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More New Mexico Body Cavity Search Horrors

HIGH TIMES reported today of the shocking case in New Mexico that is gaining national attention. David Eckert, stopped by police for running a stop sign in a Wal-Mart parking lot, was suspected of possessing drugs by a Deming city police officer. Eckert consented to a sea...

Chief Keef Popped for Pot Again

And here we have another victim of the US' failed war on drugs: Chief Keef is being sent to court-ordered rehab after failing three random drug tests for pot.

A Tight Ass Is Now Probable Cause

Well, having a tight ass is now not only officially considered probable cause, but apparently it also gives law enforcement a reason to unleash a series of rather brutal and questionable search tactics in the name of the  War on Drugs.

Dog Days How Accurate Are Police Drug Dogs?

HIGH TIMES asks the experts whether K9 units’ bites justify their barks in an effort to explore the assertion that police dogs act as “probable cause on four legs."

Driver Blames Pot on Grandma

While the phrase, “That’s not mine” has become the most common excuse fed to drug-sniffing cops during a vehicle search, an Illinois man recently took it upon himself to change things up a bit by explaining to an officer that the weed found in his vehicl...

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