I just got off the phone with Michael Lapihuska. He told me that the psychiatrist tapped by the DEFENSE for his psychological evaluation called him yesterday and told him that his appointment is this morning at 9:30 a.m. at the Calhoun County jail and that if he didn't show up that he, the psychiatrist, would write a letter to the judge recommending that Michael be sent to jail and that he would see him there.
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The Anniston Star published a series of letters last week about the case of Michael Lapihuska.
On Sept. 18, 2010 myself and 20 other dedicated drug policy reform activists from Alabama and Georgia retraced the steps of the historic Civil Rights March up Dexter Ave. to the Alabama State Capitol Building to protest the imprisonment of Canadian Marc Emery in the US Federal penitentiary for selling marijuana seeds over the internet.....from CANADA.
No one should ever have to go to jail for marijuana....especially those who are ill and using it for relief.
ACC member and patient Michael Lapihuska finally got his story in the Anniston Star. Michael is in a terrible situation.
I communicate with my very close friend and mentor Marc Emery nearly every day while he is being held political prisoner in an American federal prison for selling marijuana seeds from Canada.
I learned today that Skunk Magazine has listed me in the Top 100 Most Influential Women in Cannabis.
Getting Paid to be a Pot Critic? Yeah...I could definitely excel and rise to the top in that particular job.
In case you missed this article in the latest edition of The National Review here it is.
Assistant Coosa County DA Frank Selman Teel attempted to extort $5 million in exchange for rigging the grand jury to not return a capital murder indictment against Mr. Carl Weaver, a pot grower, in the 1995 double murder and attempted murder in Coosa County.