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Alliance Police Department sees rise in Marijuana related arrests and investigations

There are 3 comments on the KOTA Television story from May 5, 2013, titled Alliance Police Department sees rise in Marijuana related arrests and investigations. In it, KOTA Television reports that:

Lieutenant Ken Hart says since Colorado legalized marijuana their department hasn't made any changes to their enforcement techniques, but they've seen a big increase in arrests and investigations related to marijuana.

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Hugh Yonn

United States

#1 May 6, 2013
"Alliance Police Department sees rise in Marijuana related arrests and investigations"

Meanwhile, back at the ranch...the house was being ransacked, the cattle were being rustled, and Granma was being raped by the cowboys....

Law enforcement needs to re-direct its focus on crime...to those that are REAL crimes.

I was in Federal Prison for 5 years for a marijuana offense. No, it was not for simple possession. I was arrested aboard a Lockheed PV2 in Marianna, Florida...charged and convicted for conspiracy to import and distribute 12,000 pounds of marijuana.

As those 5 years rolled by, what I did see were armed bank robbers, coming and going...while I still sat there for marijuana. Most of the bank robbers only spent 17 to 24 months. But, I and my fellow 'drug offenders,'...we stayed for YEARS.

I wrote about the escapades that led to my incarceration.
I admit, I had a great time.
No one was injured, no one was killed, firearms were not involved...there were no victims.

We were Americans...doing what Americans do best...living free.

The book: Shoulda Robbed a Bank
Hugh Yonn

United States

#2 May 6, 2013
Some of the 'beyond lunacy' that I truly love are the folks that claim marijuana leads to crimes against people and property...i.e.,'stealing to support the pot addiction.'
Hogwash!

I was involved in the marijuana trade for 14 years. I never saw this. The people I dealt with were honest and straight forward. We all came up through 'the ranks' together...meaning, we climbed from ounces to multi-tons as a unit.

Integrity was the key criteria.
When dealing in multi-tons, huge amounts of cash were involved. No checks or credit cards were accepted.

The only way to attain that level of transactions was through honesty.
There was no other avenue.
gay

United States

#3 May 6, 2013
Your gay

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