Monday July 21, 2008
100 Reasons to End the Federal "War on Drugs"
Charlie Lynch, a private business owner in California, followed all the laws of his state to set up and run a business which sells medical marijuana. Medical marijuana is legal in California. Who knows how many people's pain and suffering he's helped to alleviate. However, the Federal government has decided he's a felony-level criminal who needs to be put away for up to 100 years.
Despite having never injured anyone, never killed anyone, never robbed anyone, nor even ever destroyed anyone elses property, the Federal government believes Charlie should now spend more time in jail than most robbers, rapists, arsonists, or even most murderers.
Mr.Rodney Balko of "The Agitator" and Drew Carey have a few words to say on this subject...
Charlie Lynch Trial Begins on Tuesday
California Medical Marijuana Dispensary Owner faces 100 years in prison on federal felony charges.
It's a good one-hundred reasons why Libertarians believe we should end the failed "War on Drugs".
( Jul 21 2008, 03:27:21 AM CDT )
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