The Pot TV News for Wednesday, March 13, 2002

FORCED DRUGGING OF UNTRIED SUSPECTS OK’D BY COURT
Defendants can be forcibly drugged even though they haven’t been convicted
of any charges, according to a ruling issued by the 8th Circuit Court of
Appeals.

SWISS POT PRISONER
Rappaz is a pioneer of the Swiss cannabis movement and the founder of
Valchanvre, a company which creates and distributes hemp products. Rappaz
also won the “Canna Swiss Cup” in 1999, with a strain called Walliser Queen.

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY SCAMS STUPID BRITISH COPS
$8 million for the dumbest idea yet for fighting drugs.

CANNABIS IS NOW JUST A SIGNATURE AWAY FROM LEGITIMACY.
The change, which would enable users to smoke a joint in the street without
fear of arrest, would be the first relaxation of drug laws in Britain for 30
years.

INTERVIEW: RICHARD COWAN LEAVING POT TV?
Former NORML Director and Pot TV News Pioneer talks about his past, present
and future plans as he prepares to leave Pot TV and move on to new projects
in Europe.

Links:

FORCED DRUGGING OF UNTRIED SUSPECTS OK’D BY COURT
United States v. Charles Thomas Sell. (see
www.ca8.uscourts.gov/opndir/02/03/011862P.pdf
)

SWISS POT PRISONER
Valchanvre: tel (41) 27-723-2328; email [email protected]; website
www.valchanvre.ch

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY SCAMS STUPID BRITISH COPS
http://www.edinburghnews.com/

CANNABIS IS NOW JUST A SIGNATURE AWAY FROM LEGITIMACY.
http://www.independent.co.uk/

Farewell RICHARD COWAN:
http://mir.drugtext.org/marijuananews/cowan.htm
Date of birth: June 26, 1940
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Economics: Yale University1962
National Director of NORML 1992 – 95. Currently a member of the Advisory
Board of the Drug Policy Foundation, Senior Policy Advisor to NORML, Editor
and Publisher, marijuananews.com

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