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Seattle Dispensary Heist Stopped by Security Protocol
When a couple of armed men stormed into a Washington state dispensary on Sunday night, they had no idea that the store manager was watching the whole raucous scene unfold from a security monitor inside his house, giving him just enough time to get the police to the scene before the crooks made a getaway with the cash.
A report from KIRO-7 indicates that employees at the Have a Heart pot shop located in the northern part of Seattle were preparing to close down operations for the day when two masked men forced their way into the store waving their guns around.
The surveillance footage, which was captured at around 10:20pm, shows the culprits pushing the store’s security guard through the door before bringing a female employee to her knees with a gun to the head. Once inside, the alleged crooks are said to have tied the guard and two other employees up on the floor, while using a dose of pistol persuasion to get them to cough up the code to the safe.
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"This is Your Brain On Drugs" PSA Making a Comeback
For those ‘heads old enough to remember the anti-drug campaigns of the mid-’80s—back in a time when Saturday morning cartoons were plagued by propaganda service announcements—it is hard to imagine turning on the television back then without being bombarded by the vision of an egg frying in a pan with some actor suggesting that “this is your brain on drugs.”
The commercial, which was produced for the Partnership for a Drug-Free America, was highly successful in the way that it achieved its ultimate goal: to scare millions of parents and kids across the nation into thinking that all mind-altering substances were dangerous.
And now, it’s back.
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President Obama Grants Clemency to 214 People in Federal Prisons, Mostly Drug Prisoners
Wednesday’s commutations by President Obama, which brings his total number to 562, represent the most granted by a president in a single day since at least 1900, according to the White House blog.
This is especially good news for 67 prisoners who were serving life sentences—almost all for nonviolent drug crimes, noted the blog.
Michael Collins, deputy director at Drug Policy Alliance, told HIGH TIMES that Obama should be applauded for the commutations, but time is running out in his term.
“He needs to step up the frequency and quantity of commutations,” Collins said. “Every two to three months is not enough.”
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