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By Steve Trevelise

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  • From Jack Herer’s book, The Emperor Wears No Clothes:
    “Prisoners being held for the peaceful, non-violent possession, sale, transport or cultivation of cannabis hemp must be released immediately. Money and property seized must be returned. Criminal records must be wiped clean, amnesty granted and some sort of reparations paid for time served. These cannabis prisoners are the real victims of this monstrous crime against humanity called the ‘War on Drugs.’
    “In the end, half-measures will not be acceptable.”

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