Saturday, October 31, 2009

No prosecution for importing less than 500 pounds of marijuana

This has nothing to do with child development, but I was amazed when I read this morning that
The reasons vary, but federal prosecutors here and across the Southwest have often rejected cases involving relatively small amounts of drugs, usually less than 500 pounds of marijuana, because of the large volume of those cases and limited resources to handle them.
You think it's bad not getting growth or a COLA this year. Federal prosecutors don't have enough money to hire the lawyers, judges, courtrooms, and staff to prosecute anybody importing less than 500 pounds of marijuana. I know how big my shipments would be in the future.

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