Prohibition and LA County
The War on The Freedomain Market
The Drug War and Interment Industry is a Violation of Fundamental Natural Rights.
Fundamental Natural Rights are those Rights that can be Claimed by Everyone Simultaneously without Forcing Someone to Serve the Individual’s Claimed Right.
Fundamental Rights are all Private Decisions, Actions, Endeavors and Production, that can be Exercised without Infringing on other Individual’s Liberty and Rights, by Force, Fraud or Coercion.
Denial of a Commodity and Industry that can be utilized within an Individual’s Fundamental Natural Rights is by its very Definition Un-Lawful and Un-Natural.
Prohibition is not Deregulation
These Policies Give Power and Monopoly to Lawless, Evil and Violent Individuals.
Prohibition Empowers Criminals and Criminalizes the Individual’s Civil Fundamental Natural Rights.
Sheriff Shills for Petro-Pharma?
Lee Baca, Chief Official of Justice for LA County, says almost All Voluntary, Private Exocannabinoid Distribution Businesses are Criminal
According to THOMAS WATKINS of AP – Sep 3, 2010, Lee Baca said, “Millions of dollars are being made for profit, and it’s all illegal,” the sheriff said this week.
I agree Hemp Seed oil, Hemp cloth, plastics, building materials, fuel and ‘Pot’, Exocannabinoid Medications for the Endocannabinoid System Should be Cheaper.
It is part of the public domain like the Hippocratic Oath, 1/3 of care is supposed to be given away for free (government health care) in order to have the privilege of be “Sole” certified as a medical Practitioner.
This has worked somewhat for over 100 years. But if the service to the public is removed from the trust then the Republic Certification can no longer be a Monopoly.
But the Prices and Crime is High Because of the Monopoly Prohibition that Black Market Criminalization of Personal Private Activities and Commodities of the Individual’s Fundamental Natural Rights.
“It is no surprise that people are going to get killed … drugs and violence go together,” Baca said.
Almost Drug Prohibition and Criminal Violence go together.
Our Chief Criminal Justice Expert needs to take a Lesson in Constitutional Law and Look to the Justice of the Individual Citizens and Less time trying to be an Economist or Sociologist.
LA B.o.S.-es Ban Industry in Small Unincorporated Cities, Already Hurt by Over Regulated Economy
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has moved toward enacting a complete ban on flourishing businesses that may be targets of robbery in a Depressionary economy in the unincorporated areas of the county.
Loss of industry will remove new tax dollars, jobs, local economy growth, industry development and lawful regulation of an industry currently run by criminals.
In a unanimous vote, the supervisors directed county staff to prepare an ordinance banning pot dispensaries. The ordinance would first need to be considered by the Regional Planning Commission and then by the Board of Supervisors, a process that would probably take at least three or four months.
Mike Antonovich is the author of a motion to Criminalize Medical exo–cannabinoid Clinics. This would criminalize the regulated commerce of prescribed and controlled distribution as well as agricultural processing and development.
Antonovich believes this Industry is Dangerous on its face and the Unincorporated communities and population of LA County are in danger from it.
Attorney Tulane M. Peterson, added: “This is a public safety issue. It is not a debate over the medical properties of a drug.” An official with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said pot-dispensing locations tend to draw crime and violence.
“(Dispensaries) are turning a lot of money and have attracted the attention of armed robbers,” Assistant District Attorney Jacquelyn Lacey said.
“Where there are armed robbers, there will be a loss of life. (The ordinance is) not a judgment on medical marijuana use, but saves the county residents from any crime that a dispensary would bring.”