Pot plots on farm

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Pot plots on farm

Postby Number Six » Fri Sep 16, 2016 1:22 am

I have a friend in another part of the state whose brother has two pot plots growing there, I took a few pictures earlier in the summer: http://i.imgur.com/61BNS1A.jpghttp://i. ... xOzVr6.jpg http://i.imgur.com/2IDsOdr.jpg http://i.imgur.com/MVU4B9V.jpg http://i.imgur.com/9qzq4lD.jpg

The friend has been totally cavalier about this, but as the legal owner of the farm he may be liable if the authorities interdict the controlled substances. Normal has a link to the state laws: http://norml.org/laws/item/connecticut-penalties

Am I being paranoid about this or does the friend have reasonable grounds for concern as the friend's brother gets ready to harvest his crop?
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Re: Pot plots on farm

Postby notorial dissent » Fri Sep 16, 2016 4:14 am

My opinion, FWIW, and not knowing CT's attitude towards or laws, is that it is a DUMB idea. I don't know if two plants is a felony or misdemeanor or if they even care, it may and probably dopes depend on the jurisdiction, but I do think it is DUMB, and I wouldn't want to find out the hard way.
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Re: Pot plots on farm

Postby Number Six » Fri Sep 16, 2016 6:53 am

I contacted the state regarding the law on it, it took 5 or so days for a response. I didn't give them an address, not my problem. They probably have bigger fish to fry.

Some of the hardcore tokers reference this violent outburst up in Vermont a few years ago as an example of civil rebellion against "tyrannical" government: http://thinkaboutnow.com/2016/09/vermon ... ed-arrest/ You wonder how long the judges and authorities will be looking over his shoulder?
'There are two kinds of injustice: the first is found in those who do an injury, the second in those who fail to protect another from injury when they can.' (Roman. Cicero, De Off. I. vii)

'Choose loss rather than shameful gains.' (Chilon Fr. 10. Diels)


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