When the 4 Attorney Generals, Melinda Haag, and Obama’s administration went on an all-out assault against the medical marijuana community by the ongoing raids in state legal medical cannabis collectives; many stoners sat back as they wait for the carnage to stop. One man chose to confront the unwarranted attacks innocent medical marijuana patients. Aaron Sandusky says not me.
“This is a Constitutional battle, and we’re going to defend our rights,” claims Aaron Sandusky, who owns a medical marijuana collective in Upland, California. This pot dispensary owner now encounters federal drug trafficking charges despite the fact that he had been running inside of California State law which he was breaking no marijuana laws. This collective owner had his business up to state code and was surprised with this sudden reversal.
Reason.tv 1st showed Sandusky at the end of 2011 in the middle of a federal attack on cannabis dispensaries throughout California that took place in spite of recurring pledges from President Obama and his administration to stay away from operators compliant with state regulations. In addition, the town of Upland, which started the court action against G3, said in the court that Sandusky had been running inside state law and he was breaking no marijuana laws. There is no reason this marijuana store should be disallowed to provide medical marijuana to its patients in need of the hydroponic grade marijuana.
Throughout the production of that video clip, Sandusky’s dispensary store front and hydroponic grow were raided, his assets frozen and all his marijuana plants and pounds of marijuana demolished. However Sandusky was undeterred and coupled a case along with a number of other medical marijuana dispensary proprietors, challenging the right of city governing bodies to outright prohibit cannabis dispensaries. Following a beneficial verdict coming from an appellate courtroom, Sandusky re-launched, and the town of Upland ended up being helpless to stop him. However the Feds weren’t pleased with this end result.
“If I need to go to prison for twenty years defending this, then so beit,” says Sandusky who stands tall – a “David versus a Goliath.”