Cannabis-Selling Coffeehouse Fined $13 Million For Breaking Dutch Law

March 26, 2010


One Response to “Cannabis-Selling Coffeehouse Fined $13 Million For Breaking Dutch Law”

  1. chmmrx on March 26th, 2010 1:50 pm

    Sounds like the catch 22 laws of USA 1937 tax act…

    Possession of marijuana required a $1 stamp. Individuals without this stamp faced a $2,000 fine, and up to 4 years in prison. Obtaining this government issued stamp required you to show the marijuana in which you were applying for. Following this tax act incriminated you of possession, and therefore made you viable for arrest.

    It should not be illegal but freaking prohibitionist will not let go.. Get over it !
    Prohibition has NEVER worked!!!!!

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    Marijuana is the flame, heroin is the fuse, LSD is the bomb–3

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