Deep in the woods, pot growing thrives
LAKEWOOD, Wis. - The silence of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is broken only by the sound of Jeff Seefeldt's boots as he walks toward a clearing in the deep woods.
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#1 Dec 29, 2012
Good market for pot
#2 Dec 29, 2012
And Mexicans just cannot understand the contempt America has for them. The destroyed their section of this Continent and now are coming up here to try the same. The Feds have got to get serious about this crap. Zions National Park Rangers have found grow sites in the Park and surrounding forest. We need Military help to stop this. They are polluting out water the way they polluted Mexico's water. We need a National Leader that gives a damn what gong on here. Why do they not see what we do? It's killing the Country. Wisconsin and any other remote forest regions will be ruined. And illegals wonder? We do Hate this invasion. It's disgusting.
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