The Pot TV News for April 12, 2003

SPECIAL GUESTS: DR. ROBERT MELAMEDE AND EUGENE OSCAPELLA

Today’s show features interviews with cannabis scientist Dr. Robert Melamede and drug reform professor, Eugene Oscapella. Michele Kubby is taking a break after an intense week at the Cannabis Refugee Hearings in Vancouver, see guide to related stories below:

CANADIAN TELEVISION FEATURES POT REFUGEE STORY
Pot-TV News anchor and medical marijuana patient Steve Kubby is the topic of this prime time CBC story regarding Steve’s fight for refugee status in Canada instead of facing almost certain death at the hands of US Federal Authorities.

REFUGEE NEEDS MEDICAL POT TO SURVIVE, HEARING TOLD
VANCOUVER SUN — Medical marijuana is the best treatment for an American refugee claimant suffering from a rare disease, a cancer specialist testified Friday.

POT-SMOKING CANCER VICTIM WOULD BE PROSECUTED IN US
VANCOUVER – A man seeking asylum in Canada because he smokes pot to fight a rare form of cancer would do well to stay out of the United States, where the “corrupt system” would prosecute him, a California judge testified Thursday.

CALIFORNIA MEDICAL MARIJUANA USER CLAIMS PERSECUTION IN UNITED STATES
CANADIAN WIRE – An American man claiming refugee status in Canada said Tuesday he is being persecuted because of his medical marijuana use.

REFUGEE HEARING FOR POT ADVOCATE
CBC TV – An American user of medical marijuana says he will die if Canada sends him back to the United States.

U.S. POT ADVOCATE CLAIMS CONSPIRACY AGAINST MEDICAL MARIJUANA
CBC TV – An American man who says he was persecuted in the U.S. for using medical marijuana began presenting his case at a refugee hearing in Vancouver Wednesday.

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