Compassionate spokesperson on City TVRielle Capler of the BC Compassion Club Society critiques "decrim with fines" on City TV breakfast television in Vancouver. A local cop endorses medical use, and then remains open to "what appears to be the future". Awsome TV. A tour of the Compassion Club from early 2001:http://www.pot-tv.net/archive/shows/pottvshowse-535.htmlPlease check out my super cool website: potshotzine.com
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With Special Guest David Malmo-LevineThis episode, the prince of pot and his lively court jester review all the "high-lights" in a year strewn with them. The highest of highlites:Pot TV on MTV:http://www.pot-tv.net/archive/shows/pottvshowse-1328.htmlPot TV news covering the MTV visit:http://www.pot-tv.net/archive/shows/pottvshowse-1147.htmlJohn Stossel - "The war on ourselves":
Archivist: the second video has a slight sync issue but only for the first minute or so. This is due to a problem with the original video. DML deconstructs decrim & de court delayGet a "behind the scenes" look at the Supreme Court challenge "decrim delay" along with a review of the related media surrounding both the challengers and the government's shanannigans. Here's the long version of my speech (it's much shorter now):http://www.pot-tv.net/archive/shows/pottvshowse-1664.html
David Malmo-Levine Get's Ready For Supreme Court!The Friday the 13th we have all been waiting for is just about here! Pot TV's own David Malmo-Levine, Chris Clay, Randy Caine and some of Canada's Top Lawyers are heading to Supreme Court on Friday, December 13th, 2002 to challenge Canada's Pot Laws. David, who is representing himself has 35 minutes to tell the Supreme Court Judges why they should strike down cannabis Prohibition. David's gotta edit off twenty more minutes from this speech, nows your chance to tell him whats gotta go! Please check out my super cool website:
On Friday Dec. 13th, 2002, David Malmo-Levine, Chris Clay and Randy Caine while be challenging the legality of Canada's Pot Laws based upon Canada's Charter of Rights. Learn the details on this historical case from Lawyer John Conroy and activists David Malmo-Levine, Chris Clay and Marc Emery.
The first in a series on "Hempster Histories"This clip features a history of pot activism in Canada up until 1993, the year Bill Clinton's and Kim Campbell's hipocracy was broadcast for all to see. Check out the High Society archives for loads of Canabian activist history related stuff.
CBC's Big Life with the best of the west in '98Daniel Richler's awsome CBC show "Big Life" did interviews with Randy Caine, Hilary Black, Marc Emery, the late Gil Puder and host David Malmo-Levine back in '98. Sadly, both Gil and Big Life were gone by the end of '99. Stay tuned for next week's HS - Howard Marks and DML on BIG LIFE.
On May 1st the Drug Free America Foundation Inc. Propaganda Machine rolled into Vancouver and held the International Drug Education and Awareness Symposium (IDEAS) with an agenda of examining "Canada's permissive Drug Policy". A coallition of Canadian groups and activists showed up to welcome them Vansterdam style...... Produced by Vancouver based film-maker Pakfish.
Lest We Forget the Drug War PastCanada's Court jester of Cannabis, the encourageable David Malmo-Levine, brings us a rally full of peace and celebration in rememberance of the violence and chaos that took place by the hands and batons of the police thirty years earlier at Vancouver, British Columbia's Gasstown Smoke-In. Isnpiring Speeches by David Malmo-Levine, Marc Emery and Dick Cowan, with music provided by Vancouver's own Beefy Treats.
The "how to sell pot on TV to healthy people" showDavid Malmo-Levine (and some very cool friends) opened up a pot selling club back in Oct. of 1996..... it made some news and was captured on video by artists.....here's some of the vintage footage of the club that led to the charges that led to the Supreme Court of Canada. See Cannabis Canada issues #7, #8 and #9 in the back issues section, and see also "Very latest Supreme Court argument" in the Activists and Activism discussion forum: