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KURTIS BLOW SAYS MARIJUANA BUST REPORTS ARE 'NOT TRUE'

Category: News | Posted on Fri, December, 3rd 2010 by THCFinder

Yesterday The BoomBox reported that hip-hop legend Kurtis Blow was busted for marijuana possession at Los Angeles' LAX airport, but according to the rapper-turned-preacher, those reports are false. Not long after the news broke via TMZ.com, Blow took to his Twitter page to discredit the story. 



"What is this I hear 'bout me being busted for weed at the airport?" he wrote Thursday. "Not true. Isn't weed legal in California? TMZ is bugging." The New York native went on to ponder if his 500 new followers had anything to do with the story.

The 51-year-old was caught with the substance after an airport screening machine uncovered "an anomaly" in his pants. Since he was found to be in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, the New York native was only ticketed for the offense. Since neither TMZ, nor airport officials have denied the original report, Blow may be attempting to hide the incident because the negative publicity contrasts his current position as an ordained minister. 

 

(Source: theboombox.com)


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Prepared Pot Is No Match For Police Sniffer Dog

Category: News | Posted on Thu, December, 2nd 2010 by THCFinder

A passenger on a public was recently arrested by the police whilst in possession of roughly 130,000 dollars worth of marijuana, The passenger had tried to hide the smell of the drug with pepper. The 22 years old passenger was caught with cannabis and ecstasy after arriving in Alice Springs on a bus from Adelaide. The man is currently being charged with drug possession and supplying commercial quantities of both drugs. 

 

 

 

He is currently waiting to appear in the Alice Springs Magistrates court. The detective acting superintendent Lauren Hill says the drugs were found by a police sniffer dog. Lauren Hill continued to say “People try to conceal drugs in many forms and in many ways,” "The drug dogs pick up the scent quite easily.”It is difficult for people to conceal the scent of marijuana. "It's too easy for the dog to pick it up."


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ACLU Sueing Cities Over Medical Marijuana Ban

Category: News | Posted on Thu, December, 2nd 2010 by THCFinder

The ACLU is filing a lawsuit against three Michigan Communities that have banned the state approved distribution and use of Medical Marijuana. They claim the cities are violating state law, by not allowing a practice that was approved by an overwhelming majority of the state’s residents. They are suing Livonia, Birmingham, and Bloomfield Hills, but they could have just as easily included others that have taken similar positions.

 

 

 

The cities claim the state law is too vague and could lead to abuses. The ACLU says that cities can’t pick and choose which laws they will abide by, and reject others. The ruling will help clarify the law, which many agree is confusing and needs focusing on, The ruling shall be announced fairly soon due to the high profile that the case is and also due the certain fact that medical marijuana supports thousands of patients all around the state.


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ACDC Drummer Convicted Of Cannabis Possession

Category: News | Posted on Wed, December, 1st 2010 by THCFinder

The famous ACDC drummer Phil Rudd has lost his bid to escape a criminal conviction after he was caught with 25 grams of cannabis on his launch berther at Tauranga Bridge Marina. Rudd who appeared in Tauranga District Court yesterday under his birth name Phillip Hugh Witschke, pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of cannabis and name suppression was lifted. 

 

 

 

He was fined $250 plus $132.89 court costs. The court was told that on October 7 when police executed a search warrant they found a total of 25 grams of marijuana on board. Witschke told police it was for his personal use. His lawyer Craig Tuck sought a discharge without conviction arguing that the consequences of a conviction would far outweigh the consequences of his client's crime, which he said was a lower end of scale in terms of its criminality.

Mr Tuck said in the last nine months Witschke had travelled to more than 20 countries and his many business interests required him to travel extensively. A conviction could seriously affect his ability to enter some countries, he said. 


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House Votes Down On Medical Marijuana Use

Category: News | Posted on Wed, December, 1st 2010 by THCFinder

The Illinois House has voted against the legislation of medical marijuana that would have approved the use of marijuana to ease pain or nausea because of illness. The long debated issue got just 53 of the 60 votes it needed for approval on Tuesday. Democratic Rep. Lou Lang used a procedure to postpone consideration of the measure to another time. 

 

 

 

The bill would allow people to get permission from a physician and the Department of Public Health to have marijuana plants in their home and use it for treating the symptoms of AIDS, cancer, glaucoma and other illnesses. Unfortunately other critics say that there are currently other drugs on the market that can ease pain in more or less the same manor and that Lang's bill doesn't address medical treatment  just possession of pot. The Senate OK'd the bill in May.


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Huge Drug Stash In Springvale South

Category: News | Posted on Tue, November, 30th 2010 by THCFinder

Victorias biggest drug raid saw thousands of cannabis plants seized from 14 Greater Dandenong homes, with the largest stash found in a Springvale South house. The property was home to more than 400 plants with an estimated value of up to $1.6 million. Police said the occupants of the two storey house lived in one room with a kitchen, bed and television with the remaining 11 rooms devoted to cultivating marijuana in elaborate hydroponic set ups. 

 

 

 

Jelena Savic, said the occupants had been at the property for more than a year and she wasn’t surprised by the police discovery. “A lot of things like that have sort of happened in our area, robberies and things like that,” she said. In Dandenong North, police removed more than 350 cannabis plants from a house in Ural Court.

They said a fully mature plant could fetch up to $4000. Australian Federal Police and Drug Task Force officers were among those who raided 14 properties in Greater Dandenong, seizing more than 2360 cannabis plants and arresting nine people. Over two days there were three raids in Dandenong North, three in Noble Park, one in Noble Park North, five in Springvale and two in Springvale South


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