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Police appeal for information as vast quantity of cannabis is found in Swindon

Swindon Advertiser: Wiltshire Police are appealing for info after a large amount of cannabis was found at a Swindon home Wiltshire Police are appealing for info after a large amount of cannabis was found at a Swindon home

WILTSHIRE Police are appealing for information after a large quantity of cannabis was found at a house in Swindon.

Officers from the East Swindon Neighbourhood Police Team attended an address in Park South on Friday, March 7. 

Inside the house, they found a significant amount of cannabis packaged up.

As a result, a 21-year-old local male was arrested on suspicion of possession of cannabis with intent to supply. He was interviewed at Gablecross Police Station in Swindon and has now been released on police bail pending further enquiries.

Anyone with any information regarding this incident should contact Sergeant Lawrence Copeland or PC Nick Payne at the Swindon East NPT on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.

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4:40pm Mon 10 Mar 14

J Schnetzer says...

I have all of the information the police are looking for and I am more than willing to provide it to you here.
There have still been no deaths from Cannabis use. The History of the Plant has and does confirm this information.
The war on Cannabis costs millions from your economy and has no overdose cases, like heroin, cocaine, meth, alcohol, and asprin. Criminalizing Cannabis is not economically viable. When we look at local hospital we notice no Cannabis users wing with patients dying or being brought back to life after a Cannabis overdose. We see Heroin addicts with mental issues in Detox Facilities, using big pharm created Methadone (from your hard earned tax monies) . We do not see Cannabis Detox Centers, your economy does not need to fund Cannabis Addiction centers. We see you paying your taxes to enforce a law against a plant that is used as Medicine in other Countries. Let's ask those Countries using this plant as Medicine how many people they killed today from their "Medicine".
I have all of the information the police are looking for and I am more than willing to provide it to you here. There have still been no deaths from Cannabis use. The History of the Plant has and does confirm this information. The war on Cannabis costs millions from your economy and has no overdose cases, like heroin, cocaine, meth, alcohol, and asprin. Criminalizing Cannabis is not economically viable. When we look at local hospital we notice no Cannabis users wing with patients dying or being brought back to life after a Cannabis overdose. We see Heroin addicts with mental issues in Detox Facilities, using big pharm created Methadone (from your hard earned tax monies) . We do not see Cannabis Detox Centers, your economy does not need to fund Cannabis Addiction centers. We see you paying your taxes to enforce a law against a plant that is used as Medicine in other Countries. Let's ask those Countries using this plant as Medicine how many people they killed today from their "Medicine". J Schnetzer
  • Score: -5

6:15pm Mon 10 Mar 14

peter moor says...

What's your point?
What's your point? peter moor
  • Score: -2

8:33pm Mon 10 Mar 14

Phantom Poster says...

I think the evidence was planted :-)
I think the evidence was planted :-) Phantom Poster
  • Score: 5

8:40pm Mon 10 Mar 14

Phantom Poster says...

J Schnetzer wrote:
I have all of the information the police are looking for and I am more than willing to provide it to you here.
There have still been no deaths from Cannabis use. The History of the Plant has and does confirm this information.
The war on Cannabis costs millions from your economy and has no overdose cases, like heroin, cocaine, meth, alcohol, and asprin. Criminalizing Cannabis is not economically viable. When we look at local hospital we notice no Cannabis users wing with patients dying or being brought back to life after a Cannabis overdose. We see Heroin addicts with mental issues in Detox Facilities, using big pharm created Methadone (from your hard earned tax monies) . We do not see Cannabis Detox Centers, your economy does not need to fund Cannabis Addiction centers. We see you paying your taxes to enforce a law against a plant that is used as Medicine in other Countries. Let's ask those Countries using this plant as Medicine how many people they killed today from their "Medicine".
You say"your economy", so you are obviously not from the UK. Thanks for the advice, but I'm sure that our country is more than capable of defining its own laws. We don't really need to listen to the views of a foreign cannabis campaigner.
[quote][p][bold]J Schnetzer[/bold] wrote: I have all of the information the police are looking for and I am more than willing to provide it to you here. There have still been no deaths from Cannabis use. The History of the Plant has and does confirm this information. The war on Cannabis costs millions from your economy and has no overdose cases, like heroin, cocaine, meth, alcohol, and asprin. Criminalizing Cannabis is not economically viable. When we look at local hospital we notice no Cannabis users wing with patients dying or being brought back to life after a Cannabis overdose. We see Heroin addicts with mental issues in Detox Facilities, using big pharm created Methadone (from your hard earned tax monies) . We do not see Cannabis Detox Centers, your economy does not need to fund Cannabis Addiction centers. We see you paying your taxes to enforce a law against a plant that is used as Medicine in other Countries. Let's ask those Countries using this plant as Medicine how many people they killed today from their "Medicine".[/p][/quote]You say"your economy", so you are obviously not from the UK. Thanks for the advice, but I'm sure that our country is more than capable of defining its own laws. We don't really need to listen to the views of a foreign cannabis campaigner. Phantom Poster
  • Score: 0

9:22pm Mon 10 Mar 14

dukeofM4 says...

"Your economy?' perhaps he's from Scotland?
"Your economy?' perhaps he's from Scotland? dukeofM4
  • Score: 4

12:02am Tue 11 Mar 14

Iheartswindonia says...

