Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast – Episode #9

CANNABIS CULTURE – In this episode, Marc talks about the 6000-page ‘Marc Emery Papers’ made up of classified documents and communications between US and Canadian authorities. All top-secret; all about Marc!Download Potcast (Right Click and Save)

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“That’s a decade of spying, surveillance, eavesdropping, conspiring and collusion by two governments to take out one Canadian,” he says. “That’s 6000 pages, representing hundreds and hundreds of officials, police, spies, informers, DEA, RCMP, elected officials, and cabinet departments using millions and millions of taxpayer dollars to put me in their gulag.”

Marc also gives a brief history of his philanthropic work in the marijuana community and talks discusses the Pentagon Papers and the Vietnam war.

Marc is a marijuana activist who was imprisoned in North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, BC awaiting extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups. On November 18, Marc was temporarily released on bail while he waits for the Justice Minister to sign his extradition papers. This podcast was recorded a few days before his release.

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