Portland police want to install cameras on private businesses to monitor drug deals. Police will be able to see footage on smart phones. Are they seriously wanting to do this???Read more »
For years many people have noticed the hypocrisy of federal drug policy. Now, the government hypocrisy surrounding another victimless crime is coming to light.Read more »
If you really want to address racism then we need to address two issues, the drug war and the fact that 3 of every 4 black babies is born to an unwed mother. The war on drugs is disproportionately applied to blacks, and once a person has a criminal record you can “legally” discriminate against them.Read more »
Police told Knutson the money was being held as "drug money" and she would receive a $1,000 reward instead, the lawsuit states. Lt. Tory Jacobson of the Moorhead police said he could not disclose much information about the case because it is an ongoing investigation.Read more »
2012 has only just begun and it is already shaping up to be one of the most exciting and active years for marijuana law reform in some time. More than a dozen state legislatures are currently considering reform measures in some respect and 8 states are attempting to put legalization initiatives before voters this NovemberRead more »
A proposed state law, advocated by Gov. John Kasich, would make it a fourth-degree felony to own a vehicle equipped with secret compartments.Read more »
A Georgia middle school student claimed in a lawsuit Wednesday he was humiliated and traumatized when he was brought to a vice principal's office and forced to strip in front of classmates who said he had marijuana.Read more »
Thirty-one Florida high school students were protected and served all the way to jail when classmates turned out to be undercover police who tricked them into selling marijuana and other "drugs." Officers didn't care how they entrapped these kids, and some even went so far as to develop close, flirty, personal relationships with their marks before ensnaring them.Read more »
1/26/12 16k(35 LBS!) cocaine was found @ U.N. in NWC. The drugs were confiscated -- no arrests, no seizure. By contrast...
(from http://www.erowid.org/freedom/law/forfeiture/forfeiture_info1.shtml paraphrased)Read more »
In Andalusia, Alabama 16 people have entered guilty pleas for various crimes and offenses.
One of those people plead guilty to "sexually abusing an intellectually disabled female family member."
The judge and prosecutor agreed on a deal whereby he will serve one year in prison for raping an intellectually disabled female relative.
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