Visiting Marc in US Federal Prison on July 4th, Independence Day

Today is Independence Day in America, and as I sit in my hotel room in SeaTac (outside of Seattle, Washington), listening to non-stop explosions and firecrackers going off outside in celebration of “independence” and “freedom”, I am saddened to think that one out of every 100 Americans are imprisoned and my Canadian husband Marc Emery is among them.

I got to visit Marc this morning, which was wonderful as always. Visiting days are only Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday; processing starts at 2pm on Friday and Monday, and 7:30am on Saturday and Sunday. Prisoners’ numbers determine whether the visits are on even or odd-numbered days, so because Marc’s prisoner number is #40252-086, I got to see him on Friday July 2nd and today, Sunday July 4th. However, everyone can visit today regardless of the odd-even rule, since it’s a holiday, so it was very busy!

The process goes like this: I get to the prison an hour early just to be first (or one of the first) in line, because it can get crowded very fast. I bring a book along to read – with all the time to spend waiting, I already finished “The Armageddon Factor” and have started “The Fountainhead”, which was extremely influential in Marc’s life just like “Atlas Shrugged” was, too. Today was my fifth visit so far, though one was by video/phone because Marc was in solitary confinement then. With each visit I get more comfortable in the prison lobby, and as we visitors recognize each other, we begin talking more often. There’s one woman who has been there every time, she’s light-hearted and very friendly, and had heard about Marc before meeting me. A girl my age and I were talking about Marc and the DEA press release that said he was the publisher of a “propagandist magazine”, and she asked which one; when I said Cannabis Culture, she exclaimed, “Oh my, everyone knows about Cannabis Culture! My husband got his lawyer from an ad in CC!” Sure enough, he was one of our regular advertisers. We do have a presence in America!

When you show up for visits, you have to fill out a form with your name and address, and the inmate name and prisoner number. There’s a list of prohibited items that you have to check off “no” to each one; interestingly, “marijuana” is separate from “narcotics”. At least that’s true, as marijuana is certainly not a narcotic! After filling out the form you wait on the benches against the wall in the order you came in, though some new visitors don’t realize they’re butting in line and have to be told how it works.

As soon as 7:30am or 2:00pm (Sat/Sun, and Fri/Mon, respectively) rolls around, you get in line formation in front of the “Check-In” booth. It’s a panel of reflective glass with a little hole to speak and hand things through. As you’re called up to the hole one by one, you hand them your form and ID, and receive a key for a locker to put everything away. All you can bring into the visiting room is the key and your person. Some guards take a very long time doing whatever else they can busy themselves with while dozens of people wait anxiously in line, but others are more human and do it fairly quickly and efficiently.

After the first five people are processed, the guard calls out the names of the inmates, “Emery! Martinez! Simon! Jones! Agassiz!” or whomever is being visited (none of those names but Marc’s are specific people; just an example). Those five visitors go up to the big metal door next to the window and wait for the loud “click-clunk” sound of it being unlocked, then line up inside the processing/guard room, then the other visitors outside wait to be processed.

In the guard room, you get a fluorescent yellow stamp on your left hand, then sign into the visitor book, and then start removing everything metal – jewelry, belts, shoes – and put them in a tray to go through the x-ray machine, just like in airports. Next, you walk through the metal detector, then put everything back on and go line up at the next door (if you beep, they do the wand scan). Once all five visitors are ready – and often-times there are many children; they don’t count in the five-person rule – another guard, the escort, waits for the heavy “click-clunk” sound of the door being unlocked. Then we all file into the next section. It’s a small hallway with another big steel door, and yet another “click-clunk” unlocking, and you’re led into yet another hallway-room. There you can see through a window into the visitor’s area; sometimes the inmates are already there waiting, sometimes they are brought in after our arrival. That final door is opened (yet again, that loud metal unlocking noise – it’s definitely part of the prison soundtrack) and you go into the visiting room. (For a more thorough description of the big room, read my blog about my first visit with Marc.)

