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In light of the August raids of medical marijuana clinics in Oakland County and suspected local police surveillance, the Traverse City Compassion Club is putting its weekly private meetings at the Crema coffee shop on hold.


"Because of the extreme position of the Oakland County prosecutor, there's definitely a climate of fear here in Traverse City", said Bob Heflin, a member and former president of the Compassion Club.



That's the beginning of the article in the Northern Express.  The rest of the article gives the same impression, that the club is just cooling its heels a bit in light of the current nervousness.


Another bit from the article:


At the club's last Monday meeting on August 30, one of the members observed that six plain clothes police officers -- dressed in short pants and polo shirts with visible side arms -- were sitting in a van with electronic surveillance equipment.


"dressed in short pants" -- LOL, what does the author think of those cops?






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My head just rolled into some of the van survelliance scene's from Cheech & Chong movies.....




sittin and groovin wit officer lizard breath


Hey man! can I score a bag? far out man



Sept 8th we get to show the voters that their tax dollars support the KEYSTONE KOPS who tend to kill sometimes

9.8.10 Oakland County Circuit Court Telegraph Rd

see ya there

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