Kankerpatiënt die gevangen werd gezet omdat hij chocolade met THC had besteld, kreeg zijn straf omgezet door de gouverneur van Illinois [Spiffy]


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John Prine – Illegal Smile

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You may see me tonight with an illegal smile

It don’t cost very much, but it lasts a long while

Won’t you please tell the man I didn’t kill anyone

No I’m just tryin’ to have me some fun

 

What lawyer would let him plead guilty the day before the state was to vote on legalization?

 

Good. But not good enough. Commute the sentences for people that had amounts that are considered legal now.

 

That’s just long-term planning. All Illinois governors end up in jail themselves in the near future.

 

GardenWeasel:

A lazy one who’s in the law game only for money.

 

The headline made me a bit angry about denying a cancer victim a little snack with THC in it, then I read the article (!) and saw he ordered 43lbs. That’s a bit excessive, but I’m glad they have it sorted out now. It sounds like he’s gonna need all the THC he can get, and soon.

 

Now he can move to Canada.

 

snowybunting: The headline made me a bit angry about denying a cancer victim a little snack with THC in it, then I read the article (!) and saw he ordered 43lbs. That’s a bit excessive, but I’m glad they have it sorted out now. It sounds like he’s gonna need all the THC he can get, and soon.

I know people that would order 43 lbs of chocolate even w/o the THC

 

I wonder if anyone has used the “chemo brain” defense in cases like this. “Yes, I bought the marijuana because I wanted something for my pain and to keep my appetite up, but I also wasn’t thinking clearly at the time, due to problems with my memory and judgement caused by my treatment and medications.”

 

GardenWeasel: I know people that would order 43 lbs of chocolate even w/o the THC

But why?

 

ottebx: Good. But not good enough. Commute the sentences for people that had amounts that are considered legal now.

He’s granted more than 10,000 pardons for marijuana charges.

 

Don’t order drugs through USPS. Use UPS or FedEX

 

Filthy pothead needs to stop whining and get a JOB!!!

 

This lockdown would be so much better with regular deliveries of drugs to everyone.  This should be a basic human right to alter reality temporarily because the reality you find yourself in sucks.

//see also: alcohol

Just saying.  As long as you aren’t starving your kids to death like they do in Florida, light up.

 

GardenWeasel: What lawyer would let him plead guilty the day before the state was to vote on legalization?

One who got him a good plea bargain for distribution charges dismissed. He was facing 12 to 60 years if he went to trial.

 

ottebx: Commute the sentences for people that had amounts that are considered legal now.

No one is in prison for possession of amounts that are considered legal now.

 

mrmopar5287: ottebx: Commute the sentences for people that had amounts that are considered legal now.

No one is in prison for possession of amounts that are considered legal now.

When you legalize it you make it legal to distribute. So you allow people that run stores to carry large distribution stocks. People are in prison for having less than that for sure.

 

“lost more than 30 pounds during his time in prison. “

On the positive side column..

 

No one should be in jail foe pot, especially cancer patients.

/ 42lbs is a shiatload and frankly I’m not surprised he got busted.

 

Russ1642: When you legalize it you make it legal to distribute.

Legalize to distribute with a license. Would any of the people in prison for distribution have qualified for, filed for, and received a license to distribute?

 

U.S. Postal Service workers noticed a pattern of suspicious packages delivered to Franzen and opened a package sent from a California address in February 2014 that contained the nearly 43 pounds of THC-infused chocolate mailed to his house.

That’s the part that has me cheesed off.

Since when is it the business of USPS to be checking out mail for patterns of stuff coming to your house? In this day and age of millions of households getting weekly or even daily package deliveries from Amazon and plenty of other places, what is suspicious enough for some postal clerks to notice? USPS is drowning in a sea of packages shipped everywhere, but they’ve got time to take a look at what is going to this guy’s house?

And to OPEN a package?! Without specific knowledge that something in the package is illegal or otherwise unable to be mailed (hazmat), what authority do they have to OPEN a package?

 

Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: I know people that would order 43 lbs of chocolate even w/o the THC

But why?

You don’t have daughters so you?

 

Just got 6 years probation for 6-5mg thc gummy bears

/Texas

//no cancer that i know of

 

GardenWeasel: Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: I know people that would order 43 lbs of chocolate even w/o the THC

But why?

You don’t have daughters so you?

I do. And a wife.

 

Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: I know people that would order 43 lbs of chocolate even w/o the THC

But why?

You don’t have daughters so you?

I do. And a wife.

Let’s just say I backed up a forklift of chocolate every 28 days

 

GardenWeasel: Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: I know people that would order 43 lbs of chocolate even w/o the THC

But why?

You don’t have daughters so you?

I do. And a wife.

Let’s just say I backed up a forklift of chocolate every 28 days

Oh, I try and sneak that THC laced chocolate bites to the wife all the time!

She has a sniffer that cannot be beaten.

 

Will they return the chocolate at least?

 

This text is now purple: That’s just long-term planning. All Illinois governors end up in jail themselves in the near future.

It’s a good system.  If we implement it nationally, replacing the current do-what-you-want, a-crime-President-can’t -be-criminal policy, Trump could be brought to justice.

 

Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: Jelly Bean Raider: GardenWeasel: I know people that would order 43 lbs of chocolate even w/o the THC

But why?

You don’t have daughters so you?

I do. And a wife.

Maybe they’re not enormous, like many people are these days, so you wouldn’t understand.

 

mrmopar5287: U.S. Postal Service workers noticed a pattern of suspicious packages delivered to Franzen and opened a package sent from a California address in February 2014 that contained the nearly 43 pounds of THC-infused chocolate mailed to his house.

That’s the part that has me cheesed off.

Since when is it the business of USPS to be checking out mail for patterns of stuff coming to your house? In this day and age of millions of households getting weekly or even daily package deliveries from Amazon and plenty of other places, what is suspicious enough for some postal clerks to notice? USPS is drowning in a sea of packages shipped everywhere, but they’ve got time to take a look at what is going to this guy’s house?

And to OPEN a package?! Without specific knowledge that something in the package is illegal or otherwise unable to be mailed (hazmat), what authority do they have to OPEN a package?

I fly rc helis as a hobby, and when you are learning something new (especially), there’s a steady stream of electronics and parts coming to the house.  There’s been more than one  time that I’ve seen those farksticks open packages coming to me, or things taking inordinately long getting to the house along with it.  Maybe they thought I was building bombs or something, who knows.   Not saying it’s right, but I’m not surprised.  Welcome to Amerika…..

 

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