Today Marc was already waiting for me. I went up to him excitedly for our big “hello” hug and kiss – you can only hug and kiss hello and goodbye – and we enjoyed every second of it, not caring that we were kissing passionately in front of everyone; the people who are madly in love all do it; how could you not? I hugged him tightly and ran my hands through his hair and kissed his neck and inhaled deeply… boy, that sure is satisfying and quite a rush. It’s hard to explain how intensely comforting it is to breathe in your loved one when you’ve been torn apart…

He looked at my new blue dress that I got just for the photos we were going to take. He bought five photo “tickets” for $1 each so we can have pictures together, as all inmates can do. He held me and said I looked beautiful. Even though he has to wear a solid drab grey-green-beige prisoner outfit, he still looked incredibly handsome to me, and I said so. He was a little tired, having not had a shower because showers open at 8am, and he wanted a shower before seeing me, but I explained that I wouldn’t get in if I had waited until later, and as the room quickly filled with visitors, he realized I was right.

A day or two earlier he had written to me saying that his Disciplinary Hearing Officer (DHO) had given him his hearing paperwork from when he got out of solitary confinement, and he wanted me to ask him in person what it was about. So sitting there together, I brought it up and found out why he couldn’t tell me through the CorrLinks “email” message: apparently, the DHO told him that he cannot use the word “demonstration” in his emails, letters, or phone calls, and he cannot communicate with members of the BC Marijuana Party, even though he’s the Leader of the BCMP! Wow – if there was any doubt that he is being punished for political reasons, those doubts should be laid to rest!

So not only was he originally arrested for political reasons as admitted by the DEA, and then sent to solitary confinement for having me record a “prison podcast” for his supporters (which was not and can’t be broadcast), but he can no longer mention “demonstrations” on his behalf and can’t act as the Leader of the BC Marijuana Party.

Let me just say this loud and clear: MARC EMERY IS A POLITICAL PRISONER!

Marc was perplexed by the DHO’s comments, but of course he agreed to comply as he does not want to break ANY rules; he’s always gracious, polite, and very well-behaved. Then he told me about something else; one of the inmates he had written to me about, whom I had mentioned in a blog post, received his legal “discovery” paperwork (in American law, discovery is the pre-trial phase in which each party can request documents and other information), and part of it was the blog post I had done under Marc’s blog account mentioning him. So not only are “they” – the US Federal Justice Department and the Bureau of Prisons – reading everything I post online, but they’re using information in other inmates’ cases… that’s bizarre! Nothing bad was said in the blog, but it makes me wonder what they found of interest.

I’m beginning to question what Marc is allowed to share with me, and how it could be used against him or others. Nothing is illegal, or improper, or condemning, but as Tommy Chong wrote to me and said: the BOP doesn’t “mess around” and doesn’t like any bad attention, so it’s best to stay silent. However, I know it is my duty to let people know what Marc is going through, and Marc wants people to know that he’s okay and doing his best to deal with the extraordinarily difficult conditions of imprisonment in a maximum-security prison (which all “pre-trial” prisons are) and that he is pleased to know people are getting involved in political activism – and there’s nothing wrong with that, Mr. DEA/Justice Department/BOP guys, whomever is reading this!

During our visit, as we leaned forward over the little table, only allowed to hold hands as we talked, my black scarf/shawl fell from my shoulders down around my elbows, which exposed the skin on my upper arms, but nothing else (it’s a very high-neckline dress). One of the two guards who monitor the visiting room shouted “Emery!” and came over to us. He stood next to me but looked only at Marc – because, after all, he has no authority over me, just the inmates – and said “This is your second warning. Your visitor has to cover up.”

(On our Friday visit I had worn a dress – my dresses go down to my knees and have high necklines, because there are rules about attire and I don’t want to be refused – and a black sweater-like shawl on top, but when I took it off that day during our visit, this guard called Marc up to the guard booth and told him to tell me to put it back on because “your visitors have to wear exactly what they came in wearing”, so that was the “first warning”.)

However, during this visit, the woman next to me was wearing a tank-top and shorts, so I timidly asked the guard after he gave his stern “second warning”, “Excuse me, but that woman is showing her shoulders” (thinking that was the issue; I was still technically wearing the scarf) but he said “You have to wear exactly what you came in here wearing. She came in like that.” So case closed. I’m not going to argue! And Marc had to say “Yes, sir,” which made me resent the “I control you” power-tripping that takes place in prison. It sure makes you nervous to be told that you’re getting a “second warning” though, because everyone knows the saying “three strikes and you’re out”… and we do not want to lose visitation privileges, so we were very careful after that!

