A homeless and hungry man agreed to purchase $20 worth of weed for a stranger in exchange for a $5 finder’s fee. After the man received his $5 (marked by the police) he was arrested and jailed.
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Mar 01, 2015 · Man Gets Life In Prison For Selling $20 Worth Of Weed To Undercover Cop Discussion in ‘Activist Corner’ started by LittleDabbie, Feb 28, 2015.
[Cannabis] Man gets life in prison for selling $20 worth of weed: A homeless and hungry man agreed to purchase $20 worth of weed for a stranger in exchange for a $5 finder’s fee. ( boingboing.net ) submitted 3 years ago by vitruv
Source: Boing Boing A homeless and hungry man agreed to purchase $20 worth of weed for a stranger in exchange for a $5 finder’s fee. After the man received his $5 …
A hungry and homeless man who was entrapped into selling $20 worth of marijuana to an undercover narcotics officer in Louisiana has been sentenced to life in prison, with hard labor, and no parole.
Winslow gave the man $20 worth of marijuana and asked for a $5 delivery fee. Winslow was arrested, with the marked $5 on him, and found guilty of distribution of a schedule I substance.
A 56-year-old Texas man has joined the ‘marijuana lifer’ club after being sentenced to 24 years in federal prison for selling cannabis. David Lopez was convicted on drug conspiracy and possession charges, with federal prosecutors claiming he had been shipping cannabis from El Paso to U.S. cities from 2001 through August 2015.
Melendez sold methamphetamine to an undercover police officer three times in 2016: on Aug. 9, Aug. 11 and Aug. 16, according to a criminal complaint filed against him last year in Portage County.
Jan 13, 2014 · At least 25 people have been condemned to live out their days behind bars because they were involved in the marijuana trade, according to The Human Solution, a pot advocacy group.
Grandmother Receives Life In Prison For First-Time Drug Offense He had already been busted twice for pot: In 1984, he was caught selling an ounce of marijuana to a relative, who later sold it to an undercover officer.
The 19-year-old is accused of making and selling pot brownies. He’s charged with a first degree felony. “Five years to life? I’m sorry. I’m a law abiding citizen. I’m a conservative.
Man accused of selling $3,400 worth of weed to cop. Michael Cesare, 21, sold more than a pound of marijuana to the officer over three transactions.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A man sentenced to life in prison without parole on a marijuana-related charge walked out of a Missouri prison a free man on Tuesday, after spending two decades behind bars.