Why Was The US Treasury Department Googling Marc Emery?

A blog called ‘I Blow Minds’ is reporting that the US Treasury Dept. has been doing some snooping online, and visited their website through a Google search that produced a photo of Marc Emery buried in large bags of weed.

Here’s a screenshot of the blog’s visitor details showing the US Government department’s visit to I Blow Minds.

Here is the picture they were looking at when they visited the site, an old photo copied from Cannabis Culture of Marc up to his neck in bags of bud .

As the blog poster speculates, they must be doing there homework. Marc expects to cut a deal that would see him in prison for five years (or face twenty years or more if he fought and lost), and the wheels of American bureaucracy are surely in motion preparing ammunition to use against Marc in the upcoming battle.

Visit I Blow Minds the site to read see the whole post.

If you want to help support Marc, start a rally in your city on the Saturday before Marc’s sentencing – go to The Worldwide Rally For The Prince of Pot page for more details.

You can also send a polite letter to the presiding judge in Marc case showing your support for Marc and his work as an activist. Go to NoExtradition.net for details.

Jeremiah Vandermeer
Jeremiah Vandermeer

Jeremiah Vandermeer is Chief of Operations of Cannabis Culture and Editor of Cannabis Culture Magazine & Pot TV.


1 Comment

  1. Anonymous on

    “Marc- not breaking any Canadian laws” (saved July 20, 2003) is the filename of a copy of the photo referenced above. This was during the Summer of Legalization 2003 when courts in several Canadian provinces said “There is no offence known to the law.” The Ontario Court of Appeal retrospectively ruled in October, 2003, that during the Summer of Legalization cannabis was in fact legal. For U.S. prosecutors to use this picture to increase their case against Marc Emery in any way is highly unethical. This picture is completely irrelevant to any cannabis seeds alleged to have been sold to U.S. residents at any time.