316 marajuana plants seized they say!, but nobody was arrested? Now that’s WINNING the war on drugs lol!

Read the MNJ story here by Mark Caudill

316 marijuana plants seized from corn fields

My comments that are not allowed since I am censored from commenting would be….

How much did this operation cost the taxpayers when NOBODY was busted?, better yet was any of the corn destroyed in doing so? It’s not like the farmers have enough to worry about with flooding, varmints, and deer. One can only assume when they say the marijuana will be destroyed and we can’t watch, or it will actually be used to benefit a way in paying for this operation?, (Only a guess) for once I would love to see them actually destroy the plants. One can only guess this is payback for those who advised where their plants were last year that everyone took (smile).

Let’s NOT forget, the BEST pot is not being grown outdoors. This will not hurt those who are growing INSIDE or have friends who are in on these busts keeping them informed when and where these attacks will commence. The BEST pot growers have friends on the inside, all this does is assure the cost remains high so the majority of folks who work hard for their money can’t afford it. – (pardon the pun)

No, this is not the property of Gannett – just a picture of what they fail to tell you here. The BEST pot is not grown in Ohio climate, but rather indoors. The REAL dealers know this?

 

Sorry Gannett, but you don’t own the rights to facebook comments, if employers can and do use them, so can I.
  • Dana Edmonds · Top Commenter · University of Toledo

    I have invited Mark Romanchuck our Republican Representative to the conversation mark@markromanchuk.com. He openly opposes marijuana. Let him know how he should vote.
  • Rusty Shackelford · Top Commenter · Works at Mifflin Care Center

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks pot is not that big of a deal. I believe that only reason why it’s illegal is because it’s not taxed (just MY opinion). I honestly hope govn’t puts it on the ballads so I can vote to legalize medical marijuana. If people would do the math…statistically how many people over dose on mj…no one! and how many people have over dosed on pills? I agree this is rubbish…eliminating a little bit of pot (that never hurt anyone… unless you’re allergic 🙂 ) is not contributing “winning” the war on drugs. They should be more focused on the dangerous drugs *sigh*.
  • Tod Mills · Top Commenter · University of Michigan

    “There was a substantial amount of marijuana located within Richland County,” Wheeler said. “It will decrease the availability of the drug in our region, WHICH WILL OF COURSE CAUSE MORE PEOPLE TO TURN TO MORE DESTRUCTIVE DRUGS, SUCH AS BATH SALTS, HEROIN AND METH.” (upper case letters are what he would have said had he finished the sentence with a bit of honesty)These badged and costumed clowns are not winning the drug war, they aren’t even coming close to winning it. All they are doing is adding to the prison population with money stolen from taxpayers. Over a trillion dollars and counting….What a waste of money. And the really sad part about it is they will trot these busts out when they apply for grant money or cry to voters to let them steal from taxpayers with the claim that they “need more money and more equipment to battle drugs because, look, the problem is so bad”. It is a racket, and these clowns are the mafia’s muscle.
  • Levi Reeder · Top Commenter · Crestview

    Yea only soy beans near Plymouth, and a bunch of heroin junkies breaking into stuff, is horrible how bad our little town he’s gotten. instead of worrying about field pot, why not put the effort towards heroin, pills, cocaine that has taken over Richland, Crawford, Ashland, and Huron counties?
  • Dana Edmonds · Top Commenter · University of Toledo

    The costs are not over yet. If they catch the guy 10 years in jail. 50k per year…. 500k
  • Dana Edmonds · Top Commenter · University of Toledo

    This is a sad story of an Amish man that died… If only they had a helicopter closer. http://wmfd.com/local-news/single.asp?story=55662
  • Rilda Burchfield · Top Commenter · John Marshall

    DOES ANYONE EVER WONDER WHAT THEY DO WITH ALL THAT POT?YOU NEVER HEAR ABOUT HOW IT’S DESTROYED.AND YES IT IS A WASTE OF OUR TAX DOLLARS ,THIS MONEY COULD BE SPENT MUCH MORE WISELY ATTACKING THE HEROIN PROBLEM IN OUR COMMUNITY.AND YES MICHALINA YOU ARE RIGHT ,THEY WILL JUST GO FARTHER TO THE DRUG CARTELS TO GET THE PRODUCT.MYSELF I THINK IT SHOULD BE LEGAL BUT IT PROBABLY WON’T BE BECAUSE TO MANY BIGWIGS MAKE MONEY OFF OF IT THIS WAY.I DO NOT SMOKE BUT I WILL VOTE FOR LEGALIZATION IF IT GOES ON THE BALLOT.
  • Michael Mosely · Madison Comprehensive High School

    Who cares? Where is the big heroin busts at??
  • Michalina Lacy · Certified Business Advisor at District 6 Small Business Development Center in Ohio

    I agree it’s a huge waste of our tax dollars…wonder how much that helicopter cost us? All for a few plants…and it’s not going to stop buyer/seller transactions…eradicating local sources means they’ll seek out farther…possibly with ties to drug cartels in Mexico…sigh
  • Dana Edmonds · Top Commenter · University of Toledo

    I hope everyone can see what a horrible waste of resources this is! Deep down even the cops know.
  • Kevin Hunt · Top Commenter · I812U

    What a waste of tax dollars. They should be out eradicating poison ivy instead.
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