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Are you high meow?

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, August, 3rd 2011 by THCFinder

How many times can you say meow ; ) ?

 


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Florida Teenager Dies in Jail After Being Arrested for Possession of Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Wed, August, 3rd 2011 by THCFinder

Another reason to legalize Marijuana already, we don't need people going to jail and DYING for simple marijuana possession. The police have killed a Teenager because of a harmless plant that has medical value.

This is sad, and avoidable:

On July 2, Eric Perez celebrated his eighteenth birthday. On July 10, his family mourned his untimely death.
 
Mr. Perez suffered a medical emergency while being held at a detention center in Florida. Despite vomiting and crying for help, Mr. Perez was left to suffer for over six hours before receiving medical attention. Tragically, by the time he was seen by emergency personnel, it was too late. So what was Mr. Perez doing in a detention center to begin with? The non-violent act of possessing a small amount of marijuana.
 
On the night of July 9, police stopped Mr. Perez for riding his bicycle without a night-light. Police searched Mr. Perez and found the marijuana. Mr. Perez was on probation for a “years old” robbery charge and was cuffed and sent to a detention center. It was in this detention center that he breathed his last breath.
 

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One week after police find marijuana growing in Florida mayor's yard she shuts down the whole force

Category: News | Posted on Wed, August, 3rd 2011 by THCFinder

An 84-year-old mayor who was found by a police chief with marijuana plants in her garden has fired the entire department.

City commissioners voted 3-2 Monday night in favour of closing the department. 
The controversy came to the forefront earlier this month when Mayor Mary Lee Cook told officials she believed someone from the police force planted marijuana on her property.
 
The Volusia County Sheriff's Office began handling emergency calls from Oak Hill Monday night.
The mayor called the special meeting, and presented a number of complaints against Police Chief Diane Young.
During the discussion, commissioners decided it would be best to 'terminate the entire department.'
Mayor Mary Lee Cook of Oak Hill, Florida, said that the marijuana plants narcotics agents found growing near a fence in her yard were placed there by someone looking to damage her reputation.
 
Speaking to Fox News, officer Manny Perez said: 'One of the first things they tell you is this is a thankless job and today that really hits home.'
Two weeks ago, narcotics agents from the sheriff’s department asked to search the mayor’s home, having been informed that she was growing marijuana.
The 84-year-old mayor says that the agents found and seized a few ‘scrawny’ marijuana plants in individual containers.
The sheriff’s office report notes that 10 marijuana plants in total were discovered. 
A spokesman from the sheriff’s department says that Mayor Cook has not been charged and that investigators do not believe she was aware of the drugs on her property.
 
 
(Sourcehttp://www.dailymail.co.uk Photo: fox news

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Waka Flocka Flame Cited For Marijuana Possession

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, August, 3rd 2011 by THCFinder
For the second time in a month, "Hard in Da Paint" rapper Waka Flocka Flame (born Juaquin James Malphurs) has been cited for drug possession.
 
According to TMZ, Waka was pulled over by Atlanta police on Tuesday for a routine traffic violation. When officers asked him to step out of the vehicle so they could cuff him, they allegedly found a small amount of marijuana on the floor of his white Chevy Tahoe.
 
Though a spokesperson for the Atlanta PD could not be reached for comment at press time, TMZ reported that the MC was cited for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and failure to wear a seat belt. After being booked on the charges, he was released from custody a short time later. A spokesperson for the rapper had not returned requests for comment at press time.
 
Waka was also arrested on July 23 in Queens, New York, for similar charges (criminal possession of marijuana), when he was allegedly found with marijuana while in the parking lot of the Coliseum Mall. It appeared that he was released without charge in that case.
 
In addition, Waka turned himself in to Georgia authorities on January 4 to face weapons and drug charges and was released 48 hours later after posting bail. A grand jury decided in May that there was not enough evidence to pursue those charges.
 
It's been a colorful year for the "No Hands" star, as he was also allegedly the intended victim in a shooting that took place at a stereo store in North Carolina in February, during which his tour bus was hit with bullets. Prosecutors eventually dropped the charges against the six men detained in that incident, saying witnesses could not clearly identify the suspects.
 

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Christie approves medical marijuana for New Jersey

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, August, 3rd 2011 by THCFinder
State law to move forward while feds said to have other priorities
 
The state will move forward on putting its 2010 medical marijuana law into action, despite apparent conflict with federal law the controlled dangerous substance, according to a statement from the governor.
 
“I have instructed the Commissioner of Health to move forward as expeditiously as possible to implement the medical marijuana program in New Jersey,” said Gov. Chris Christie on July 19.
 
According to Christie, the conflict with federal law does not leave medical marijuana suppliers and distributors at risk for prosecution under federal law. “…[I]n the end, I do feel uniquely situated compared to probably a number of my predecessors who are hanging on the walls in this room to make an evaluation of what federal law enforcement would and would not do in the context of all of the facts and circumstances that are here,” said Christie.
 
“It is clear that we have been careful with this legislation and its regulations,” said Sen. Jeff Van Drew (D-Cape May/Cumberland/Atlantic). “This is the strictest law on medical marijuana in the country. It meets a need for critically ill people. And, the governor has been careful to protect New Jerseyans relying on this law.”
 
In March, Christie requested that the state's Attorney General write to the U.S. Attorney General to “…seek clarification for a state like ours that already had passed a medical marijuana law and had already promulgated regulations and awarded dispensaries to deal with the implementation of the program.”
 

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Lake Forest shuts down two more pot shops

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, August, 3rd 2011 by THCFinder
LAKE FOREST – Two more medical marijuana dispensaries will be closed following settlement agreements reached with the city, officials announced on Wednesday.
 
The settlement agreements include a permanent injunction against the use of property located in the city in violation of the city's municipal code, state law, federal law including the possession, cultivation or distribution of marijuana in the city, City Attorney Scott Smith said.
 
Pelican Investments LLC, the current owner of a building in which Vale Tudu Cafe operates at 24601 Raymond Way, has agreed to start eviction proceedings immediately, Smith said.
 
In the agreement reached with the city, no new marijuana shops are allowed to open in the building. The landlord has also agreed to investigate any other suspected pot shops on any other property owned within the city.
 
In another settlement Lake Forest Patients Collective at 24602 Raymond Way, Ste. 208.and its owner Steve Fennell have agreed to immediately shut down.
 
"We are pleased with the two judgments and will continue to pursue litigation against existing business operators, leasing agents and property owners," Smith said. "These judgments should serve as a warning to any potential business operator and property owner that
marijuana stores violate the city's zoning ode and that the city will tale legal action close these illegal businesses."
 
Smith said that 10 dispensaries are still operating in the city. The city is in litigation with all of these.
 

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