Pubdate: Tue, 16 Sep 2003
Source: Good 5 Cent Cigar (RI Edu)
Copyright: 2003 Good 5 Cent Cigar
Author: Michael J Dee


To the Cigar,

Summer Witts wrote, "Tom Angell, president of the URI chapter of SSDP, said
the club works to make students aware of issues relating to the illegal use
of marijuana." Angell said "We try and educate people on the harm done by
the War on Drugs."

I believe SSDP should educate people on how the war on drugs causes injury,
harm to constitutional rights. The war on civil rights is based on the fact
the judicial branch blatantly violates due process of law, the Constitution,
to keep marijuana illegal.

Lawyers and judges refuse to recognize injury to fundamental rights to
privacy, to life, to liberty and to property protected by the 4th, 5th and
14th Amendments. If the courts did, the classification of marijuana as a
controlled substance would be declared unconstitutional.

Constitution Day is Wednesday Sept. 17. Is it a day of mourning?

Michael J Dee

Windham, Maine
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