RI Cannabis Activist Urges Non-Violence Towards Police
RI's medical cannabis patients were already frightened and angry at State Police for running a medical grow ring monopoly racket, abusing the law and killing patients.
Now that anti-police sentiment is cresting dangerously around the US, cannabis activists are urging calm, so the police can be brought back under control.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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R.I. CANNABIS ACTIVIST CALLS FOR CALM AFTER
S.C. MAN'S MURDER-BY-COP CAUGHT ON VIDEO
Activist Alan Gordon is urging Rhode Island's medical cannabis patients (already terrified of lawmen
from a police medicine growing ring monopoly scandal earlier this week) to remain calm after the recent
SC murder-by-cop was broadcast on international TV. The RI patients were already made uneasy this
week by bogus police raids of legitimate patients' cannabis, raids called by a commercial "Discompassion
Center" run by the former State Police Commissioner.
”Patients are already angry that the medical cannabis mob killers have hired the state police as
Pinkerton private security for their overpriced racket,” said Calvin Winston, 64, who suffers from cancer
of the larynx.
Asked what he means when he calls the Compassion Centers “killers,” Winston says that their lobbying
power allows them a monopoly, which they use to keep prices so high, most cancer, MS, and Chrohn’s
patients cannot afford the amount of cannabis required to stay alive. “Now, they’re bribing the
Assembly to take away our home grow rights, so some excop can have all the business to himself. F---
him! I’m growing anyway, what have I got to lose?” asks Winston defiantly.
"We're trying to make peace with the police so they can stop killing people, and the last thing the police
needed was more out of state footage of the kind of murder-and-cover-up we've all known about all
along," said Alan Gordon. Gordon says activists should channel their fear and rage into action, but
without hurting the police, no matter how untrustworthy they have shown themselves to be about
cannabis. According to Gordon, gravely ill patients upset about the visible police corruption, who are
opposed to the “no more homegrow” bill in front of the Assembly, are gathering to protest tomorrow
2015 at 10:45 a.m. in front of the RI Statehouse in Providence