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Feds Shut Down Silk Road, Seize $3.6 Million in Bitcoins

Despite a federal government shutdown, the FBI and other authorities today arrested the alleged owner/operator of the online underground marketplace Silk Road in San Francisco. Known for its burgeoning trade in illegal substances, Silk Road was a hidden website accessible...

Louisiana: 20 Years for Half an Ounce

It seems positively surreal that in the same USA where states like Colorado and Washington are legalizing cannabis, states like Louisiana are sending hapless souls up the river for possession of less than ounce -- but this is indeed the case.

Dirty Drug Test Equals Two Years in Solitary for Michael Douglas' Son

It doesn’t matter how wealthy you are when you’re in prison. Michael Douglas’s son Cameron, currently serving 10 years for heroin possession and conspiracy to distribute narcotics, was kept in solitary confinement for nearly two years after failing a dru...

Senator Rand Paul Identifies Racism, Corruption In War on Drugs

Republican Senator from Kentucky Rand Paul stated, “The War on Drugs has disproportionately affected young black males” in testimony Wednesday morning at the Senate Judiciary Committee, referring to US drug laws as “Jim Crow” laws that prevent one-...

Police Arrested Almost 750,000 Pot Consumers, Sellers and Growers in 2012

The FBI Uniform Crime Report for 2012 is in. Once again, police arrested almost 750,000 marijuana consumers, sellers and growers, despite the passage of legalization in two states, decriminalization in 15 states, and medical marijuana in 20 states.



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