This story comes via a "social media site for cops." The comments section is a trove of material for discussion. As I read through the posts, I couldn't help replaying in my mind how many times these cops say, "I'm just enforcing the law..." These comments give insight to how they really feel. You can see this in what some of them say about judges and their children as well as the law and how they believe it should be applied.
The article in the Keene Sentinel about Ian, Sam and Monica's arrest. It was edited at 9:20pm (during the show) to say that THREE were arrested, rather than just two (which is what was written when Marc read the article on the show). In fact, it was edited very shortly after Sean pointed out that 3 were arrested.... I guess the folks at the Sentinel listen to FTL?
This article supposedly tells the "truth" about Snopes.com. I didn't do any research myself to see if it was, but this was something I suspected for some time now. You should never, ever trust any source to be objective. Everyone puts their own spin on things. I try to be as objective as I can, but I have my own life experiences and my biases show in my work. Take a moment to read this article and determine for yourself what the truth about Snopes.com is and whether the subject deserves more research.
This article seems like a complete propaganda hit piece against spice/K2 to me (they even disabled comments for this story). The whole thing is so full of BULLSHIT that I don't even know where to begin. What's even more ridiculous, when I looked up the reporter's name in their directory she's listed as "Courts/police Reporter".