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Re: “Police left buried under a mountain of marijuana and red tape as weed laws change

The police are just feeling the DTs coming down off that drug war high they had going over the last 5 decades. They'll get clean in a few years when the hard core addicts start retiring.

Posted by Nobody Special on 06/07/2017 at 3:15 PM

Re: “Police left buried under a mountain of marijuana and red tape as weed laws change

the police are lazy they can not respond to real crime they need the duck to be in barrow or in the row so they can harness and have their game, remove the police make pigweed illegal have them chase that also poison Ivey

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Posted by Mass Vocals on 06/07/2017 at 7:23 AM

Re: “Police left buried under a mountain of marijuana and red tape as weed laws change

get the police out of the biz of marijuana NOW

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Posted by Mass Vocals on 06/07/2017 at 7:20 AM

Re: “Police left buried under a mountain of marijuana and red tape as weed laws change

first of all, this is NOT legalization, as there be NO regulations which (is) then the problem, we face. We must trust that this plant is not dangerous as all the evidence says it's not pigweed.In fact, it's pretty funny to see this prohibitionist dress in white bunny suits with signs of danger all around their workplace as they grind cannabis up. this they would have to do if it was pigweed, but, frankly is ridiculous to see police doing this stage showmanship practice. frankly, these fools need to be placed in nearus nut house The police have a prohibitionist disease so does this reporter, The facts are clear.The people want cannabis legal in all states. Its time to legalize and stop this parade of lies and arrest .its time to stop cannabis prohibition for liberty sake

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Posted by Mass Vocals on 06/07/2017 at 7:19 AM

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