Illinois Marijuana Party ‘NO JAIL for POT’ Courthouse Tour 2005

Members of the Illinois Marijuana Party took their message to the front doors of the Tazewell County courthouse.
They rallied in support of a fellow pro-pot activist during his first court appearance.
Reverend Joe Johnson was arrested for possession of marijuana during a routine traffic stop.
He pleaded not guilty today.
The group says people who use the drug shouldn`t be prosecuted… and they say they`ll fight for the rights of users and growers alike.The group`s “No Jail for Pot tour” is scheduled to last through the summer.