Nothing beats suing the cops (and winning) because they disturbed your sweet plants. The Register-Guard (Oregon) reports: A Lane County jury on Wednesday awarded $70,000 to a Blachly man with a medical marijuana card whose rural property was raided by sheriff's deputies after a helicopter patrol detected two small marijuana plots. Michael Wood, 43, a general contractor who operates an Internet-based weatherization company and 18-acre farm, filed the lawsuit alleging property damage and emotional distress from invasion of his privacy. "It was never about money," Wood said Thursday.  "It was the principle of the matter.  I did it so they hopefully will wake up and this won't happen to other innocent people."