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When you enforce drug prohibition like we do, in a country awash in guns and riven by racial inequities, sometimes it goes bad. This time two police officers died; mostly, it's civilians.
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POT TV - Cannabis commentator 'Radical' Russ Belville is on the air – and now on Pot TV – with The Russ Belville Show. In this episode: Mike Cann, Franc, and Dex from the Boston marijuana reform community join us to remember Mike "The King of Pot" Malta who passed this weekend. ALSO: More video of KOP at Boston Freedom Rally. Watch more episodes of The Russ Belville Show on Pot TV.
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POT TV - Cannabis commentator 'Radical' Russ Belville is on the air – and now on Pot TV – with The Russ Belville Show. In this episode: We remember Michael L Malta, aka The King of Pot, one of Boston's best marijuana activists, who passed away last night from a heart attack. ALSO: video of Bobby Black and Cheryl Shuman on Geraldo's FOX show; Dr. Mitch Earleywine answers live Cannabis Q&A; and music from Great Big Sea. Watch more episodes of The Russ Belville Show on Pot TV.
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POT TV - Cannabis commentator 'Radical' Russ Belville is on the air – and now on Pot TV – with The Russ Belville Show. In this episode: Live interview with Karey Lee, a prisoner at the federal penitentiary at Yazoo City, Mississippi, serving ten years for a marijuana conspiracy. ALSO: Learn how Karey recorded an album before his incarceration and how his childhood friend helped him land on the Billboard Charts. Watch more episodes of The Russ Belville Show on Pot TV.
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POT TV - Cannabis pioneer and activist Steve Kubby is now on Pot TV with KUBBY TV. In this episode: When cops in Mississippi decided they wanted fifty prime acres with a stunning lake, they decided to get it the old fashion way and steal it. Their victim was Dr. David Allen and they managed to concoct a terrible and compelling set of lies to win their case in court.
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On the morning of Monday, June 3rd, I was called to the Lieutenant's office. Getting called to the Lieutenant's office is never a good thing; at best it's a random urine test, at worst it's some disciplinary measure. As I approached the office, a C.O.
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