Category Archives: Prohibition Victims

Medical Tyranny: Mom Treats Daughter with Marijuana, Loses Custody of Her 2 Kids

Main Source:Natural Society
Date: 8 November 2016
Author: Julie Fidler: Julie Fidler is a freelance writer, legal blogger, and the author of Adventures in Holy Matrimony: For Better or the Absolute Worst. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two ridiculously spoiled cats. She occasionally pontificates on her blog.

The girl was coming off of the highly dangerous anti-psychotic drug Risperdal

A Gooding, Idaho, mom lost custody of her children and is facing charges after treating her daughter’s seizures with marijuana butter.

Three-year-old Madyson began suffering seizures and hallucinations in early October after coming off of the prescription anti-psychotic drug Risperdal, which was being used to treat a history of seizures. Continue reading Medical Tyranny: Mom Treats Daughter with Marijuana, Loses Custody of Her 2 Kids

Cannabis oil cures man’s cancer after he was given 18 months to live: why real cancer cures are always outlawed

Source:Natural News
Date: 1 September 2015
Author: Jonathan Benson, staff writer

(NaturalNews) A 33-year-old father from the U.K. is completely cancer-free, but not because of chemotherapy or radiation. David Hibbitt’s doctors diagnosed him with a “terminal” case of bowel cancer that they said would kill him within 18 months, but he successfully eliminated this cancer on his own by taking therapeutic doses of cannabis oil at a cost of about $75 per month.

Initially opting for chemotherapy, radiation and surgery — and watching this all fail — Hibbitt decided to take control of his own health by researching his condition online. When he came upon information outlining cannabis oil as a viable treatment alternative, he decided to give it a go with amazing results.

According to the Daily Mail Online, Hibbitt went the cannabis route as a last-ditch effort when all else failed, and it turned out to be the best decision he could have made. As of January, medical scans show that Hibbitt is completely cancer-free, all thanks to the concentrated cannabis oil that he took from small vials provided by a local dealer. Continue reading Cannabis oil cures man’s cancer after he was given 18 months to live: why real cancer cures are always outlawed

Disabled Vet Faces Life In Prison for Treating PTSD with Pot

Source: Infowars
Date: 1 July 2015
Author: Adan Salazar

Father of three had less than an ounce of marijuana

A marine corps veteran faces life in prison for cultivating marijuana plants while he lived in Oklahoma, plants which he relied on to treat severe post-traumatic stress disorder.

lew12Last year, police raided the home of 33-year-old Kristoffer Lewandowski, a military father of three who was honorably discharged for medical reasons after serving multiple tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Kristoffer’s wife Whitney reveals her husband, fearing liver damage from consuming a massive amount of pharmaceutical drugs, was successfully transitioning to marijuana as a preferred treatment.

“He was just using it… He couldn’t get any, and, of course, we’re a military family, we’re very poor, we couldn’t afford to buy it anyway,” Kristoffer’s wife, Whitney told “So he was just growing it for himself. He was on his way out of the military and just wanted to see if it would help with [his mental health issues].” Continue reading Disabled Vet Faces Life In Prison for Treating PTSD with Pot

Man given 12-month suspended sentence for growing cannabis to treat spina bifida, IBS

30 April 2015

An annual police aerial search for drugs on January 23 spotted cannabis plants being grown around Paul James Bentley’s property.


A 47-year-old man who said he had been growing 17 cannabis plants around his property to help treat his spina bifida and irritable bowel syndrome was given a 12-month suspended sentence in the Greymouth District Court yesterday.

An annual police aerial search for drugs on January 23 spotted cannabis plants being grown around Paul James Bentley’s property. A police search of the property found plants varying in height from 1m to 1.5m tall.

Lawyer Marcus Zintl said Bentley had used the drug to help treat his irritable bowel syndrome and spina bifida; he had been given medication for both conditions, but he suffered adverse effects to both drugs.

However, Bentley knew it was wrong to use the drug for the pain of both conditions. He had also lost his job as a result of the offending.

– Greymouth Star

Father Faces 20 Years Prison for Treating Daughter’s Cancer with Cannabis Oil

Christina Sarich
March 12, 2015

Is this how we should treat medicine?

Adam Koessler wanted to cure his 2-year-old daughter’s rare, stage 4 Neuroblastoma, a cancer of the abdomen that can be very painful. He learned about the positive medicinal effects of cannabis oil on cancers like his daughter’s and tried to administer the oil in an attempt to heal her. What followed is a complete nightmare. Continue reading Father Faces 20 Years Prison for Treating Daughter’s Cancer with Cannabis Oil

Four cannabis plants cost man his home

NZ Suff
Anna Williams
Last updated 09:28 17/06/2014

A Picton man whose home was seized by the courts over drugs charges says he has effectively lost his pension plan and daughter’s inheritance.

The house, in Picton, will go to auction tomorrow.

Gary Tittleton, 67, was ordered to forfeit 50 per cent of the value of his Picton home, after he was convicted in 2009 for cultivating cannabis and possession of cannabis for supply.

