Sunday, June 9, 2013

shocking breaking news

breaking news: june 8 2013

med-man : multiple spinal cord and brain injury sufferer and legal medical marijauana licensee was unlawfully beaten and dehumanized by the over zealous st pierre joly, manitoba rcmp. the perpetrators are Constable R.D. Metzler and Constable S. Manaigre 56166

- stopped
- detained
- beaten
- charged with possession/trafficking of controlled substance (medical marijuana)
- resisting arrest
- proceeds of crime

this is an outrage, and the peace officers and their superiors will be held accountable for their treatment of a severely injured person, whom also directs a non-profit society "med-man brand" helping others with cancer, chronic pain and other ailments to alleviate naturally

if anyone has or knows anyone in the media, please dont hesitate to contact me

to be continued


- Anti-pot actions widespread
Your June 10 story Arrested for legal pot, man claims is really just the tip of the iceberg. As a medical marijuana licensee myself and a retired Winnipeg police staff sergeant, I know that such actions by the police, where citizens produce evidence of lawful possession, then are handcuffed, detained and their product seized, is tantamount to unlawful arrest and seizure.
The smell of marijuana coming from a car is not sufficient grounds to arrest and search, whether the subject is licensed or not. But the oppressive and apparently violent arrest of a licensed medical-marijuana user because the officers are not familiar with medical-marijuana laws is outright nonsense.
Ignorance of any law is no excuse from a citizen. Why should we let police officers get away with this kind of attack?
I have seen and heard of this many times before with people in possession of a small amounts of drugs, legal or illegal, because our drug warriors in policing seem to get confused about what is really important and what is even a crime.
It is time to legalize drugs, take them off the streets away from children, and stop the violence by organized crime and the police in our communities.
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