITIGATION, SCIENCE | Tagged ACLU of Washington, Alison Holcomb, Andrew DeAngelo, Barney Frank, brian schweitzer, CelebStoner.com, Chris Christie, Gary Johnson, Harborside, Harborside Health Center, Henry Walter Wooten, John McKay, Kathleen Chippi, Laura Kriho, Oklahoma, Patricia Spottedcrow, Pete Holmes, Richard Lee, Rick Steves, Robert Chase, Ron Paul, Steve Bloom, Steven DeAngelo, Weed Wars, Willie Nelson | 4 Responses
By "Radical" Russ Belville on July 20, 2011
It’s a good thing Casey Anthony wasn’t caught growing or selling marijuana or she’d still be in prison today. Casey Anthony walks free today. Dr. Mollie Fry is two months into a five year federal prison sentence, she and her husband bankrupted from court costs, lawyer fees, and appeals. Upon release in 2016, they’ll be approaching age 60 with a felony record and forbidden to work in the professions they’ve worked all their lives. (For more information on the Dr. Fry case and to make a donation or purchase a t-shirt to help support the family, please visit FreeDocFry.com) Caylee Anthony is dead, her killer unpunished, while two fifty-something grandparents are punished for following a state law in order to help severely ill people.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on February 22, 2011
Patricia Marilyn Spottedcrow, a 25-year-old mother of four, and her mother, Delita Starr, 50, sold an $11 dime bag to a police informant in Oklahoma on Dec. 31, 2009. The informant returned two weeks later to buy $20 of marijuana. Spottedcrow was given sentences of 10 years in prison for distribution and two years for possession, to run concurrently.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on February 21, 2011
Justin Rivera from Medical Cannabis Bilingual Show (en ingles y español); President’s Day history of hemp, cannabis, and prohibition; music by Smallfish Adventures.
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