$84 million in pot seized in eastern NC

$84 million in pot seized in eastern NC

There are 10 comments on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from Jun 12, 2008, titled $84 million in pot seized in eastern NC. In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:

Comments on Topix forums : Lillington Investigators in eastern North Carolina say they've found 35,000 marijuana plants with a street value of $84 million growing in some woods in Harnett County.

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local

Asheville, NC

#1 Jun 12, 2008
What happens if they were planted by an illegal alien?

“Never believe generalizations”

Since: Feb 07

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#2 Jun 12, 2008
local wrote:
What happens if they were planted by an illegal alien?
He'll be able to afford the best defense money can buy if he hasn't already left the country in his Lear Jet.

“GWAR rocks”

Since: Feb 07

asheville (leicester)

#3 Jun 12, 2008
dang, not only is price of gas rising, so will the price in ganja
BisonBreath

Asheville, NC

#4 Jun 12, 2008
I remember when a 4 finger bag of redbud was 35 dollars.
PotShopper

Hickory, NC

#5 Jun 12, 2008
35,000 plants. And the neighbors could not smell the sweet sweet sticky? Sounds like the community approved of the farm.
BisonBreath

Asheville, NC

#6 Jun 14, 2008
So much for "Going Green."

“Report and Deport1866-DHS-2 ICE”

Since: Feb 07

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#7 Jun 14, 2008
BisonBreath wrote:
I remember when a 4 finger bag of redbud was 35 dollars.
ahhhh.....and mexi-skunk was only 20 and ya hoped they had 'fat-fingers'. lol
Go For It

AOL

#8 Jun 14, 2008
Not to late to plant, seems like demand will be good.
Ghost Dog

United States

#9 Jun 14, 2008
Was it planted or was it growing wild? Marijuana is a natural plant that exists in nature. Why is it illegal? Big business interests had it declared illegal to protect their interests as it became competitive with alcohol back in prohibition, plus, Mr. Hearst feared the use of Hemp in making paper and he owned a lot of forests that provided his paper. It is time to make MJ legal and put the police, especially Sheriff's Departments to use enforcing laws that involve violence, theft, fraud, child endangerment, domestic situations, and Drunk Drivers! It has been reported that MJ is the number one cash crop in NC, if that is so, look at all the tax money and jobs that are not being benefited from, stupid move, keeping MJ illegal. The "war" on drugs, especially, hasn't worked, won't work and has only generated industries like the law enforcement/industrial complex that eats more and more tax dollars for military equipment to outfit "SWAT" teams with fully automatic weapons and military equipment. Are they expecting a Division of MJ users to attack a city? They would most likely stand around and laugh/joke at the guys in the funny uniforms.
Ghost Dog

United States

#10 Jun 14, 2008
Hmmmmm,$84 million for 35,000 plants, that comes to $2,400 per plant! Who comes up with these figures? If they are worth that much, we need to be planting and farming and selling commercially, legally! How many plants to the acre? 20,000? Easy to grow, easy to harvest, easy to sell, don't even need distilleries or bottling plants!

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