That particular guard always has a mean scowl on his face and walks around monitoring visitors, while the other guard is a younger and friendlier African-American guy who was nice to me on my very first visit when I was totally wide-eyed and scared. I guess you need to have the harsh guards to remind you who the kind, human guards are… but that can also cause trouble, as Marc explained to me that sometimes the more decent guards let you relax a bit, but then the hard-line ones terrify you with threats of punishment and lost privileges for things the other guards didn’t mind. It’s like walking on eggshells. You never know what they might do.

For example, somewhat recently, one of the guards came to Marc’s cell and said in an angry tone, “Emery, do I look like your mailman? Do I? Tell all your people they can only send you letters on Saturdays,” (because he had to make four trips with all the envelopes and magazines). Marc said, “Yes, sir”. There was a long pause, then the guard said, “Emery, I’m messin’ with ya’!” Not very comforting, but Marc definitely breathed a sigh of relief. He does NOT want to end up in solitary confinement again for any reason and getting a guard pissed off – even unintentionally – can lead to that kind of retaliation. The SHU (solitary confinement) was hellish, total isolation and deprivation, conditions that are just under the threshold of the official definition of torture… though there are some lawsuits and civil liberties cases and concerns that solitary confinement IS actually torture.

Partway through our visit, the guards called Marc’s name for photos. The photographer was an older female inmate (there are a few in a separate part of the building, not many though). I had seen other inmates and visitors get their photos done and they were taken against the backdrop of three colourful painted walls: a night scene of the Seattle Space Needle (the iconic tower tourist sight), a very vibrant depiction of the Seattle Public Market Centre (also an iconic tourist location), or a purple-hued mountain scene. I wanted a plain background, like the off-white concrete walls, and asked “Can we have our photos over there, against that white wall?” and the mean guard said, “There are no white walls.” I hesitated, pointed and said “But right there –” and he said “No, you do your photos there, there, or there” so we decided to do the space needle. (I’ll just edit the photo by cropping it later!)

We went to the wall, and I was still wearing my scarf but it covered my entire upper body, so after the first photo of Marc holding me in a hug from behind, I took it off and threw it aside; the guards didn’t say anything, thankfully. We took one more of him hugging me from behind, then one or two of us standing side-by-side holding arms/hands, and then one of us kissing, like I had seen others do. Again, the guards said nothing – I guess photos are an exception to the visiting room rules. Other women visiting have jokingly said, “it’s my man’s only chance to cop a feel”, but Marc was a gentleman, of course, and we didn’t want to get in trouble! It sure was nice to be in each others’ arms, though, and getting to see each photo after it was taken. Marc will get copies in 3 weeks, then mail them to me, so in about a month I’ll be able to share them online. (Everything takes longer than you think it ought to in prison!)

We sat down again and enjoyed the rest of our visit, bathing in the powerful love we have for one another. That sounds cheesy, but it’s so true. Marc and I are extraordinarily close, and this ordeal is just making us even closer and more determined to undo the evil of the drug war and prison industry. I’m so grateful we’re an unbreakable team. I will never stop fighting for him to come home, and for all prisoners of the drug war to be sent home too… this experience has certainly taught me a lot about the US Drug War and Imprisonment Industry so far, and the lesson has only just begun (sadly). I hope to help dismantle this horrific human rights atrocity with the help of everyone else who wants cannabis to be legal and peaceful prisoners to be freed! Let Marc’s incarceration motivate you to action – if you’ve always been concerned but haven’t taken a stand, now is the time to do it.

Here is a message I’m sharing online as my Facebook status (posted in two parts), and hope you will share too:

Are you upset about Marc Emery being a political prisoner in the USA, imprisoned for 5 years for selling seeds and funding the movement? Make a sign and spend an hour standing in an intersection to really prove that you’re willing to TAKE A STAND! Or make a banner to hang on an overpass (a cheap sheet or tablecloth with dark paint works great, and reaches a huge audience of traffic driving by). You must get out into the real world to raise awareness, to prove that you are not just sympathetic to Marc, but you’re actually willing to take the time to be active. When people look up Marc Emery, they will discover the injustice of the US drug war and demand that ALL peaceful prisoners of the drug war be set free. Spread the word: “FREE MARC EMERY” – “AMERICA MUST FREE MARC EMERY” – “GOOGLE MARC EMERY” – “MARC EMERY IS A POLITICAL PRISONER”

Go to and to help FREE MARC EMERY!

