30 march supporting bong sales in K KIRKLAND LAKE The protest against the law coach outlet purses 4 nurses that allows police to confiscate merchandise that could be used for the consumption of illicit substances attracted about 30 people Monday evening. The protest was being held to support the Tripping Daisy and its owner coach bags Darren Delaney after The OPP Organized Crime Unit executed a search warrant on the business Feb. 5, 2015 and according to the owner confiscated about $25,000 worth of merchandise. The OPP have since laid a charge against Delaney. As the group gathered prior to the protest march at the Tripping Daisy on Lebel Avenue there was much discussion about the 'science' supporting marijuana's benefits in terms of a person's health and how the law was unreasonable and people needed to access bongs and vaporizers to use their medical marijuana in a safer way. In the 30 people that took part there was people from as far north as Cochrane and far south as North Bay, as well as local people, and at least one person from Larder Lake that had her paper work to show she could use marijuana for medical reasons. The protest march started at the Tipping Daisy, went along Government Road to Duncan Avenue and then on to the front doors of the Kirkland Lake OPP Detachment. The march continued back down Duncan Avenue to Government Road and then east to the Kirkland Lake Inn. While the march was taking place the Kirkland Lake OPP monitored it from one of their marked vehicles, but did not get out of the vehicle and did not in any way interfere. Larsen got the protester motivated by giving a speech about the unfairness of the law, how they were standing up for Delaney and the Tripping Daisy. He also told the protesters that they had brought (marijuana cigarettes) with them and instructed another organizer to hand them out, which she did. He also instructed people to stay in the middle of the march while they smoked pot and not to blow smoke in the face of the police. By the time the marchers got to the OPP Detachment there was the smell of burning marijuana in the air and as they stood in front of the OPP Detachment a number of people were passing what appeared to joints. During his speech prior to hitting the streets Larsen said he thinks the only person convicted of promoting vaporizers in Canada is Marc Emery, a Canadian marijuana activist, and he said promoting vaporizers is promoting a safer coach outlet atlanta kubota better way to consume your 'bud.' While the section of the law concerning printed material about marijuana was overturned by a judge, Larsen said, quite a while ago when Emery was in Timmins they said his coach outlet pennsylvania Cannabis Culture Magazine was a crime cartoon because it had pictures of people growing marijuana. He continued, actually flew out and gave away Cannabis Culture Magazines in front of the police station and dared the cops to charge him. And they backed down and eventually apologized. So it shows what you can do when you stand up for this stuff. But no one has ever been willing to stand up against the bong law properly enough to get it really overturned. He said what the police do is take you stuff but don't charge you and they don't want to charge you because know it's a weak law. They take you stuff and put you out of business. a lot of stores one raid puts you out of business. think here, we've got a fellow Darren who wants to stay open, who wants to fight this law, we have a community that is rallying around and I think we can make history, said Larsen. no fun getting raided by the police, having them come and take your stuff and take you away. It's a very traumatizing experience and it's something nobody should have to go through and it takes a certain amount of character to want to stay open, and fight back and keep coming back. That's what we need. He said by and large they have chased this law out of the legal arena, the police don't bother and when they do it's actually an opportunity for us, said Larsen. Larsen said there is an exemption for medical devices and when the law was made they weren't thinking of bongs, but now with thousands of Canadian using medical marijuana they are a medical device. even if you aren't using it with a doctor's recommendations,. these are harm reduction devices that make marijuana safer to consume, said Larsen. The marijuana activist said they are going to fundraise across Canada, and put his lawyers in contact with Delaney's lawyer and hopefully defeat this law and overturn it so no one ever has to worry about it again. for today, for right now our goal is to show the people of Kirkland Lake and the police, the city council and everyone else that we don't want to stand for this any more, that the people of this community and surrounding communities stand behind the Tripping Daisy, and want the store to be open in their community and they want it to be there.
They don't want the police to waste taxpayers time and money going after these stores. Has every other crime in town been solved? Is there nothing else for them to do, that the last thing at the bottom of their list we might as well go after that bong shop. Like clearly there has to be some higher priorities for the police, stated Larsen.
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