Mexico, which has fought a long war against drug cartels that supply U.S. users, is rethinking its marijuana policy after Colorado and Washington approved legalization.
MEXICO CITY — Forgive the Mexicans for trying to get this straight:
So now the United States, which has spent decades battling Mexican marijuana, is on a legalization bender?
The same United States that long viewed cannabis as a menace, funding crop-poisoning programs, tearing up auto bodies at the border, and deploying sniffer dogs, fiber-optic scopes and backscatter X-ray machines to detect the lowly weed? . . . Read Complete Report
Today a trial was conducted in Indianapolis Indiana on the issue of Declaratory relief and injunctive relief due to Obama’s use of a forged Birth Certificate, a forged Selective Service Certificate, and fraudulently-obtained Connecticut Social Security number 042-68-4425.
The presiding judge is a Superior Court Judge Sherry K. Reid. For the plaintiffs appeared attorneys Orly Taitz and local Indiana counsel Greg Black. For the defense appeared Deputy United States Attorney General Kenneth Joel and Deputy United States AttorneyGeneral Jefferson Garn.
Over an extremely rigorous objection by the defense, Judge Reid admitted into evidence exhibits and testimony of witnesses Paul Irey and Felicito Papa.
Mr. Papa testified that he had graduated from the Indiana Institute of Technology and had some 20 years of experience with Adobe Illustrator program. . . . Read Complete Report