This is to
update you on Dennis Hunter's court date.
Federal Court House in San Francisco.
You can have letter's
faxed to Tony's office at 415 421-1331 to the attention of Alex.
Letters should not be political! We honestly don't know how to keep it
apolitical, can't be helped but let's try.
This will be the appeal hearing of Dennis
being granted bail 2 weeks ago. Let's see if we can get people to
be at the courthouse. Tony should be the lead attorney at this hearing,
so this could be of benefit to Dennis.
Dennis Hunter bail was rescinded by Judge Chesney on July 11, 2002.
This further shows the excess of our federal government in it's efforts
to squash the medical marijuana movement in California by shutting down
the larger Compassion Clubs/caregivers and charging them criminally.
The voters of California have accepted and approved of this method of medical
marijuana access. We will keep you update on any new information.
Thank you for you support.
James Geddes needs
letters written in his behalf. Please visit Jamess
home page and see the travesty of justice that has been issued in the
State Of Oklahoma. Then write the necessary letter to the
Oklahoma Parole Board Members. Ask that they parole James on
this 45-year sentence and to commute his last 45-year sentence. WE
CANNOT CONTINUE TO ALLOW THIS TYPE OF INJUSTICE TO HAPPEN IN AMERICA. STAND
UP AND BE HEARD. (Webmasters note: James was paroled
to his next 45 year sentence and is currently incarcerated......I have
a problem figuring that out.)
UPDATE: For those
of you who didn't know James Geddes 45 year sentence was reduced to 5 years.
We can expect James to be release by Aug 2004. It proves that public support
can make a change. Thank you for all your letters in James
behalf, they do indeed make a difference.
Roy Sharpnack will
be going to trial on Oct. 15, 2001. This man could be serving the next
40 years in prison for growing Medical Marijuana. See the Story
of Injustice on the facts of the case. Please write Roy showing
your support in his plight against an unjust government and it laws imposed
on its citizens.
Jake Sink will be going
to a Federal Penitentiary on Oct. 25, 2001, we need to write Jake and tell
him that we support him and await his release from prison. We can no longer
turn our backs to our prisoners of war (see
Story of Injustice).
It is high time that
we write our representatives and voice our oppositions to incarcerating
our friends and neighbors. The majority of which are decent regular hard
working people, Carpenters, Attorneys, Plumbers and Doctors with familes
who depend on them for love and support. Isn't it REALLY
time to put an end to this injustice of locking away Brothers and Sisters,
Mothers and Fathers, anyone who uses a harmless, (for adults only), HERB,
as their personal freedom of choice instead of alcohol or hard drugs even
Tobacco which kill about 475,000 Americans every year Please
help in Puttingand end to the drug war now by your involvement in an organization
such as NORML or MPP, just to name a couple of my favorites who make waves
and make changes in our current system.
McCormick needs to here from you. Write Todd and show your support.
To our Marijuana Prisoners Of War, it is so important to hear from the
outside. It is proven that after 3 years of incarceration, 90% of
all prisoners no longer have any contact with family members or friends.
We cannot forget our Prisoners of War, write them and let them know there
are people who care.
Elmore is getting ready to go to trial in Maryland on November 28th
and 29th in Calvert County. We need to show our support in Patricks
courageous battle with the State of Maryland. Patrick is a Medical
Marijuana user who suffers from Cluster Migraine Headaches. Patrick
was busted with 42 marijuana plants on an indoor grow. Patrick is
looking at 27 years in a state penitentiary. Are we going continue
to allow the prison industrial complex to grow with patients? It
is time to send our elected officials a message in that We will no longer
allow you to lock up medical marijuana patients. Please help Patrick
in his struggle to Free The Medicine in Maryland.
Thank you for your
interest in Adopt. We will continue to change and add to this page
as we become aware of individual plights around the United States. Please
join a Pro Marijuana Organization. Adopt has provided a large
list to review. It is up to us to supply the funds necessary to ending
this WAR AGAINST OUR PEOPLE.