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Originally posted by Rasputin13
So lets say I decide to smoke a joint, and two weeks from now I'm travelling to Indonesia. While there, I am selected for a random drug test. The results come back positive for marijuana, as it stays in your system for roughly 30 days. Not knowing whether I used the marijuana in Indonesia, or at home in my country, I'm still likely to be thrown in jail. Is this fair? Is it fair if I have a precription for Percocets or Oxy Contin, and my drug test results come back positive for opiates, and I'm tossed in jail? What if I just took a percocet at home the day before I flew to Indonesia?
To me, there are so many holes in this new system. Many people will be unfairly thrown in jail and prosecuted. It's funny how tourists have complained that they be fingerprinted and photographed when entering the United States now. Lets see how they enjoy travelling to Indonesia! They're gonna wish all they had was a photo taken and a finger printed!