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good ole' paranoid San Diego, beautiful place, ruined by greed, as so many places are.

 

There's a great story I saw at yahoo about how the drug war has failed but I couldn't get the link to work here

 

Sb

 

EDIT: I decided to copy and paste it, it's in the "War on Drugs" section.

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(Newser) – Some 200 federal agents and police swarmed a national forest in northern Wisconsin to bust a massive pot-growing network on public land. The illegal operations involved clear-cutting forests to establish fields, drying barns and shelters so growers could live and process pot on-site, reports the Green Bay Press Gazette. The multiple sites in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest are believed linked to an even broader network of operations on other nearby land, including the Menominee Indian Reservation, and involve thousands of marijuana plants.

 

 

Investigators believe a single drug ring operates all the sites, reports AP. The organization wasn't named in court documents, but Mexican drug cartels have been linked in the past to sophisticated operations on other public lands in the US. So far 12 men have been arrested in the raids. Eight appeared yesterday in a Green Bay court with a Spanish translator. The investigation is continuing.

 

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.newser.com/story/97883/feds-raid-major-pot-network-in-national-forest.html#ixzz0wRKjFsjy

 

tahts a lot of Leo's

 

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(Newser) – Some 200 federal agents and police swarmed a national forest in northern Wisconsin to bust a massive pot-growing network on public land. The illegal operations involved clear-cutting forests to establish fields, drying barns and shelters so growers could live and process pot on-site, reports the Green Bay Press Gazette. The multiple sites in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest are believed linked to an even broader network of operations on other nearby land, including the Menominee Indian Reservation, and involve thousands of marijuana plants.

 

 

Investigators believe a single drug ring operates all the sites, reports AP. The organization wasn't named in court documents, but Mexican drug cartels have been linked in the past to sophisticated operations on other public lands in the US. So far 12 men have been arrested in the raids. Eight appeared yesterday in a Green Bay court with a Spanish translator. The investigation is continuing.

 

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.newser.co...l#ixzz0wRKjFsjy

 

thats a lot of Leo's

 

 

:thumbsd:

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