That diatribe sound like the musings of a very stoned man...
That diatribe sound like the musings of a very stoned man... Iheartswindonia
  • Score: -3

6:50am Tue 11 Mar 14

house on the hill says...

peter moor wrote:
What's your point?
His point is that he is just another arrogant druggie who thinks he is above the law and can pick and choose which ones he lives by (usually a different set he expects others to live by) and tries to back it up by some statistics from the internet. Ignoring the fact that anyone who needs to get their "fun" from mind altering drugs when the real real world has so much to offer if you can be bothered to look is pretty sad and unimaginative, the only statistic that really matters is that this Govt has deemed them to be illegal and and until that changes he is is another arrogant ****.
[quote][p][bold]peter moor[/bold] wrote: What's your point?[/p][/quote]His point is that he is just another arrogant druggie who thinks he is above the law and can pick and choose which ones he lives by (usually a different set he expects others to live by) and tries to back it up by some statistics from the internet. Ignoring the fact that anyone who needs to get their "fun" from mind altering drugs when the real real world has so much to offer if you can be bothered to look is pretty sad and unimaginative, the only statistic that really matters is that this Govt has deemed them to be illegal and and until that changes he is is another arrogant ****. house on the hill
  • Score: 3

6:58am Tue 11 Mar 14

gambon says...

cannot wait for scotland to not be apart of england they are all lazy bastards
cannot wait for scotland to not be apart of england they are all lazy bastards gambon
  • Score: -2

9:57am Tue 11 Mar 14

swindondad says...

gambon wrote:
cannot wait for scotland to not be apart of england they are all lazy bastards
Such ill informed comment only leads to the assumption that the poster is a fool.

Scotland has and never will be part of England, both countries are (and IMHO should remain) part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
[quote][p][bold]gambon[/bold] wrote: cannot wait for scotland to not be apart of england they are all lazy bastards[/p][/quote]Such ill informed comment only leads to the assumption that the poster is a fool. Scotland has and never will be part of England, both countries are (and IMHO should remain) part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. swindondad
  • Score: -1

9:58am Tue 11 Mar 14

swindondad says...

As the law stands the production, distribution, sale & possession of cannabis is illegal and for the most part run by organized criminal gangs. Whilst this remains the case no one should condone it.

Whether the law could / should be changed is a different debate with valid points on both sides. IMHO there should be no half measures do not "de criminalize" possession that just leads to uncertainty and potential confusion, if it were legalized, controlled and taxed the criminals would be kept out of the equation.

http://www.bbc.com/n
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As the law stands the production, distribution, sale & possession of cannabis is illegal and for the most part run by organized criminal gangs. Whilst this remains the case no one should condone it. Whether the law could / should be changed is a different debate with valid points on both sides. IMHO there should be no half measures do not "de criminalize" possession that just leads to uncertainty and potential confusion, if it were legalized, controlled and taxed the criminals would be kept out of the equation. http://www.bbc.com/n ews/business-2652383 3 swindondad
  • Score: -2

10:27am Tue 11 Mar 14

Dr Martin says...

house on the hill wrote:
peter moor wrote:
What's your point?
His point is that he is just another arrogant druggie who thinks he is above the law and can pick and choose which ones he lives by (usually a different set he expects others to live by) and tries to back it up by some statistics from the internet. Ignoring the fact that anyone who needs to get their "fun" from mind altering drugs when the real real world has so much to offer if you can be bothered to look is pretty sad and unimaginative, the only statistic that really matters is that this Govt has deemed them to be illegal and and until that changes he is is another arrogant ****.
agreed
[quote][p][bold]house on the hill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter moor[/bold] wrote: What's your point?[/p][/quote]His point is that he is just another arrogant druggie who thinks he is above the law and can pick and choose which ones he lives by (usually a different set he expects others to live by) and tries to back it up by some statistics from the internet. Ignoring the fact that anyone who needs to get their "fun" from mind altering drugs when the real real world has so much to offer if you can be bothered to look is pretty sad and unimaginative, the only statistic that really matters is that this Govt has deemed them to be illegal and and until that changes he is is another arrogant ****.[/p][/quote]agreed Dr Martin
  • Score: 1

11:39am Sat 15 Mar 14

Dr Martin says...

J Schnetzer wrote:
I have all of the information the police are looking for and I am more than willing to provide it to you here.
There have still been no deaths from Cannabis use. The History of the Plant has and does confirm this information.
The war on Cannabis costs millions from your economy and has no overdose cases, like heroin, cocaine, meth, alcohol, and asprin. Criminalizing Cannabis is not economically viable. When we look at local hospital we notice no Cannabis users wing with patients dying or being brought back to life after a Cannabis overdose. We see Heroin addicts with mental issues in Detox Facilities, using big pharm created Methadone (from your hard earned tax monies) . We do not see Cannabis Detox Centers, your economy does not need to fund Cannabis Addiction centers. We see you paying your taxes to enforce a law against a plant that is used as Medicine in other Countries. Let's ask those Countries using this plant as Medicine how many people they killed today from their "Medicine".
No deaths from cannabis use is a lie
[quote][p][bold]J Schnetzer[/bold] wrote: I have all of the information the police are looking for and I am more than willing to provide it to you here. There have still been no deaths from Cannabis use. The History of the Plant has and does confirm this information. The war on Cannabis costs millions from your economy and has no overdose cases, like heroin, cocaine, meth, alcohol, and asprin. Criminalizing Cannabis is not economically viable. When we look at local hospital we notice no Cannabis users wing with patients dying or being brought back to life after a Cannabis overdose. We see Heroin addicts with mental issues in Detox Facilities, using big pharm created Methadone (from your hard earned tax monies) . We do not see Cannabis Detox Centers, your economy does not need to fund Cannabis Addiction centers. We see you paying your taxes to enforce a law against a plant that is used as Medicine in other Countries. Let's ask those Countries using this plant as Medicine how many people they killed today from their "Medicine".[/p][/quote]No deaths from cannabis use is a lie Dr Martin
  • Score: 0

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