The US Postal service — the poster child for government waste and inefficiency — is warning newspapers in Oregon that the cannabis-related ads they run are illegal, and the mighty USPS ain’t havin’ none of that crap!
Former police officer Michael Kinkaid, 72, and retired meat dealer Anthony Right, 76, were convicted Friday in Essex, England, for possessing cannabis with intent to sell after their £267,000 supply was discovered when neighbors called police, complaining of the smell of “rotting flesh.” When police arrived, they (thankfully) found no human corpses, but instead 89 blocks of cannabis resin covered in rotting chicken detritus.
Yesterday, a woman from part of Northern California's green belt, Nevada City, was sentenced to five-and-a-half months in prison. Patricia Albright pled to guilty to "marijuana cultivation and structuring financial transactions to evade federal reporting requirements." The fact that she and her son used sketchy methods for their drug operation is what got them caught.
Unless you have managed to avoid all but the most basic human contact recently, you are probably aware it has been a rough ride for humankind in the last couple weeks. This past Friday morning, as I was waking up in the cutest possible way while one is recovering from a post-turkey hangover — by getting poked in the cheek by two adorable, giggling five year old twins and a holiday-themed cup of Starbucks coffee — a man was shooting up a Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs.
A Canadian judge issued a significant ruling last week when hearing the case of Mario Larouche, 46, who was charged with possession of 30 marijuana plants. Further proving that Canadian politics is on the right track when it comes to legalization, Quebec Judge Pierre Chevalier presented the defendant with his punishment: a fine of $1.30 Canadian.