Marc Emery Arrest Leads to DEA Trap of Emery Seeds Customers

 
In July, Marc Emery, Michelle Rainey, and Greg Williams (Marijuana Man) were arrested in Canada. When the British Columbia Marijuana Party was raided by the DEA on July 22nd, the BCMP said that it was a "dramatic example of the loss of Canadian sovereignty to the US drug war." The search warrants were authorized at the highest levels of the provincial government in concert with a cross-border US-Canada law enforcement pact authorized by the a US-authored Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters treaty (MLAT) between the US and Canada. The US issued extradition orders for Marc Emery. The DEA and other agencies are claiming that by selling seeds to pot-growing Americans, Emery is engaged in a criminal enterprise with the growers. Petition to the Canadian government against the extradition of Marc Emery.

The DEA and RCMP and perhaps other agencies appear to be coordinating a massive round-up of both Canadians and Americans in a considerable escalation of the drug war. A report on Cannabis Culture magazine's website says that when seeds were sent out in June, they took unusually long to get to people's places. Some 200-300 orders were being intercepted somehow, and held up. The article says that theDEA took photos of unopened envelopes that were in two mail box addresses (since they were not allowed to open mail). However, a number of people have received a form in the mail that asks them to send a Western Union or Money Gram, with a code word and attention to certain people. Anyone who did not put their address anywhere on the outside of the envelope will likely not receive this DEA mail. Read more, including photos of the letters.

The article recommends that people not respond to those messages, and avoid activities that could be seen as illegal. Prosecution would require that those people who get the scam letter from the DEA incriminate themselves by agreeing that they wish to receive seeds, and through acknowldging the letter, prove that they asked for and paid for seeds. They suggest that people not buy seeds at any outlets or online businesses, whether in Canada or the USA, as "The US government and DEA are waging war, and many hundreds of people can still be implicated." People who have received these letters are asked to inform Jodie at cannabisculture.com Marc Emery Direct Seeds is closed for good. No refunds will be given, as the company did not keep records.

In July, Marc Emery, Michelle Rainey, and Greg Williams (Marijuana Man) were arrested in Canada. When the British Columbia Marijuana Party was raided by the DEA on July 22nd, the BCMP said that it was a "dramatic example of the loss of Canadian sovereignty to the US drug war." The search warrants were authorized at the highest levels of the provincial government in concert with a cross-border US-Canada law enforcement pact authorized by the a US-authored Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters treaty (MLAT) between the US and Canada. The US issued extradition orders for Marc Emery. The DEA and other agencies are claiming that by selling seeds to pot-growing Americans, Emery is engaged in a criminal enterprise with the growers. Petition to the Canadian government against the extradition of Marc Emery.

The DEA and RCMP and perhaps other agencies appear to be coordinating a massive round-up of both Canadians and Americans in a considerable escalation of the drug war. A report on Cannabis Culture magazine's website says that when seeds were sent out in June, they took unusually long to get to people's places. Some 200-300 orders were being intercepted somehow, and held up. The article says that theDEA took photos of unopened envelopes that were in two mail box addresses (since they were not allowed to open mail). However, a number of people have received a form in the mail that asks them to send a Western Union or Money Gram, with a code word and attention to certain people. Anyone who did not put their address anywhere on the outside of the envelope will likely not receive this DEA mail. Read more, including photos of the letters.

The article recommends that people not respond to those messages, and avoid activities that could be seen as illegal. Prosecution would require that those people who get the scam letter from the DEA incriminate themselves by agreeing that they wish to receive seeds, and through acknowldging the letter, prove that they asked for and paid for seeds. They suggest that people not buy seeds at any outlets or online businesses, whether in Canada or the USA, as "The US government and DEA are waging war, and many hundreds of people can still be implicated." People who have received these letters are asked to inform Jodie at cannabisculture.com Marc Emery Direct Seeds is closed for good. No refunds will be given, as the company did not keep records.

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