Medical Marijuana Defendant Aaron Sandusky Adjusts to Texas Prison

As Aaron Sandusky adjusts to his new environment at Federal Correctional Institution Big Spring in western Texas, he remains hopeful he will prevail on appeal.

The 43-year-old Rancho Cucamonga resident is serving a 10-year sentence after being convicted of violating federal marijuana laws. He was the president of the now closed G3 Holistic Inc. medical marijuana cooperatives in Upland, Colton and Moreno Valley.

Sandusky arrived in Texas on Friday after a weeks-long journey from the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles, where he had spent the last six months.

“I struggle every day. You want time to move fast but then it passes and it kills you to be inside, stuck in here,” Sandusky said during a phone interview. “If I don’t win this appeal I’m looking at settling down here and trying to find a way to pass the next 10 years. ”

Sandusky’s attorney, Roger Jon Diamond, has been working on his appeal.

– Read the entire article in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.



  1. gutrod on

    If Obama had any balls or conscience he would step in and right a serious wrong. American drug laws are not worth the paper they are written on.
    Obama: Are you listening: Pardon.
    Aaron: I hope you win your appeal, but I don’t like your odds at the hands of the venomous prosecutor’s performing the evil agenda of the American government which has much blood and misery on it’s resume. Why Canada’s current government models our justice system along those same hard lines is mind boggling to say the least. The public is aware of who the biggest bullies are, setting a poor example to the younger generation.