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Subway Vigilante Busted for Pot in NYC

Bernhard Goetz, the man who was dubbed the “subway vigilante” when he shot four youths who he said were threatening him on the subway in 1984 was busted Friday evening for selling $30 worth of pot to an undercover female cop.

Peter Tosh's Son Held in NJ on Pot Charges

Youngest son of Peter Tosh Held in Jail on $200,000 Bond Bergen County, New Jersey, -- October 9, 2013 -- In a bond reduction hearing on Monday, October 7th, Bergen County Judge, John A. Conte refused to release Rastafari reggae artist, Jawara McIntosh, known also as Tosh...

Alabama Cops Pot Busts, Stealing Seized Assets

Like many local police agencies, the West Alabama Narcotics Task Force (WANTF) receives federal grant money to make drug arrests. This year, WANTF has worked hard to combat the drug menace by conducting a record-setting raid of college kids who smoke pot. Then the command...

The DEA: Listening in Since 1987

First the National Security Administration (NSA) came out saying that they have been collecting phone data on citizens for the past five years, now we find out that the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has been listening in since 1987.

California Gov. Vetoes Defelonization Law

Facing a massive crisis in prison overcrowding, California’s Assembly passed a bill to allow prosecutors to charge certain cases involving possession of cocaine, meth, heroin, ecstasy, hashish and other “hard drugs” as “wobblers,” meaning it ...

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