Pubdate: Wed, 14 Jan 2004
Source: Calgary Herald (CN AB)
Copyright: 2004 Calgary Herald
Author: Michael J. Dee


Re: "Krieger faces fresh pot charge," Jan. 9.

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled no rights are violated by the
marijuana laws. Grant Krieger was arrested and deprived of his liberty
again and this does not violate Section 7 of your Charter of Rights
and Freedoms?

Krieger's property was seized again and this does not violate Section
8, protection from unreasonable seizure?

These arguments were not presented to the Supreme Court. Once they
are, can the government demonstrably justify why marijuana is illegal?
It appears to me there is a conspiracy to keep these arguments out of
court or suppress them from being raised, here in the United States as
well as Canada.

Michael J. Dee

Windham, Maine
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