"Loretta Nall and Anita Mayfield of the US Marijuana Party travel to Guntersville, Alabama hoping to question the propaganda Czar John Walters.....the American version of "Comical Ali" the Iraqi Information Minister. However, Wlater's show his true colors when he cancels the planned question and answer period and beats a hasty retreat."
Browsing: The US Marijuana Party
Marc talks to US and Alabama Marijuana Party President, Loretta Nall about the effectiveness of the Marijuana Party movement in the USA.
While viewing this, "please" focus on the SPEECH and not the video. A Russian news cameraman kept jumping in front of the cameraman and so the shot keeps moving. The words are what is important. Enjoy!
Loretta Nall, gives us an update on what's happening in her state, and announces the new court date for Webster Alexander, the 19 year old Alabamian who is facing 26 years for a total of two ounces in marijuana sales.
The Marijuana Party's Voice of Freedom and Justice in Alabama, Loretta Nall gives an nspiring speech speech on the steps of the Alabama State Capitol Building.
Alabama Marijuana Party Leader Loretta Nall announces plans for a March 10th protest against the 26 year sentence on 19 year-old Webster Alexander for the two time sale of one ounce of marijuana, and also covers related news in her area. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarijuana Party Organizes Protest In Support of Webster AlexanderALEXANDER CITY, Al. – March 03, 2003 (ALMJP) – The Alabama Marijuana Party will be conducting a protest outside the Lawrence County Courthouse in Moulton Alabama on March 10 at 10 am in support of Webster Alexander.
The Voice of Freedom in Alabama, Loretta Nall faces the harsh challenges in her area with a smile and style all her own. Loretta Nall, We Salute you Our Sister and Support Your Fight for Freedom!
Meet Webster Alexander the Alabama teen who got 26 years for selling an undercover narc he met at school marijuana. Contact the Alabama Marijuana Party to find out how you can help. TEEN GETS 26 YEARS FOR SCHOOL DRUG SALE MOULTON - A Lawrence County High School student pleaded guilty Monday to selling drugs at school and received sentences totaling 26 years in prison. Webster Alexander, 19, of 2161 Lawrence County 180, Moulton, received the jail time for six drug charges, including four for distributing controlled substances at the school.
13 Jan, 2003 Part 2. Alabama Host Loretta Nall talks about the spread of Marijuana Parties across the US and the financial benefits of Drug Reform. Plus, Loretta give her fellow Americans a Call to Action Part 1http://www.pot-tv.net/archive/shows/pottvshowse-1722.html