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Published: Sun, 21 Jan 2018 12:51:53 -0800

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CN BC: Pot Activist Settles

Sat, 23 Sep 2006 07:00:00 GMT

Edmonton Sun, 23 Sep 2006 - VANCOUVER -- An American pot activist who launched an intense legal fight against extradition to the U.S., has quietly settled her legal and immigration issues. After negotiating a plea agreement of simple possession of marijuana with U.S. prosecutors, Renee Boje dropped her extradition appeal in B.C. and returned to California from B.C. last month.

Web: DrugSense Weekly, Aug. 25, 2006 #463

Fri, 25 Aug 2006 07:00:00 GMT

DrugSense Weekly, 25 Aug 2006 - TABLE OF CONTENTS: * This Just In (1) Feds Turn To Europe For Advice On Drugs (2) Physical Punishment Of Drug Addicts Banned (3) No Jail For Cannabis Doctor (4) Marijuana May Relieve Chemo Patients' Nausea

Canada: Psychotropic Plant Has Medical Science Abuzz

Thu, 27 Jul 2006 07:00:00 GMT

Globe and Mail, 27 Jul 2006 - Salvia Divinorum, a Hallucinogenic Popular on Campus, Could Also Be Useful in Treating a Variety of Mental Illnesses Hunter knows how to mellow out on marijuana. It's something he does all the time. But the first time he smoked the leaves of a plant dubbed the "magic mint," he felt as if he'd been slammed into another dimension.

CN BC: Joint Together -- In Holy Matrimony

Mon, 24 Jul 2006 07:00:00 GMT

Globe and Mail, 24 Jul 2006 - Pot Activist Emery's Bride Knows He's Likely to End Up in U.S. Jail VANCOUVER -- Marc Emery, Canada's so-called Prince of Pot, got married yesterday to a woman who apparently doesn't mind that her husband could spend large parts of their marriage in court or in jail as part of his mission to legalize marijuana.

CN BC: 'It's A Serious Sovereignty Issue'

Thu, 25 Aug 2005 07:00:00 GMT

The Outlook, 25 Aug 2005 - A Deep Cove woman who faces a minimum 10-year U.S. prison sentence for allegedly moving and watering marijuana plants at a Bel Air, California residence eight years ago, is appealing an extradition order from the U.S government. "I face something that's incredibly scary, " says Renee Boje. "It's been devastating for me. It's caused a great deal of stress in my life. I feel I don't need to be persecuted in this way.

CN BC: Nazi Rhetoric Haunts Activist

Sat, 27 Aug 2005 07:00:00 GMT

Windsor Star, 27 Aug 2005 - Even Supporters Of 'Prince Of Pot' Disturbed By Content Of Websites OTTAWA (CNS) -- Marijuana crusader Marc Emery has unexpectedly found himself under fire this week as web-loggers scrutinize the content of his websites, including a posting from his "jail blog" last summer in which he called federal Justice Minister Irwin Cotler a "Nazi-Jew."

CN BC: 'Prince of Pot' In Hot Water Over Nazi Tag

Sat, 27 Aug 2005 07:00:00 GMT

National Post, 27 Aug 2005 - Marc Emery Defends Description Of Justice Minister As A 'Nazi-Jew' OTTAWA - Marijuana crusader Marc Emery has found himself under fire this week as bloggers scrutinize the content of his Web sites, including a posting from his "jail blog" last summer in which he called federal Justice Minister Irwin Cotler a "Nazi-Jew."

CN BC: Marijuana Party Prepared To Fight

Mon, 08 Aug 2005 07:00:00 GMT

Vancouver Courier, 08 Aug 2005 - Kirk Tousaw is ready for battle. The campaign manager for the B.C. Marijuana Party is determined to derail U.S. attempts to extradite Marc Emery, along with two other marijuana activists, for marijuana-related federal charges south of the border. Whether he and supporters will succeed is in question, but Tousaw, who learned of the arrests right after finishing a law society bar exam, is convinced ordinary Canadians are behind the cause and oppose U.S. attempts to influence drug policy in this country.

Canada: Marc Emery One of 'Most Wanted International' Drug

Sun, 31 Jul 2005 07:00:00 GMT

The Province, 31 Jul 2005 - POT LEADER BUSTED MARC EMERY ONE OF 'MOST WANTED INTERNATIONAL' DRUG TRAFFICKERS About 100 supporters staged a demonstration -- which at times looked more like a circus -- in Vancouver's Victory Square Park yesterday to protest a police raid on a business owned by marijuana activist Marc Emery.