Jodie Emery
Jodie Emery

Jodie Emery is a Canadian cannabis activist, politician and business owner. She is the wife of activist Marc Emery, and owner of Cannabis Culture Magazine, Pot TV, Cannabis Culture Lounge and Cannabis Culture Headquarters.



  1. six on

    My wife and I just came back from a trip to Vancouver, which we have gone almost every year for the past six years. It was very sad to here the associates of CCHQ and the Cannabis Culture Offices say things like, “When Marc was here”. This affects a staff that enjoys their job and seem to truly miss their employer. We need to stand up against this more in the states. Because Vancouver is way to nice of a place to be away from, and West Hastings is not the same with out Marc on it!

  2. Anonymous on

    This applies to all Federal first-time,non-violent offenders. Check out: If anyone knows Tommy Chong, please let him know.

  3. the other greg williams on

    Americans are far from free. We are only free on paper and paper burns

  4. =stoner= on

    Oscar Grant was in the news to day. The all white jury didn`t believe the transit policeman when he said that he thought he had pulled his stun gun. Several camera angles were shown of the shooter.
    Suggested sentence 3 years. Mark did not kill anyone. He only helped suffering medical user`s by the thousands if not millions. Oscar`s spokesman said he researched such crimes by police in their area and this is the first time a policeman had been given even this much after shooting a black man so it is some improvement. At least Oscar though dead is getting news coverage from the corperat media. Very little on Mark. From the police state of Amerikkk,some where in Babaloyn up against the tower of greed. respect =stoner=

  5. persecutedinalberni on

    Hello jodie, I recieved mail from him the other day and I just mailed him another one back today.
    I was glad it boosted his morale while in the “hole” when he saw pics I sent of my big 8by 12 AMERICA MUST FREE MARC EMERY sign I show motorists every saturday for two hours to.
    I wanted other to know that you can bet it would boost his spirits when people send in pictures to him of thier signs they made up and post near trafic.
    So go ahead people make up some signs evn just one and stand near a highway or busy road with the sign for just one hour.
    While you are there take pics of them with you in or not in the pictures but just at least take a picture and send it to him in prison.
    Like he told me folks he has lots of mail and does his best to reply back to all but will give priority to those who are out there trying to get him back into Canada.
    So when you mail him a letter and have pics of your signs hung up or posted near highways he will certainly reply back as soon as he can and mostly it makes him happy to see his supporters out there trying to make a difference without violence and that’s important.

  6. Anonymous on

    You wrote:

    I am saddened to think that one out of every 100 Americans are imprisoned and my Canadian husband Marc Emery is among them.

    MARC EMERY IS NOT AMONG THEM HE’S NOT PART OF THEM HE’S NOT AMERICAN so he cannot be part of that 1 in 100!!!!!!!!

  7. Darkest Hour on

    G(old) O(il) D(rugs)

    On this world humans are ruled by God made in their own image fueled by gold, oil and drugs.

    We are the ones we pray for…



  8. -stoner- on

    Jodie bless you bless Mark, he is lucky as are you in that you have each other. By being you the truth has finally come out about hemp. Thing`s like old government record`s that 28 barrels of hemp seed oil can be produced from one acre of land. That is without breeding like in china where they developed a seed as big as a bean. The people that took hemp away from the farmer are the people that should be behind bar`s. The pharma, chemical,military industrial new`s organization doesn`t want us regular people to know how evil they are. The truth will set us free but evil won`t even if it`s name is Jesus. It is said that Oboma and Hillary attended the last bilderburger meeting in Canada. Should we be supprised Canada cracked down on her own citizen`s after that. Mark is David going up against a giant. The giant is afraid of him and that is why he is unjustly imprisoned. At the same time the B.P. felons, the torture felons, the medical insurance felons, Bush a war felon, Iran Contra and bank felons war mongers and murders of millions
    walk. At the same time putting a man who is honestly trying to heal the world in jail. Respect -stoner-

  9. ray christl THC Ministry Asia on

    The anonymous “voice” attacking me is for drama,and just makes the site look as if DEA types are trolling.This creates emotion,and a need to “voice” the truth about cannabis.It’s the “nom de guerre” voices that I find disturbing.Cannabis people hating other pot folks with different political views,and using guerre/insult.Mr Abe Peck and the SEED underground press I grew-up reading in Chicago(SF Oracle etc…),used counterculture writing techniques.Why is this site so uptight about perfect mainstream writing style?

