Marijuana Debate - Fort Worth, TX

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Fort Worth, TX.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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Sneek Blee

Oklahoma City, OK

#84 May 24, 2013
ex-Arlington Texan wrote:
I was the victim of human trafficking between 1998-1999. My captors, a Black gangbanging couple, had forced me into giving them free rides around Arlington and other parts of the Metroplex so that they could sell and distribute cannabis. They had made colossal profits at the expense of my enslavement. With these profits the couple had fueled their gang with more illegal capital (guns and drugs). This had gone on for 11 months. During this time I was not paid anything, I was under heavy control, I was forced to do things, I could not change peers, my movement was restricted, I had worked 16 hours/day and 7 days/week, I was forced to accept their dope so that I would always be in debt, I was exposed to dangers such as loaded guns, thieves, and other gangbangers, I had received no breaks except at the couple's dope clients' driveways, I had food and water restricted for the entire shift, I was not allowed to attend/study my classes that I was enrolled in at TCJC SE, and I was not allowed to make new friends or look at females. Fortunately, I am in the process of filing charges against this couple through the Family Mosaic Services. If my case gets accepted then I will want to put my story on the media. When this happens I do not think that cannabis will become legal in the state of Texas. At least for a long time anyway.
None of that would have happened if cannabis was legal. Your story only shows prove of the violence associated with prohibition......hmmm, did they hold a gun to your head and force you to sell alcohol and tobacco on a daily basis...and if not then I wonder why?
Will Caylor

Fort Worth, TX

#85 May 24, 2013
we need the material for making clothes. We need the weed for meds. It shouldn't be illegal.
MeJi

Fort Worth, TX

#86 May 29, 2013
Because to much money is spent on trying to keep it illegal and trying people in court wasting our tax dollars on petty marijuana cases.

“Dying 4 ur sins-so tell me”

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth

#87 Jun 2, 2013
ex-Arlington Texan wrote:
I was the victim of human trafficking between 1998-1999. My captors, a Black gangbanging couple, had forced me into giving them free rides around Arlington and other parts of the Metroplex so that they could sell and distribute cannabis. They had made colossal profits at the expense of my enslavement. With these profits the couple had fueled their gang with more illegal capital (guns and drugs). This had gone on for 11 months. During this time I was not paid anything, I was under heavy control, I was forced to do things, I could not change peers, my movement was restricted, I had worked 16 hours/day and 7 days/week, I was forced to accept their dope so that I would always be in debt, I was exposed to dangers such as loaded guns, thieves, and other gangbangers, I had received no breaks except at the couple's dope clients' driveways, I had food and water restricted for the entire shift, I was not allowed to attend/study my classes that I was enrolled in at TCJC SE, and I was not allowed to make new friends or look at females. Fortunately, I am in the process of filing charges against this couple through the Family Mosaic Services. If my case gets accepted then I will want to put my story on the media. When this happens I do not think that cannabis will become legal in the state of Texas. At least for a long time anyway.
First and foremost , I'm sorry you endured this enslavement and I wish you the best of luck persecuting these heinous people.

To be honest you cannot profile a drug from the actions of a select few assholes . The drug doesn't change peoples morals. A good person is a good person whether they are stoned or not. If this drug was as influential as you think why didn't their customers also enslave people? From what I understood You were actually a drug dealer that got in over your head and had to work off your debt. Or your just a government dis info agent,an employee of the textile industry , an employee of the pharmaceutical industry or alcohol distilleries , or a cop that knows the prison industrial complex needs pot to stay illegal to justify the money they receive to stay profitable and steal hard working individuals lives and families. Trying to post negative shit about beneficial plant is typical of these types of crooks.

Please accept my apology if you were actually held by these people as I don't mean to be rude but in my opinion if you were not chained to a tree or under constant supervision and wanted to quit being a delivery runner all you had to do is leave .




josh

Fort Worth, TX

#88 Jun 12, 2013
to help the people in pain and cronic illness to suffer less
Pale Dago

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#89 Jun 13, 2013
Mister goodie two shoes doesn't want you to have it.
Tanner

Columbia, TN

#91 Dec 13, 2013
Follow this link to the top 10 most influential organizations for legalizations:

www.dinafem.org/en/blog/canabis-marijuana-leg ...#

The links on this page include LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition).

There are also links to peer reviewed studies that challenge the notion that canabis has no medicinal value.

You're welcome.
Wesley Shaw

Arlington, TX

#92 Dec 17, 2013
me and Mike Good are homosexuals
LMAO

Sherman, TX

#93 Dec 19, 2013
It's a proven Rx for many condetions and now worse than beer plus you can not OD on weed
taylor

Belize City, Belize

#94 Jan 6, 2014
Its the same as most texans. Its less dangerous than alcohol and more beneficial. Give it a chamce. The people that smoke are going to smoke it whether its illegal or not. Why not keep the people doing it responsibly out jail.

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