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AC/DC Cannabis Conviction Overturned

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, April, 1st 2011 by THCFinder
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd had his cannabis conviction quashed by a court in his adopted home base of New Zealand.
 
Last December the 56-year-old was convicted of possessing 27 grams of marijuana on his boat and fined NZ$250 (US$190).
 
But the Tauranga District Court agreed March 31 to wipe his record after Rudd’s attorney argued that the conviction restricted the drummer’s ability to enter territories like North America and Japan.
 
Judge Alayne Wills agreed that Rudd’s offense was at the “lower end of the scale.” Rudd had to pay NZ$1,500 to cover the prosecutor’s costs.
 
Money and fame come with power...
 

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Cheech and Chong shoe planned for release on 4-20

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, March, 31st 2011 by THCFinder

This Dunk Hi salutes the world's two most famous stoners - Cheech and Chong. The legendary comedy duo has been the subject of film and music dating back to the 70s that is based on their love for the stickiest of the icky.

 

In addition to the white canvas upper, the heels are designed after the signature headwear worn in the movie 'Up In Smoke' by Cheech and Chong, while the use of what appears to be denim is a callout to their gear as well. Accompanying the kicks are two sets of interchangeable black and green laces.

 

 

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Willie Nelson won't sing in court after all

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, March, 30th 2011 by THCFinder
The appeal by a West Texas county attorney to have Willie Nelson sing in exchange for leniency has been dismissed by Judge Beck Dean-Walker as a joke that went out of hand.
 
Attorney Kit Bramblett suggested that Willie Nelson’s recent charge for possession of marijuana be dropped down to a misdemeanor count if he paid a small fine and sang the song Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain, from Nelson’s album Red Headed Stranger, to the court at a later date. 
 
In November 2010, the 77-year-old country icon and pro-marijuana activist was on a tour bus en route to California through Texas, when a border agent smelled marijuana and discovered a three-ounce stash, which Nelson admitted was his. He was then taken to the Hudspeth County jail, where he was warned that he could spend up to 180 days behind bars.
 
This is one of many marijuana-related legal hiccups for Nelson, but it appears that this judge isn’t keen on taking it lightly. Or maybe she just isn’t a country fan.
 

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Doctor Oz Smokes Out the Medical Marijuana Debate!

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, March, 29th 2011 by THCFinder

On the Dr Oz show today, Doctor Oz focused on the hot debate concerning medical marijuana. His guest was Montel Williams, who has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and who is fighting for legalized medical marijuana, since it provides relief for his condition. Additionally, Montel says that no more plaque has formed in his brain, leading to the conclusion that using marijuana has halted the progression of his MS. He is fighting to help find a cure for multiple sclerosis, and says it’s time for the federal government to make medical marijuana legal!

Montel took a shot at President Obama on today’s show as well, saying that the president has never worn a uniform and Montel has…so how dare the President deny him the use of a medicine that works for his condition.

Another guest on the show, Dr. Andrea Barthwell who is a former director of the White House National Drug Control Policy, says that she co-chaired a study that reviewed the literature on the safety of medical marijuana. Their study found that one: they can’t support the use of smoking any drug; two: wherever medical marijuana is in use, the illegal use of it expands and three: young people are the most vulnerable to that.

Another guest, Dr. Donald Abrams, who is an oncologist and a medical marijuana researcher, says that his patients are fighting for their lives. As far as smoking it, he considers it an “inhaled” drug, like those used by asthmatic patients. He and Montel insist that smoking marijuana appears to even decrease the risk of lung cancer!

Then Dr. Oz went back to Dr. Barthwell, and said that she has been involved with a company who is looking at taking some of the elements of marijuana and purifying them. Montel jumped in and said no, she was hired by a medicinal marijuana company from outside of the United States to ensure that patients outside the U.S. have access to safe and effective medicine, as opposed to people here at home. Dr. Barthwell said that the products have not passed the FDA, because our standards are different from those in countries where those products have passed, such as the U.K. and Canada.

An audience member who works as a school nurse pointed out that in areas where marijuana has been legalized for medical use, the perceived risk of using it goes down, so use goes up in the kids. They don’t think there’s anything wrong with it because it’s prescribed by doctors.

Dr. Barthwell’s greatest fear for legalized medical marijuana is having a medicine available outside the closed loop of FDA approval (which regulates its dispensation) causes patients to have to buy it from street vendors.

Montel pointed out that prescription medications like Oxycontin, Percocet, Adderall and Valium are the most addictive and abused substances out there, especially among high school kids. The audience applauded.

 

Doctor Oz summed up that if we’re going to make medical marijuana legal, then we need to make it legal. “It’s not fair to pass laws that make it look like it’s legal, and then not be able to give people what they need,” he said. States need a system to control who can prescribe marijuana and who can use it. Marijuana is not as addictive as other drugs, “but it’s darn addictive,” he said, and it needs to be strictly regulated.

Fundamentally, Dr. Oz says it should be used to give patients their lives back, not to take their lives away.

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Rapper Rick Ross charged with marijuana possession

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, March, 28th 2011 by THCFinder
SHREVEPORT, La. - Rapper Rick Ross has been arrested in Louisiana on a marijuana possession charge.
 
Police spokesman Bill Goodin said Monday that Ross, whose real name is William Roberts II, was issued a misdemeanor summons and released after Friday night's arrest.
 
Roberts, known for such albums as "Teflon Don" and "Deeper Than Rap," was arrested after police responded to a complaint about the smell of marijuana at the Hilton Hotel.
 
Upon checking, Goodin said police confiscated 1 gram of what investigators believed to be marijuana.
 
An official with the rapper's record label did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
 

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Willie Nelson offered to sing his way to freedom from drug charges

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Sat, March, 26th 2011 by THCFinder
Country music legend Willie Nelson was offered a sweet deal by West Texas prosecutors Friday, attempting to resolve his November 26 arrest for marijuana charges by making him sing in the court room.
 
County Attorney Kit Bramblett recommended the singer plead guilty, pay fines and sing “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain,” reports the Associated Press. Bramblett made his recommendations to Hudspeth County's Judge Becky Dean-Walker, who accordignto the AP, “specifically demanded that Nelson appear in court instead of pleading by mail.”
 
Bramblett told the AP that the judge would really like to meet him.
 
Nelson was busted at a  border checkpoint in Sierra Blanca on November 26, last year. Police smelled marijuana and searched the bus with K-9’s, finding a few ounces of marijuana.
 

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