Meet the Quadriplegic Man who is the DEA’s First Oregon Medical Marijuana Victim

The Hemp & Cannabis Foundation is proud to help Leroy Stubblefield, a quadriplegic man, and his 2 caregivers, who are Oregon’s 1st state-licensed medical marijuana patients known to have their garden seized by the US Drug Enforcement Administration. We are happy to give them 7 new healthy plants and an ounce of free outdoor organic cannabis flowers each. We interview them about their ordeal and look at the DEA agent’s business card. The DEA agent threatened quadriplegic Stubblefield, “You’re lucky we don’t seize your house.” THCF announces a press conference at Stubblefield’s announcing a lawsuit against the DEA and participating officers.

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