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Daughter Of DEA Head Busted As A Drug Lord

Category: News | Posted on Sat, December, 5th 2015 by THCFinder

Head of the DEA in Beaumont, Texas, Bill Furay has been a prominent figure in busting drug cartels along the Mexican/American border for over five years. However, this time the newspaper headline for the latest drug arrest was his daughter – irony enough to make a complete embarrassment of the DEA once again.

It does pluck a curiosity to wonder what Furay´s opinion of the war on drugs is now, with his daughter on the receiving end of three drug felony sentences. The man who has been putting people in jail for trafficking drugs is now watching his daughter be put away for the same crime.

Well, she walks almost on the same path as her father. Although she has not been putting drug dealers away, she has been on the flipside of the coin as a drug dealer for quite some time. She sold drugs including LSD, cocaine, speed and marijuana.

Read More:http://www.thestonerscookbook.com/article/2015/12/05/dea-heads-daughter-busted-as-a-drug-lord/


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What if God Smoked Cannabis?

Category: Fun | Posted on Sat, December, 5th 2015 by THCFinder


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Arrested Hawaii Medical Marijuana Collective Owner Launches Fundraising Campaign

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, December, 5th 2015 by THCFinder

hawaii medical marijuanaI received the following press release:

Big Island man Mike Ruggles launched a crowdfunding campaign this week to help pay for legal fees after being arrested for opening Hawaii’s first medical marijuana collective. Ruggles says this is an opportunity to help set legal precedence to establish medical marijuana collectives in Hawaii.

Ruggles had opened the Alternative Pain Management Pu’uhonua Collective on January 2nd, where patients with a medical marijuana certification could transfer marijuana between themselves. In order to stay in compliance with the 4 ounce limit members could dispose of their excess marijuana to other members in need. According to former nurse and collective volunteer Brittany Neal, “the marijuana itself was not ‘sold’ but rather ‘transferred’ for just compensation at a cost set by each member that included the electricity, fertilizer, and other direct costs that went into creating the marijuana.”

Collective members also had access to tinctures, concentrates, a MyDx purity testing machine, a vacuum purge oven, and consultation on cultivation, processing, and consumption of medical marijuana.

After the police raided and arrested Ruggles on September 10th, the collective has since closed, and Hawaii marijuana patients are back to finding medicine through the black market or going without. Ruggles is being charged with running an “unpermitted dispensary” and is facing 77 years in prison. According the Indiegogo campaign page, Ruggles had “noticed a change in the definition of ‘medical use’ in Hawaii’s medical marijuana law and combined with State and Federal laws, saw an opportunity for patients to help each other.”

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/arrested-hawaii-medical-marijuana-collective-owner-launches-fundraising-campaign/


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Pakistan: Anti-Pot Repression Proves Pointless

Category: News | Posted on Sat, December, 5th 2015 by THCFinder

Pakistan's Anti-Narcotic Force (ANF) on Nov. 20 announced the latest in a string of of mega-scale hashish busts in recent months. A 4.2-ton haul was reported from a "desolate site" near the mountain village of Tehsil Gulistan, in Qilla Abdullah district of Balochistan province. Authorities said the mega-stash had been deposited along with a smaller quantity of heroin in a hidden spot behind bushes for traffickers to collect for export. 

The ongoing mega-busts come amid a major paramilitary crackdown in Pakistan's hashish heartland, the Tirah Valley in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas near the Afghan border. The valley typically produces at least 100 tons of hash annually, but it has now been flooded with soldiers and militiamen—who since September have been raiding farms, establishing road check-points and seizing product from roadside stands and marketplace stalls that have traditionally sold the stuff. "In the land of towering pot plants, Pakistani farmers brace for a buzz-kill," read the witty Washington Post headline as the soldiers poured in. 

The hashish crackdown punctuates a military campaign against the Taliban in the Tribal Areas that has left over a million internally displaced since it was launched over a year agoAl Jazeera reported in June. But it doesn't seem to have slowed the flow of hashish out of the Tirah Valley.

Source:http://www.hightimes.com/read/pakistan-anti-pot-repression-proves-pointless


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