Drug Roundup: 21 arrested in joint la...

Drug Roundup: 21 arrested in joint law enforcement effort

There are 48 comments on the The Sentinel-Echo story from Nov 21, 2012, titled Drug Roundup: 21 arrested in joint law enforcement effort. In it, The Sentinel-Echo reports that:

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. - Even before the sun peeped over the horizon, law enforcement officials from throughout the county were traveling along the county's highways and by-ways in search of drug traffickers.

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then

Winchester, KY

#27 Dec 3, 2012
Believe it or not wrote:
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Uh, those people MADE money on pot and stuff. They didn't SPEND it. You aren't too bright, huh? Those people bought LEGITIMATE items and services on a daily and monthly basis. Now they are a burden instead of contributing. Simple economics.
So since they make money ilegally locally, then spend it locally, then shouldn't whether or not it be enforced be a local issue? We don't want any drugs sold here. Simple politics!
What

Whitley City, KY

#28 Dec 3, 2012
Believe it or not wrote:
<quoted text>Uh, those people MADE money on pot and stuff. They didn't SPEND it. You aren't too bright, huh? Those people bought LEGITIMATE items and services on a daily and monthly basis. Now they are a burden instead of contributing. Simple economics.
How many names are you going by? You did not answer the question. Once again, if its made legal where will the extra income come from for people to purchase it? If you spend money on pot that normally would be spent on a gallon of milk does that put more money in the local economy?
What

Whitley City, KY

#29 Dec 3, 2012
then wrote:
<quoted text>So since they make money ilegally locally, then spend it locally, then shouldn't whether or not it be enforced be a local issue? We don't want any drugs sold here. Simple politics!
Well said
Casual Cannabis

Woodstock, IL

#30 Dec 3, 2012
if it was legal, people could grow it and sell it. duh. or work at a processing plant. or work at a dispensary. or any number of other businesses that would open up. more jobs = more income. can't u people see how one thing leads to another?
Casual Cannabis

Woodstock, IL

#31 Dec 3, 2012
What wrote:
<quoted text>
How many names are you going by? You did not answer the question. Once again, if its made legal where will the extra income come from for people to purchase it? If you spend money on pot that normally would be spent on a gallon of milk does that put more money in the local economy?
Just out of curiosity, who said anything about making it legal? Acting like i didn't answer a question that was never asked. Real smart.
What

Whitley City, KY

#32 Dec 3, 2012
Casual Cannabis wrote:
<quoted text>Just out of curiosity, who said anything about making it legal? Acting like i didn't answer a question that was never asked. Real smart.
You under one of your sock puppet names.
your neighbor

Paris, KY

#37 Dec 4, 2012
What wrote:
<quoted text>
I see what you are saying since you report being in California. We all know how their economy is doing. Good thinking "Stupid"!
Most people only have X number of dollars to spend per month correct? So for them to buy drugs with a portion of their money what would you suggest they not purchase?
perhaps alcohol, meth, or pills. since that's easier to find now due to the growing population of pot dealers in our jails.. why fight a harmless drug when we have bigger problems, if it was legal, it wouldn't be a street drug, nor a gateway. people are gateways.. just like how guns kill people... didn't we discover the trigger has to be pulled by a person?
truth

United States

#42 Dec 6, 2012
Blue Boy wrote:
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Does it really matter who turned you in? Start putting the blame where it belongs. What has your lifestyle done to your family?
yes it matters because you DON'T TELL PEOPLE KNOW THE PRICE WHEN THEY PLAY THE GAME...SO WHY UCLA SOMEBODY ELSE'S LIFE
justice

Greenbrier, AR

#43 Dec 6, 2012
some of these people spend many years in prison some for buying sudafed usually more than a person gets for murder .i just seen on the news where a man got 10 years for murder and know of a girl who got 20 for meth .I guess the courts think it is worse to buy sudafed than to to kill someone , to take a precious life ,It seems justice is not fair.
idiots

United States

#44 Dec 6, 2012
Yay!!! The drug problem is solved!!! No more drugs is Laural CO.

LMFAO
Blue Boy

Whitley City, KY

#45 Dec 7, 2012
truth wrote:
<quoted text>yes it matters because you DON'T TELL PEOPLE KNOW THE PRICE WHEN THEY PLAY THE GAME...SO WHY UCLA SOMEBODY ELSE'S LIFE
Simply don't play the game so there is no chance of retribution. What good has it done anyone?
Shame

Milton, WI

#46 Dec 7, 2012
Pot has done millions of people more good than bad. Putting people's cancer in remission, creating joy, helping battle hunger and so much more. I don't understand why anyone can still be against it. Makes no sense.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#50 Dec 8, 2012
Obama ADM so called (leaked) a topic about cannabis on the New York Times site,they call it a political trial balloon.I would go look but they charge money to read their stuff and post on it O_O saddest part is if the Politicians want a good feed on their trial balloons they should post this stuff in open free forums like CNN,not a paid site ;/

Since: Dec 12

#52 Dec 24, 2012
John wrote:
The drug war is a scam. Anyone who still supports the drug war is a moron.
the war on drugs will neve be won its like taking a crack dealer off the corner thers 10 more to take his place
isaw

United States

#53 Dec 24, 2012
what war? pot heads are peaceful folks. its the cops that come in waving guns everywhere. kind of a one sided war. more like a slaughter. bs if u ask me.

Since: Dec 12

#54 Dec 24, 2012
the war on mary jane all of them expecially the hard ones

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#55 Dec 25, 2012
just remember Jury Nullification its completely legal
wasp

United States

#56 Dec 25, 2012
I appreciate all the law for what they do and thanks alot cheesers for we the people will clean our home a little bit at a time.
why

London, KY

#58 Dec 25, 2012
Its way past time for pot and hemp to be legalized. To many Americans still believe that same lie thats been around since reefer madness came out. Proven fact that the movie was nothing but lies and a ton of misinformation all for a bunch of greedy people.
Clay County

Flat Lick, KY

#59 Dec 25, 2012
Headline:

Pot-crazed hippies beat and murder 75-year-old man in wheelchair.

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