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Drug War crimes are coming to your street Drive by law enforcement with fire power and roadside law enforcers with swab testers. Police are forgetting about evidence, impairment or justice and continuing to cause more harm than good old Cannabis. The HEMP Embassy Headlines are a selection of recent articles from news services and media […]

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Business is blooming Cannabis in 420 flavours with a big dollop of hype. The new ‘Green Rush’ is attracting prospectors and entrepreneurs with websites selling special weeds with exotic names. The smell of money and Cannabis does seem to be addictive. The HEMP Embassy Headlines are a selection of recent articles from news services and […]

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Operation Cash Cow. Laws are very dangerous when they are used to ‘protect and serve’ the best interests of company profits. Winning government contracts to supply testing equipment is akin to winning a defence contract to supply weapons. The measurement of impairment should be the primary concern for ‘driving under the influence’ rather than being in possession of criminal saliva. Prohibition is a lawful method of discrimination and raising revenue.

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Innocent until proven guilty


My name is Stan. I am a retired Sergeant of Police in Victoria for 14 years. I was also a police prosecutor at times, so I know what I am talking about. I spent half my life in Magistrates Court during my time in the Force. I was only ever a very fair copper, and […]

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Driven To Drink. Under prohibition, young people’s introduction to marijuana today is most likely with ‘weed’ grown in chemicals by organised crime, mixed with tobacco and smoked in a state of fear.

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The Australian Government’s track record for dealing with Cannabis is extremely poor. The announcement of a new scheme to regulate medical use is met with great concern over the details and rightly so. On the bright side, things can only improve from here.

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