Ohkiehomeboyz are out wingnutting Texas... Now Lousianna joins in?
Time to clean the Houses of this draconian bassaskwards Prohibie nonsense!

Oklahoma: Will Foster 93 Years For Cannabis 11/17/00

Oklahoma: James Geddes-47
90 YEARS-5 PLANTS! Released July 28, 2003

Cover-Ups, Prevarications, Subversions & Sabotage

Maple Sugar Hashish Candy


Hypocrisy & Double Standards

Ashcroft Nephew Got Probation After Major Pot Bust
Limbaugh Won't Be Prosecuted
Fair Deal for Noelle Bush
The Devil Inside Jenna and George
Cunningham's Vote to Support the Death Penalty for Drugs
Cunningham son held on marijuana charge (thread)
CINDY McCAIN - Wife of Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
DAN BURTON II - Son of U.S. Rep. Dan Burton (R-IN)
Richard Riley, Jr., son of Education Secretary Richard Riley
Gayle Rosten, daughter of then-U.S. House Ways and Means Committee chairman Dan Rostenkowski (D-IL)
John Murtha, son of U.S. Rep. John Murtha (D-PA)
Susan Gallo, daughter of U.S. Rep. Dean Gallo (R-NJ
Warren Bachus, son of U.S. Rep Spencer Bachus (R-AL)
Josef Hinchey, son of Rep. Maurice Hinchey (D-NY)
John C. Baker, the son of future Secretary of State James Baker III
Bill Bendit's Virtues
Pot Grower, 75, Given Year in Jail
US Prosecutes Cancer Patient Over Marijuana
Tommy Chong Gets Nine Months
Rainbow Farm Massacre
The Murder of Peter McWilliams

You can get over an addiction, but you can never get over a conviction.”
- Jack Cole, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition



Making weed hash could put you in jail for life

OK Senate Approves Life In Prison For Making Hash

Ancient Temple Hashish Incense! Did Jesus Inhale?

Oklahoma Lawmakers Authorize Life Prison Sentence For Converting Marijuana To Hash
Converting marijuana to hashish could land Oklahomans a life prison sentence under a bill approved in the Oklahoma Senate.

Life in Jail For Making HASH? WTF! U2b

Two pounds of marijuana earns NOLA man a life sentence

Louisiana Man Gets Life for Marijuana
By Maria Vultaggio on May 9th, 2011

It was not the first time Cornell Hood II had gotten in trouble with the law.

He had previously just gotten off probation after three marijuana convictions in New Orleans.

However, he met a much harsher punishment after moving to St. Tammany Parish. A single conviction on the North shore sentenced the 35-year-old man to life in prison, according to the Times-Picayune.

On Thursday in his Covington courtroom, State Judge Raymond S. Childress was able to sentence Hood to life in prison under Louisiana’s repeat-offender law. Court records reveal that on a jury in February, Hood was found guilty of possessing and distributing marijuana from his home in Slidell. continued