  10. DrDeisel on

    Candace – I think you made a slight error in your comments. “Anonymous” was not responding to Jodie’s blog directly, but to the comments from Ray Christl, which were rather incoherent. I agree that Anonymous didn’t really need to make a comment, but if you’re going to berate him for it, at least berate him for the right reason!

  11. Samson on

    the price of Freedom is Vigilance…..and most of my fellow Americans or American’ts that I know are too busy watching Fantasies on T.V. to maintain any vigilant state of thinking…..well, unless it( vigilance ), involves texting on their iphone. I’ve seen more American’s work-ethic/ habits negatively affected by cell-phone texting than cannabis use.

  12. MonsieurZorro on

    Thank you Jodie for sharing this with us.
    Its important that the truth in all of this be known

  13. Jodie on

    I post on Twitter but I don’t recall making any anti-American sentiments.

    I posted on Obama’s Twitter that he should stop being a warmonger and take care of people at home instead of killing people abroad; I said that Americans use a lot of fireworks to celebrate “freedom” on Independence Day even though it’s not a very free country; but what did I say that was anti-American?

    I’m always reminding people that Americans suffer worse than we do under a worse government than ours, and that we need to work with and protect our American brothers and sisters…

    So what exactly did I say that “left a foul taste” in your mouth? I’m sincere, I want to know.

  14. Candace on

    Im from the USA and I can understand your anger towards her statements but honestly look what has been done to her… How else is she supposed to feel? Sometimes we take things to heart that we should nt and I find it much more productive to put myself in someone else”s shoes and really understand where they’re coming from 🙂

  15. Candace D on

    If you have nothing nice to say than dont say anything at all!!!!! The last thing Marc’s wife needs is you picking at her blog! Not only does Marc need support but so does she! If you were in her position and full of so many emotions than you might be singing a different tune than arrogance! Maybe until you have respect for others YOU should stop posting!

  16. XPOW on

    I hate the BOP & know how to fight them…Make them work and do their job. Answer administrative remedy’s BP-9, 10, 11 etc… However you have already seen how the Gestapo I mean BOP handles things. I recommend getting help handling the BOP.Only Post casual references to how the visit procedure or any procedure works.Please do not hesitate to contact me. Love Peace Pot & FREEDOM!

  17. persecutedinalberni on

    I agree Jodie, it is easy to make up signs and give an hour or your time to show support to Marc.
    For 8 saturdays in a row I have sat out next to highway #4 in Port Alberni with my “AMERICA MUST FREE MARC EMERY” signs.
    I have two GOOGLE MARC EMERY signs one america must free Marc Emery sign and two the read free marc and one 8ft by 12 foot banner that read AMERICA MUST FREE MARC EMERY.
    I bought a painters drop cloth at canadian tire (8by12,27$) and bought some black paint(5$) and wrote in the letters and then attached to a 16ft pole and lean it out next to the highway.
    The drop cloth is made of canvas and can withstand the rain and will last along time ,I figure at least 5yrs lol.
    Having a “BIG” banner really gets drivers attention,sometimes people actualy pull over and ask me who Marc Emery is? so Google Marc Emery are good signs to have aswell.
    Bring a camera or cam corder if you can to take pics,I took some of my signs and sent them to marc.

    I have done it 8times and will do it every saturday untill Marc is home with you Jodie and his country.
    I (sometimes a few others) sit there for two hours and count vehicles traveling in both direction,in my area it averages about 400 vehicles headed east 400 west.
    I figure close to 6400 vehicles have past by my signs in the last two months just in my area alone so could you imagine if just a few people in every community across the country did what I have been doing with my signs????.

    It would send a message to these tyrannts that we will fight for our freedom.
    I wonder is there no other brave souls who are willing to show Marc and our government we will stand up to them or am I the only one brave enough and have enough desire to be persistant enough to post signs on highways.

    I think you are right Jodie a sign saying “MARC EMERY IS A POLITICAL PRISONER” is a good sign and I am thinking of making one up.

    Hang in there Jodie and stay strong.

