The Pot TV News for Wednesday, July 17, 2002

WES WINCHESTER WINS DISMISSAL WITH 96 PLANTS FOR “PERSONAL MEDICAL USE.”

BUSH SPY CORPS ELICITS ‘1984’ FEARS
Critics say that having Americans act as “domestic informants” is reminiscent of the infamous Stasi, the East German secret police service that snooped on ordinary East German citizens for more than 40 years.

SUPREME COURT ADJOURNS “LIFE OR DEATH” APPEAL
What part of “life or death,” do they not understand?

CANADA TO DECRIMINALIZE?
Alliance MP Randy White, says Cauchon should wait to read the reports. “These are details that have to be worked out in the Commons, not for some obscure little minister trying to get political hits from the Canadian public, blurting out that he might decriminalize this.”

MALAYSIAN ADDICTS TURN TO COW DUNG
“The cow dung emits gases like sulfur, and addicts sniff on these gases to get high,” the official at the agency said on condition of anonymity.

ODD SQUAD COP BACK ON HOT SEAT OVER E-MAIL
“The politics are rapidly changing here, with a new chief of police, some new right-wing police board members and a new mayor to follow in a few months. . . .the steamroller of gentrification is on the move.”

THE TALLAHASSEE PROJECT
Dr. John Beresford discusses his new book, written by female drug war inmates in a federal prison.

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