Tittleton said he was upset about losing his home after he was sentenced, but now he was “over it”.

“Don’t get me wrong, I’m bloody pissed off, all for four marijuana plants,” he said.

“You do the crime, you do the time, that’s just the way it is, but compared to P dealers and gang members, to me it’s bull sh.. .” Continue reading Four cannabis plants cost man his home

The Videos Banned Only in Australia

Activist Post
Thursday, May 15, 2014

Chances are, you can view the videos below – unless you’re Australian.

Apparently, under Australian jurisdiction, you will see an image similar to the one on the right (minus the word “censored”). Anywhere else it can be seen and heard perfectly normally.

According to the The Expendable Project, there are a growing number of online videos like the ones below that are being censored from the Australian people, and only the Australian people.

YouTube didn’t remove the videos. But Google, owner of YouTube was allegedly forced to block the videos from Australian IP addresses on order of the Australian authorities.

Could this have anything to do with Schapelle Corby?

People for Schapelle Corby asks:


What is it they don’t want the people to see?

What is it that threatens the Australian establishment, and its media?

What are they so scared of?

They are afraid that the people of Australia might learn the truth: learn how corrupt they are, who they govern for, and what they are prepared to do to anyone who gets caught under the wheels of their greed.

In a nutshell, they fear an innocent and courageous woman who DID get caught under those wheels.

Her name is Schapelle Corby, and The Expendable Project has published hundreds of government cables, including dozens of items of ministerial correspondence, which exposes them, by their own hands. It proves exactly what they did to her to protect their own interests.
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Hallucinating and suicidal’ Schapelle Corby could be sent back to prison in days after her sister Mercedes ‘ridiculed’ Indonesia in TV interview

Daily Mail
By Candace Sutton
PUBLISHED: 00:06 GMT, 6 March 2014

Hallucinating, suicidal and sometimes unable to speak with her family, Schapelle Corby appears to be spinning out of control as her parole term derails under serious threats she be returned to Indonesian prison.

The 36-year-old’s joy at being freed from Kerobokan prison appears to have turned to despair, with one episode of self harm with a knife and a whole day spent locked in the toilet, her brother-in-law Wayan Widyartha told The Age.

Indonesian authorities are expected to decide ‘within days’ as to whether they will revoke Corby’s parole and place her back in jail.

Mr Widyartha, who is Corby’s parole guarantor, has begged journalists camped outside his house to ease up as grim-faced Indonesian officials – backed by a strident national media – appear set on cutting short the drug smuggler’s hard won freedom.

An Indonesian newspaper and TV station are demanding she be immediately returned to custody for affronting the nation with sister Mercedes’ claims the 4.2kg of cannabis Corby was caught with had been planted by Indonesian officials.

Schapelle Corby attempts suicide after threat to revoke parole

NZ Herald
6:06 AM Wednesday Mar 5, 2014

An Indonesian official said that paroled Australian drug convict Schapelle Corby tried to kill herself when he informed her that the government might send her back to prison.

Sunar Agus, head of the Bali Correctional Division, said Corby appeared unstable and tried to hurt herself when he met with her Monday night.

Corby, 35, was released on parole last month after spending nine years in a Bali prison on charges of smuggling 4.2 kilograms of marijuana into Indonesia in 2005.

Indonesian Justice Minister Amir Syamsuddin said that the government is evaluating whether Corby’s parole terms were violated by an interview her sister Mercedes gave to an Australian television network.

My Opinion:
To the Australia and Indonesian Government; leave Schapelle Corby alone, she already been through hell for nine years let her enjoy her freedom for once. When read this archive in the NZ Herald it made me feel upset and this make feel that I want cannabis legalized not only in New Zealand but in Australia and Indonesian also other countries around the world. Cannabis Prohibition has already cause enough harm around the world already. I don’t normally cover suicides on my website, I cover this archive because Schappelle Corby is one the Cannabis Prohibition Victims. Cannabis Prohibition needs to end now or more people will suffer same fate or worse than Schappelle Corby.

For info about Schapelle Cordy:

Schapelle Corby: I’m not free

Stuff NZ
Last updated 07:11 03/03/2014

knowing, as we did, Schapelle Corby’s first words on her release from prison – ”I feel like a crab” – what else was there to say? Not much, judging by Channel Seven’s much-hyped exclusive with the paroled drug smuggler.

It was the interview you have when you’re not having an interview. As revealing as a conversation with a circus mime. Seven’s Sunday Night programme paid dearly, if not in dollars then sense, for exclusive footage of Corby, 36, saying very little indeed.

There she was being barrelled into the back of a car, feeling like a crustacean. She giggled on arriving at a luxury Bali villa. She swam, fully dressed, in the sea at sunset. But she barely spoke, on camera at least. Reporter Mike Willesee had to relay her words to viewers.

”I’m not free,” she apparently told him, before asking, ”Do you think I will ever be normal and be able to walk down the street like other people?”

A freedom to exist both ecological and economical