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olice Arrest Multiple Special Needs High School Students in Highly Unethical Drug Sting Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/police-arrest-multiple-special-high-school-students-highly-unethical-drug-sting/#se74xc0XEwiOGI4Y.99 Fragmento The war on drugs has reached a new low. 22 students at one high school alone, most of which were special needs students, were targeted...
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Policía arresta a estudiantes de secundaria con necesidades especiales: muy poco ético

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Viernes 13 de diciembre de 2013 (13/12/13)
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olice Arrest Multiple Special Needs High School Students in Highly Unethical Drug Sting Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/police-arrest-multiple-special-high-school-students-highly-unethical-drug-sting/#se74xc0XEwiOGI4Y.99




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The war on drugs has reached a new low. 22 students at one high school alone, most of which were special needs students, were targeted in a highly disreputable ‘sting’ operation.

Children that have a hard time making friends because of their special needs, are easy prey for cops trying to persuade them into procuring drugs. These poor kids are unwilling victims of this failed system of prohibition that does more to ruin the lives of teens than keep them ‘safe.’

At any one time, 59,300 prisoners charged with or convicted of violating marijuana laws are behind bars. Of those, 17,000 are behind bars for possession ONLY, not trafficking. Enforcing marijuana laws costs an estimated $10-15 billion in direct costs alone. Not to mention the sustained costs of incarceration of the individual who has done nothing to harm anyone. It is estimated that the money spent enforcing useless marijuana laws is double what we spend on education in this country.

A recent study conducted by the University of California, Center for Medicinal Cannabis, was published that sheds light on government prohibition of marijuana and its ridiculous implications. The irony here is that this study, published in The Open Neurology Journal, was sponsored by government.

The hypocrisy of marijuana remaining a Schedule 1 drug, “No Medical Use Whatsoever,” seems criminal when considering that pharmaceutical companies reproduce a chemical version of THC and are able to market and sell it as such. Marinol is a pharmaceutical chemical drug produced by Solvay Pharmaceuticals Inc. It contains the exact molecular structure of the THC molecule and has the same effects of marijuana. However you cannot grow Marinol in your backyard. You cannot make obscene profits from the patent of a plant, because luckily, the state has not granted their mega –corporations the ability to patent nature, yet. The contradiction here is that you can make nature illegal, and then recreate nature in a lab using chemicals, put that illegal part of nature, available for profit, into a pill and make millions.

The government funded study, appropriately titled, Medical Marijuana: Clearing Away the Smoke, concludes: “Based on evidence currently available the Schedule I classification is not tenable; it is not accurate that cannabis has no medical value, or that information on safety is lacking. The continuing conflict between scientific evidence and political ideology will hopefully be reconciled in a judicious manner.”

It’s time for this so-called ‘war’ to stop.

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