Rzad Kanady sie osmiesza represjonujac pacjentow i wysyla policje na apteki z medyczna marihuana. Trudeau okazal sie dobrym cwaniula (jak w Polsce Palikot), ktory wygral wybory obiecujac legalizacje rekraacyjnej marihuany dla mlodziezy i leczniczej marihuany dla ludzi chorych. Oszukali mlodych i starych schorowanych. A teraz represje policyjne. Czysta bolszewicka zagrywka premiera Kanady. Tak sie zwycieza w demokracji. Obiecankami cacankami i ladna buzia. Szkoda, ze narod glupi i takich cwaniaczkow wybiera. Ale czy to 1-szy raz w historii? Celem administracji Trudeau jest wiecej wiezniow politycznych w Kanadzie. Przeciwnikow aborcji i zwolennikow marihuany do celow medycznych.
"Pretty is as pretty does" - FOREST GUMP
"While you certainly can't blame police for doing its job - and they did it professionally Thursday as the people in the store admitted - you can question Prime Minister Justin Trudeau when he smoked marijuana as a member of the House of Commons, did it come from a legal source or from the grey market like the Emerys operate? There's a lot of hypocrisy to go around" - JOE WARMINGTON
'Prince and Princess of Pot' charged
TORONTO. Prominent marijuana activists Marc and Jodie Emery were charged with multiple drug-related offences in Toronto on Thursday after police in several cities raided pot dispensaries associated with the couple.
The self-styled "Prince" and "Princess of Pot" were arrested at Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Wednesday evening. The pair appeared briefly in a courtroom on Thursday afternoon.
Marc Emery faces 15 counts, including conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, and possession of proceeds of crime, while Jodie Emery is charged with five similar counts.
The Emerys own the Cannabis Culture brand, which is used by a chain of 19 marijuana dispensaries in B.C., Ontario and Quebec.
Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash said seven Cannabis Culture locations - five in Toronto, one in Hamilton and another in Vancouver - were searched on Thursday along with two homes in Toronto, one in Stoney Creek, Ont., and one in Vancouver.
The federal government is moving to legalize marijuana, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau emphasized late last year that the current laws still exist.
Police forces across the country have been raiding pot shops in recent months and charging owners. "This is a move to attack Jodie and Marc Emery," said Danny Kresnyak, editor of Cannabis Culture magazine. "It has nothing to do with protecting the children or keeping it out the hands of organized crime or anything else that they're saying in their statements.
Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott said Thursday that the federal government remains committed to introducing legislation on the matter in the spring but noted that it would have to go through a rigorous parliamentary and regulatory process.
"It's a firm commitment of our government to legalize access to cannabis, to regulate that access and to restrict it approprieately," she said. "We want to make sure this is done properly and people need to recognize it will take some time but it will be done." The Canadian Press (NATIONAL POST, Friday, March 10, 2017).
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