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Meantime in good ol retard Australia https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/...7837ed1f2a583c


Jenny Hallam, who gave cannabis oil to sick people, tells supporters she had pleaded guilty to drug manufacturing charges


Which one was the corrupt developing nation again???
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Meantime in good ol retard Australia https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/...7837ed1f2a583c


Jenny Hallam, who gave cannabis oil to sick people, tells supporters she had pleaded guilty to drug manufacturing charges


Which one was the corrupt developing nation again???

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This woman was naive .

“I was silly when (the police) were raiding the house, I kept trying to make them feel guilty by telling them about the kids who had been receiving the oil that were going to die because they had taken that away.

That stuffed me up because I was making admissions the whole time.”

Ms Hallam was planning to defend the charge by saying the production and distribution of the cannabis was a medical necessity.

Keep your mouth shut and engage a lawyer . Tellin sob stories to cops ? WHY ?

They aint the judge of your guilt ...

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Old 02-21-2019, 12:38 PM
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Yep agreed. Freedom fighters and idealists often take a bullet. The point being though that Australia has asshole retarded laws while more civilised countries are legalising
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Freedom fighters and idealists! Same as it ever was.

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More a case of thieving Brit thug criminals and illegal land grabs, genocide, rape and murder. BTW, I've met Jenny - awesome girl who wasn't profiting from the supply of medicinal cannabis to patients. Its really sad to see good people treated as criminals by thugs with guns.
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G`day Glow

Disappointing she`s gonna have legal strife . Some study of how the laws work would have been useful though .
Self incrimination is how the majority of people end up convicted .

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Old 02-22-2019, 08:06 AM
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G`day Glow

Disappointing she`s gonna have legal strife . Some study of how the laws work would have been useful though .
Self incrimination is how the majority of people end up convicted .

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Point well taken EB. Unfortunately Jenny was Naďve and believed wholeheartedly she was doing the right thing. Unfortunately for her what is moral and ethical isn't supported by law. That's what we need to change and fortunately for a lot of people there is people like Jenny that are willing to stand up and fight for what is right. Let's face it, it if hadn't been for millions of people who have made a stand for decades we'd still be being fed Harry Anslinger swill so the world needs people like Jenny.
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Just in today on our retarded politicians



Medicinal cannabis: desperate parents turn to black market


https://www.abc.net.au/radio/program...4sxNqhwXKzCNFM
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You want medical pot? Don’t grow your own

WITH MARIJUANA now legalised for medical use, the Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) has warned people seeking relief against growing it themselves.

“If you need marijuana for your illness, visit a doctor for a proper diagnosis or a prescription,” ONCB secretary-general Niyom Termsrisuk said recently.

He stressed that possession and use of marijuana without permission remains a crime punishable by a jail term or fine or both.

The authorities are now in the process of preparing medical marijuana for distribution through licensed sources, he said.

Prospective growers, importers and exporters of medical marijuana can submit requests for licences to the Food and Drug Administration, whose Narcotics Committee must first grant approval.

Eligible for consideration are state organisations that conduct research in or teach medicine, pharmacology, science or agriculture, and those that provide agricultural services for medical or pharmaceutical purposes.

Also eligible are pharmacists, dentists, veterinarians and practitioners of traditional Thai medicine and certified folk healers, as well as private higher-education institutes that do research on or teach medicine or pharmacology.

Legally registered community and social enterprises and agricultural cooperatives that work with or under the supervision of approved state organisations or private schools are eligible.

Also eligible are providers of international transport services, Thais living in Thailand who travel overseas with medical marijuana and other people duly authorised under ministerial regulations.

Legal entities seeking permission must be Thai-owned and have an office in Thailand,” Niyom said, “and two-thirds of their board members must be Thai.”

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Cannabis amnesty this week

FDA firm on regulated cultivation; Bhumjaithai Party vows to make it an economic plant

NEW REGULATIONS that will give amnesty to those in possession of cannabis are expected this week, the head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said yesterday.

FDA secretary-general Dr Tares Krassanairawiwong also maintained that the recent legalising of medical marijuana would not cover recreational use or allow cultivation by all growers.

He said the law now in force allows limited cultivation of marijuana under the auspices of relevant authorities and with prior permission from the Narcotics Committee.

“The amended narcotics law does not permit unrestricted planting of cannabis,” Tares said, responding to Bhumjaithai Party’s campaign pledge to legalise the cultivation of marijuana and a plan by the Tobacco Authority of Thailand to help tobacco farmers switch to cannabis.

“The law clearly states that marijuana cultivation must be for medical purposes, so permission will not be given for planting it for other purposes or for smoking,” the FDA chief said yesterday.

Said the FDA would this week submit three draft ministerial regulations on cannabis possession amnesty for Public Health Minister Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn to endorse. After the endorsement, he expected the new regulations to be announced in the Royal Gazette within this week before going into force.

The newly amended Narcotics Act came into effect on February 19 after passing through the National Legislative Assembly. However, the regulations are required to legalise medical marijuana.

Later, the Narcotics Committee approved the three drafts in support of legalising medical marijuana.

The first draft offers amnesty to organisations and researchers in the fields of modern medicine and traditional Thai medicine, if they register within a given timeframe. The second draft offers amnesty to patients, while the third offers amnesty to all other users and possessors of cannabis.

The three ministerial regulations would exempt doctors, researchers, community enterprises, cancer patients and others who register with the FDA or with health offices from legal action for possession or cultivation of cannabis.

Dr Tares said people afflicted with cancer and certain other medical conditions will be able to use marijuana leaves and flowers in their treatment as recommended by a doctor, not just cannabis extracts or oil.

Practitioners of traditional medicine who want to use marijuana or its extracts to treat their patients must first pass a training course to be organised by the Medical Science Department.

The first such training course, for about two days, could be held next month, department director-general Somsak Akksilp said yesterday.

He said medical personnel who pass the training would be registered as practitioners authorised to use marijuana in the treatment of patients.

“Both doctors and pharmacists will be trained. Hospitals and sanatoriums wishing to use marijuana in their treatment will have to register. The point is no harm must be done to the patients,” he said.

Meanwhile, Bhumjaithai Party yesterday stood firm on its policy platform to allow general cultivation of marijuana in Thailand, if it were elected to run the country.

The party’s leader, Anutin Charnvirakul, said he has become known as a leader who fights for the rights of marijuana users.

Bhumjaithai spokesman Settapong Malisuwan said the party wanted marijuana to become an economic plant that would help increase income for Thais.

“We will follow the California model. They succeeded in generating revenue of Bt1.9 trillion a year [from legalising marijuana],” he said.

Earlier, Tobacco Authority of Thailand director Daonoi Suttiniphapunt said the agency would encourage its tobacco growers to switch to marijuana cultivation, following legalisation of medical cannabis.

She said this would help tobacco growers at a time when cigarette sales are expected to decline due to a sharp hike in taxes.



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