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MUSKEGON, MI - A bizarre butane hash oil explosion and resulting fire at a licensed marijuana grow operation is under investigation by police.

The fire was reported around 7:50 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, by a tenant in the commercial facility at 181 S. Getty St. in Muskegon, according to a press release from the Muskegon Department of Public Safety. 
The tenant noticed smoke in the building and called 911.

The explosion is believed to have resulted from the manufacture of butane hash oil, according to the press release. The resulting fire was extinguished by a broken water pipe and was out upon the arrival of firefighters, according to the release.

 

Among the uses at the building, owned by a 36-year-old Muskegon man, are four licensed medical marijuana grow operations, according to the press release. The tenant who reported the fire uses another garage there.

An investigation revealed that the likely cause of the explosion was a refrigerator motor igniting butane fumes, according to the release. Butane hash oil is illegal, said Muskegon Public Safety Director Jeffrey Lewis.

"The investigation is ongoing," Lewis said. "If confirmed, we'll submit it to the prosecutor's office for review."

The explosion was the second of its type in Muskegon County in recent months. In December, butane hash oil processing was suspected of causing an explosion that rocked a Muskegon Township home.

 

http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2017/02/butane_hash_oil_production_sus.html

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Given the press release yesterday by the feds, they are adding BHO to the list of things that they will be enforcing the federally illegal rule. Expect more of this from AG Sessions. He will be looking for every little chink in the armor and using these overblown police press releases as a springboard to Overreach into State's Rights.

 

BHO manufacturing is going on, no one is safe: not those involved in the illegal operation themselves; not those who happen to be living or visiting nearby; not first responders,” United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha said in the release. “The demand for BHO, whether for purported medical purposes or otherwise, cannot justify its production, given the magnitude of risk. Second, those who continue to engage in the production of BHO, notwithstanding what ought to be abundantly clear by now, will be the strong focus of our collective law enforcement efforts.

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MUSKEGON, MI - A bizarre butane hash oil explosion and resulting fire at a licensed marijuana grow operation is under investigation by police.

http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2017/02/butane_hash_oil_production_sus.html

 

 

"A bizarre butane hash oil explosion and resulting fire at a licensed marijuana grow operation"

 

How can it be illegal if it was a licensed operation ? ? ?

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"A bizarre butane hash oil explosion and resulting fire at a licensed marijuana grow operation"

 

How can it be illegal if it was a licensed operation ? ? ?

Federally illegal, because they say so. 

 

First the cops say it, then the feds let out a press release that they are going after it. 

 

If your oil is dark and green you are good to go. If it's light and gold you will be flogged by the cops, that are emboldened by the feds, lead by Sessions, appointed by Trump, elected by the poorly educated and/or hateful. It's the new wave of ideals we have now because of the election result mandate. 

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Given the press release yesterday by the feds, they are adding BHO to the list of things that they will be enforcing the federally illegal rule. Expect more of this from AG Sessions. He will be looking for every little chink in the armor and using these overblown police press releases as a springboard to Overreach into State's Rights.

 

BHO manufacturing is going on, no one is safe: not those involved in the illegal operation themselves; not those who happen to be living or visiting nearby; not first responders,” United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha said in the release. “The demand for BHO, whether for purported medical purposes or otherwise, cannot justify its production, given the magnitude of risk. Second, those who continue to engage in the production of BHO, notwithstanding what ought to be abundantly clear by now, will be the strong focus of our collective law enforcement efforts.

 

Isn't an explosion just a side effect?  Just submit it to the FDA (who approves everything harmful) and get all the bad stuff about BHO listed as a side effect just like all the commercials on tv about medications with the listed side effects that last longer than the info about the medication it's self.  jking

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