  18. Reverend Ryan on

    opps I meant:

    “Thats great that you think you are a patriot. But a true patriot wouldn’t be as obtuse and ignorant about the tyranny inflicted on more than 800,000 citizens every year”

  19. Reverend Ryan on


    Are you seriously considering that our country deserves praise at this point?
    Look at it this way, we have only 5% of the world’s total population, and we have 25% of the world’s prison population.
    This country is turning into something besides the USA, and you’re apathy and lack of knowledge is not helping anything.

    A true American, like the founding fathers not only question the answers, but also criticize the system if it is deserving.

    You sound like a red coat from the American revolution who believes in the tyranny the England was pushing on our country.

    Thats great that you think you are a patriot. But a true patriot would be as obtuse and ignorant about the tyranny inflicted on more than 800,000 citizens every year.

    Your insults to miss Emery are appalling. Marc and Jodie are freedom fighters, and deserve respect.

    The USA in whole, is complacent and undeserving of their freedom. We will only deserve our freedom when we fight for it! Freedom isn’t free!

  20. Okie Nate on

    You Canadians are Naive on this U.S. Nazi prison complex. Freedom, Justice, Liberty are a lie. You tell Marc to get into Kirya Yoga and do his time like the Freedom Fighter he is…like a true man. Yoga will liberate him, and this time will be nothing. We all make choices in life…Yoga will set you free Marc!

  21. MOTFA on

    WTF are you on? What anti american sentiments on twitter?!
    I just read through a hell of alot of her posts and I don’t see a single one there that is anti american.

    YOUR BROAD NEGATIVE GENERALIZATIONS are not helping your case mr/ms/it Anonymous.


  22. Dave on

    Actually, we understand; it’s you we don’t. Start by coming out of your box; it’s limiting your ability to participate! Be forewarned, your mind might expand and you’ll start to question everything. Can you handle it? Go ahead start with your name!

  23. The BallyHoo on

    Just wanted to say, you writing about your experience visiting Marc And Marc’s reports etc, really let average people who don’t know anything about prison, just how disgusting and dehumanizing it really is. Thank you and keep it up !!!!

    Peace and Love

  24. The BallyHoo on

    You might resent the ”power-tripping” that goes on in prisons, but you better get used to it because that’s the way it is. Nothing you say or do will ever change that. Once you are in prison you have ”NO RIGHTS”. The rights you are supposed to still posses are paid lip-service to at best. Marc having to say ”Yes Sir” is the least of your worries.

    Stay strong and go the distance.

  25. Shelly B. on

    I love it when people leave awful comments, then are too big of a pussy to leave their names.

    Keep doing what you’re doing Jodie! We love you!

  26. Anonymous on

    I really, really tried to find any section of your rant that made any sense. It’s impossible. Please get a friend or colleague to translate from what seems to be your own special private language into english. If not please stop posting.

  27. Anonymous on

    You know, I support Marc Emery and think that what is being done to him is a gross injustice, but YOU are being seriously unappetizing, for lack of a better word.
    Your anti-American sentiments on Twitter left a foul taste in my mouth and have cost you at least one follower/supporter…
    I understand you are angry with the American government/justice system, but making broad, negative generalizations about our country is NOT going to help your case.


    Namaste; Jodie an Marc.

    I t is fabuolous that your spirit’s are being strengthened by the weight of the syatems abuse. Our Democracy, a fallacy, an old Tradition not practiced anymore. The G thing-eees have radicalized many new Warriors due to the bullies methods. I am honored to know and support you both-and well yes i am active, tho that’s for another day. I really just wanted to write from my heart upon reading your words, your song, your call. Stay Well

    michael hampson

  29. ray christl THC MInistry Media Asia on

    care about the exploited ecosystem since they are promised eternity.The rest of us are suffering under Seth/darkness as GOD.Big Oil/chem/pharma all death worship(christian crony capitalism).The real god is Hortus/ra the Sun/photosynthesis life/bio giver(jesus bible life is a copy of Hortus myth, now ironically reversed).Plants are smarter than people.Christians worship Seth the lord of all darkness and deception(fossil fuel/medicine is from death/Seth).A false paradigm of global Pentagon strife for American profit-Seth.The Pentagon/seth must be dismantled,and the exotic Arlington hempfields/ra research center reestablished.Botanist Dewey showed that the healthy cellulose is hemp Sent two more letters to Marc,and with critical thinking class questions/comments.Every college in the world should ask students to make sense of the crimes of MarcEmery. In closing I’ve also sent a student packet to Eddy Lepp with all our love.