The Pot TV News for June 17, 2002

Prohibition Ending in Great Britain!

BRIXTON CELEBRATES LEGALIZATION
"Cannabis is now sold openly on the streets of Brixton, south London, while smiling policemen patrol and no one is arrested.

POLICE CHIEFS BACK POT PLAN
Police chiefs are drawing up plans to extend the Lambeth experiment on cannabis to other parts of the country, despite growing criticism of the scheme.

SMOKE A JOINT, GET KNIGHTED
He may have outraged the British establishment with his unapologetic use of pot, but Mick Jaggar has just been knighted for his service to music.

CLOSET BONG HITTERS
San Diego murder trial exposes secret world of, "doctors, lawyers, stock brokers and even members of law enforcement who furtively get high in their garages and on their decks, all the while terrified they’ll be found out by their neighbors, employers and children."

PHILIPPINES ENACTS DEATH PENALTY FOR POT
As of July, sale of just one joint is a mandatory death sentence.

JANE CHASTAIN IS DEAD WRONG
Joel Miller, an editor at WorldNetDaily, breaks ranks and takes on fellow WND pundit, Jane Chastain, over her lame and ill-informed attack on medical marijuana.

JUDGE OVERRULES POT CONVICTION
In an unprecedented action that stunned attorneys on both sides, a Sacramento federal judge tossed out a jury’s guilty verdict in a marijuana-growing case and ordered a new trial.

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