Aaron Sandusky Guilty of Two Counts in Federal Medical Marijuana Trial

Aaron Sandusky walked into federal court on Friday facing six marijuana-related charges, and a jury later that afternoon found him guilty of two of them. He is now facing a possible life sentence in federal prison.

Sandusky, who ran G3 Holistic, Inc. in Upland, Colton and Moreno Valley,

was found guilty of two conspiracy counts related to a federal raid on Nov. 1, 2011 at an Ontario warehouse facility, said his attorney Roger Jon Diamond. The two counts are conspiracy to manufacture marijuana plants and intent to distribute 1,000 plants.

The jury deadlocked on the remaining four counts during the trial in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles.

Diamond said he was disappointed with the verdicts. “Just given the fact we could not put on any evidence that we had,” he said.

Sandusky, who had been free on bail, was taken into custody after the proceedings. Sentencing is set for Jan. 7.

– Read the entire article at The San Bernardino Sun.



  1. gutrod on

    Possible life in prison. The real criminals are American prosecutor’s and their insane laws. What a complete waste.

  2. fullhouse29002aol.com on

    I am deeply sadden by this news. NO ONE should EVER have to spend one night in prison much less the possibilty of your entire life, When will our goverment stop putting people in prison for a plant that is natural and has medical uses. It is completely ridiculas. They are just a bunch of power drivin money hungry bunch of hippocrates. Should the differance between being a prisoner or president really only be the fact that one got caught, After all we have had many presidents that have admitted the use of the plant. VOTE YES ON 64 80 AND I-502.

  3. Anonymous on

    if anybody is able -please contribute to this very important case