Pot TV News for Wednesday, March 20th, 2002

L.A.TIMES EXPOSES COLUMBIA DRUG WAR MASSACRE
U.S. supplied troop transportation, planning facilities and fuel to
helicopter crew accused of dropping a cluster bomb on civilians that killed
11 adults and seven children.

COLOMBIA VOTERS REJECT U.S. WAR
Ruling Parties lose the Senate and the House, signaling massive rejection of
the U.S. Drug War in Columbia.

MEDICAL POT POSING DILEMMA FOR OFFICERS
AMMA demands retraction of “false and misleading statements about medical
marijuana.”

TERRY PARKER WINS LIFETIME EXEMPTION
Canadian court exempts Parker and tells Parliament to pass medical cannabis
laws.

SISTER SOMAYAH ACQUITTED
In a major victory for medical marijuana patients, a Los Angeles
jury acquitted Sister Somayah Kambui on five counts of cultivation and four
other marijuana-related charges.

INTERVIEW WITH DR. ROBERT MELAMEDE

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Links:

L.A.TIMES EXPOSES COLUMBIA DRUG WAR MASSACRE
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-000019553mar17.story?coll=l
a-headlines-world-manual

COLOMBIA VOTERS REJECT U.S. WAR
http://www.narconews.com/colombiavote2002.html

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