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Visited my local Muskegon disp. yesterday and found out they were released from jail that morning having been busted by Schutte's State Police the day before.  According to the owner, a number of disp. in the Muskegon area were raided.  Tried to find a news report about this, but was unable to. Anyone know anything else?
 

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i'll bet they wished they had gotten one of those 30 day notices to stop breaking the law before they got busted...lol..what did they think ? that LEO would leave them alone until it became legal ? ..oh..well...i live near there and i haven't heard about it, but i really don't have anything to do with disps anyway.....bp

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Medical Marijuana IS Legal in Michigan.

 

These dispensaries ARE NOT.

 

This is What Legalization looks like.

 

the Solution.....Decriminalize.

 

I wonder what their thoughts on decrim is Now.

 

I hear Snyder is changing the name of the MSP to Marijuana Safety Patrol.

Their Moto " Using any means necessary to protect you from yourself."

,,,,fknrepublicans

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If cannabis users were not fully supporting them with graciously given cash, they'd close up quick.

What can you do about this besides :horse: ?

The Law is for Patients, not cannabis users. These guys give us a black eye.

 

now they are screwed and so are their "customers" for listening to people like you.

 

What part of that don't you understand. or is it denial?

 

how many must be arrested before you see the light? or do you even care as long as you can make a buck on it.

 

That beat a dead horse you got there are the Good patients and CareGivers bashing the

Bad dispensaries

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If cannabis users were not fully supporting them with graciously given cash, they'd close up quick.

What can you do about this besides :horse: ?

 

 

But that may mean they would have to grow it or look around to find one that would take some time imho you should take your time and pick the  right one people that use them don't want do not want to go the Court Room way

 

you don't see patients being arrested for using Cannabis any more in this State 

 

Growing = Yes

 

Selling = Yes

 

Carrying = Yes 

 

Peace

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The Law is for Patients, not cannabis users. These guys give us a black eye.

 

now they are screwed and so are their "customers" for listening to people like you.

 

What part of that don't you understand. or is it denial?

 

how many must be arrested before you see the light? or do you even care as long as you can make a buck on it.

 

That beat a dead horse you got there are the Good patients and CareGivers bashing the

Bad dispensaries

cannabis users vs Patients?  sounds like a physician based opinion. There will be bad apples in every bunch. To believe that only or even the majority of Registered Patients visiting supporting dispensaries with their hard earned dollars you may be in for a surprise.

 

what did I say to a dispensary customer that screwed them?  What makes you think dispensary customers would listen to the words I speak in this forum?

there are no other people like me btw.

 

did you know that this very forum supports the dispensary model ? heck, you may actually be a minority in this group my man!  check your "When in Rome" cape.

 

I don't make any money with cannabis yet, but the day its legal for me to do so, I just may. I also do not hold it against anyone for trying to make a legal profit in the cannabis industry. I do not financially support dispensaries one bit, and I do not assist in arrests. On the contrary I educate patients who use cannabis to relieve their symptoms, and they naturally locate a sane, competent grower for their supply, or produce their own needs themselves, instead of visiting a dispensary.

 

see the light? yes, I do!  Again "If cannabis users were not fully supporting them with graciously given cash, they'd close up quick."  I stand by that statement, semantics included. What fault in it do you find?   who is supporting dispensaries other than the carded patients handing over their money for meds and the caregivers selling it to them?   YOU never speak to those two groups, only to the air with your rhetoric. Its simple, get to believe your words and you get your way instantly maybe. Repeating the same "dispensaries are illegal, Fuk the Republicans, its their fault" is the Dead Horse my friend.

 

speak to those who actually keep a dispensary in business. Its not the politicians fault that people visit dispensaries. some states show beautiful provisioning centers doing a world of good in their communities and welcomed by the majority surrounding them. We could be there soon even.

 

peace

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If cannabis users were not fully supporting them with graciously given cash, they'd close up quick.

What can you do about this besides :horse: ?

 

 

But that may mean they would have to grow it or look around to find one that would take some time

 

you don't see patients being arrested for using Cannabis any more in this State 

 

Growing = Yes

 

Selling = Yes

 

Carrying = Yes 

 

Peace

 

yep, you are correct sir. They need supply. we voted a provision to allow them to find a grower, or buy it anywhere. we got exactly what we voted for. no sense in crying over spilt milk just because municipalities are giving up on the war on cannabis users.(dispensaries allowed)

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"never underestimate beating a dead horse"....faux news They built a network on it!

 

Actually, we are in favor of complete Decriminalization. Disp, Farmers Markets, etc.

 

But we ain't there yet, don't get ahead of yourself....catching a case can be hazardous to your pocket book.

 

Until then. disp are illegal, verboten, taboo, BAD MEDICINE

 

Do theseLocal Laws Trump State or federal Law with regard to MMJ?

 

Will these local laws stop the raids? Stop the arrests? stop exposure of patients thru the disp?

 

Nope. Just more court fodder

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what are we to expect if we condone the dispensaries, support them, and cities allow them? The wealthy will run them, status quo.
We have two sides now, and the dispensaries supporters are winning all over the place. We have several in surrounding cites too. Not holes in the ground but obvious provisioning centers. Here to stay I bet.
When the program began one of those groups was all over the dispensary models and defending their practices and even saying they are exactly what was "intended". Now that group is saying they are the devil, evil greedy btards and should be avoided.
Cannabis Chameleons ? who can we support? who to believe today? norml? Jackson Farmer Markets? local cops?

Regardless of the way I vote, or who is president, I believe the winner will be determined by the amount of cash support they have. Who to trust? Most 401k's are relying heavily on prescription drug manufacturers, maybe the strongest opposition to people producing their own medicine in their basements. How can we with a clear conscience then give money to fight their aims? The majority voted for exactly those in office today, they wanted them to be in office. How can we fight the agenda demanded by the majority?  

I'm moving to that country tpain says cares more about its citizens than ours..... :dodgyrun:Cannabis relief may have been more effective when it was illegal.

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It is only when I walk past a licensed operating dispensary to a court for some task related to defending a patient or caregiver that I sense in some areas things are not as they should be. They are not giving up the war on cannabis users; they are letting favored businessmen out of it.

 

When they cease the war on their licensed entities it frees up resources to run the rest of us through the grinder, it seems. That is how it plays out, at least.

jesus! 

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The problem are these Ivory Castle types thinking the world revolves around them and they don't need no stinking laws.

 

So they buy lawyers and they buy politicians and they buy judges and they buy judiciary committee chairmen and they buy cops and they pay for billboards and campaigns.

 

It is always for greed and never for the one ineeds , the little guy.

 

You Ivory Castle folk need to get both feet on the ground and hang with us White Castle folk.

 

Might all learn something and insure peace on the playground

 

I really never thought I would see the day you would legally be able to grow your own in Michigan.

 

Then we unified to win in 2008,

 

We ain't Goin back.

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I should have said some municipalities are giving up the war on cannabis provisioning centers, rather than users.

 

Every day when someone votes with their money at a dispensary, what can other users do that day to protect their home grows I wonder?   If money is playing part in politicians allowing dispensary actions, what could we possibly do to stop that, and do we really want to ?

What defense is available to a caregiver who sells to 100 patients in one day?  From his store front?   Has the defense ever absolved one in court?

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