Jesus Pictures Hide Lots Of Pot

February 12, 2010

US/Mexico Border (ChattahBox) – Three framed pictures of Jesus Christ were seized this week and found to contain thirty pounds of marijuana.

The pictures were found when an unnamed 22-year-old woman attempted to take them over the border.

Drug sniffing dogs alerted border customs to the pictures, and police cut out the backs to reveal the marijuana in various bundles nestled against the portraits.

“This is not the first time we have seen smugglers attempt to use religious figures and articles of faith to further their criminal enterprise,” said William Molaski of U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.

“What some might find offensive or sacrilegious has unfortunately become a standard operating procedure for drug smugglers. This would include using religious symbols, children and senior citizens in their attempts to defeat the CBP inspection process.”



One Response to “Jesus Pictures Hide Lots Of Pot”

  1. malcolm kyle on February 13th, 2010 6:12 pm

    There are just three groups of people who still believe in drug prohibition:

    1. Fairly retarded true believers; ignorant Calvinists that have never lost their vindictive fervor for punitive hatred and who actually think it’s better that way. They get high on their own stupidity while protesting the taking of any non-liquid intoxicants.

    2. Those who profit from the law enforcement/ prison industrial complex.

    3. Those who profit from the manufacture, sale, and distribution of prohibited drugs.

    The thing that’s really important to keep in mind is that the second group is oftentimes inexorably intertwined with the third group, while they both pretend to be part of the first group.

    So why can’t all you prohibitionists admit the obvious? The misguided and counterproductive policy of prohibition has failed; the “unintended” consequences are disastrous. Untold Thousands of people have lost their lives in prohibition-associated violence. Drug lords have taken over entire communities. Misery has spread unabated and corruption is undermining fragile democracies everywhere.

    We’ve had decades of interdictions, spraying and raids on jungle drug factories, but Latin America still remains the world’s largest exporter of cocaine and marijuana, while Afghanistan, even with American occupation, continues to produce over 90% of the worlds opium and heroin.

    To continue prohibition is ludicrous and whoever can’t see that by now must be on something far stronger than the rest of us have even heard of.

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