The Pot TV News for May 16, 2003

BREAKING NEWS — ED ROSENTHAL DENIED NEW TRIAL

CHONG COPS A PLEA
PITTSBURGH (Reuters) — Actor Tommy Chong pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a federal conspiracy charge of selling drug paraphernalia over the Internet.

REFUGEE HEARINGS EXPOSE HEALTH CANADA AND US NARK
VANCOUVER — Canadian Immigration has sacked it’s original lawyer, Gordon Starr and is desperately fighting a losing battle, made worse with the courtroom admission this week that Steve Tuck had given a very large quantity of medical cannabis seeds to Health Canada, and that the testimony of a U.S. nark was dishonest.

CANADIAN PARLIAMENT IRRITATED OVER U.S. GETTING FIRST BRIEFING ON NEW POT LAW
OTTAWA — "There goes Canadian sovereignty up in smoke,” complained NDP Leader Jack Layton. "Here’s the American government advising on what Canadian policy will be before the House of Commons even has a look at it. It’s quite astounding.”

NEW POT LAW TO BE DELAYED, AGAIN
OTTAWA — Just as predicted by numerous activists and lawyers, the federal government has once again delayed its plans to introduce legislation that would decriminalize possession of small quantities of marijuana.

NARK SHUTS DOWN MEDPOT CLUB, THEN LEARNS SHE HAS CANCER AND MUST UNDERGO CHEMO
LOS ANGELES — Undercover narcotics Det. Rosario cannot testify against the medical marijuana club she helped to shut down, due to the recent discovery she has cancerous tumors and must undergo chemotherapy.

LATE BREAKING STORY — TOO LATE FOR THIS SHOW
A federal judge has denied Ed’s motion for a new trial. An appeal to the 9th circuit court is planned and Ed’s story continues to garner widespread media coverage.

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