Monday, November 28, 2005

mystery court summons for THC4MS + how to get satisvex® + safe? just? tolerant?

THE THREE THC4MS 'conspirators' being charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis chocolate, have mysteriously been summoned by the trial judge to an unscheduled hearing this Wednesday for an "announcement".

There may of course be no connection, but this happens to be the same day that Home Sec CHARLES CLARKE is also expected to make an "announcement" at a government sponsored 'National Drugs Conference' in central London.

While we wait to see what happens ('News of the Weed' will be at both places at the same time), it is not too late to gain immortality by signing the THC4MS petition now if you want to give some support - it does not take long. Often it is the little things that count.

A little background: Over a five year period, THC4MS have sent over 33,000 bars of CannaBiz chocolate to bode-fide sufferers of MS. Everyone knew what THC4MS were doing. Everyone including the Police, Local Government, the Post Office and the MS community as a whole. A blind eye was turned at every opportunity. That blind eye was turned because THC4MS were doing nothing but good. Hundreds of well qualified doctors have allegedly "conspired" with THC4MS to help their patients. Thousands of good and honest victims of MS have had relief from the THC4MS product. Now they are being dragged through the courts and face serious penalties. Their full trial (if charges are not dropped as they should be) is scheduled to start at 10-am on the 1st February, 2006, at Carlisle Crown Court, Earl St, Carlisle, Cumbria. (Photo above right: the THC4MS organic chocolate fountain @ recent Hemp Expo, London)

HOW TO GET SATIVEX®: if you, or some you know wants to get Sativex®, the Home Office has issued the following guide:

Your GP will need to apply to the Home Office to prescribe Sativex® to you (address below). Your GP will need to provide the following information:

a) your personal details - full name, address, age, gender.
b) a brief indication of the clinical need.
c) the dosage total amount required (the manufacturer, GW Pharmaceuticals can help with this information; tel. (01980 557026), or email

GPs should forward this information to: Mike Evans. Home Office, Drugs Branch, 6th Floor, Peel Building, 2 Marsham Street, London. SW1P 4DF.

'News of the Weed' says: It all sounds more or less acceptable as an emergency stop gap measure, but while we wait (since 1971), and while good people like THC4MS and the Cannabis Grandma continue to get harassed, the jury is still out on New Labour's current medical cannabis policy, which is neither safe, just, or tolerant.


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