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Raw Foodists Arrested for Trafficking Chocolate; Interrogated for "Cacao Crimes"

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posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 09:15 AM
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Source: NaturalNews.com




Accused of trafficking two and a half pounds of hashish (which was really just raw, homemade chocolate), Ron and Nadine were arrested, physically separated into interrogation rooms and handcuffed to chairs. Their six-month old baby was forcibly taken from them, and they were immediately subjected to intense interrogation.

Their chocolate looked suspicious, they were told, because it wasn't in a commercial wrapper. If it's not Hershey's, it must be drugs! An on-the-spot drug test from the NIK company (which makes portable drug testing kits) returned a positive result, the Canadian police claimed, and that's all the evidence they need to arrest anyone.

As you'll learn later, however, it turns out the NIK drug testing kits return false positives nearly 100% of the time if the results are interpreted incorrectly, as they were in this case...


Bloody Canadians, trying to smuggle that evil chocolate into this country, what were they thinking?

Seriously, how much more of idiotic crap like this do we have to go through? It's astounding the level of ignorance shown by law enforcement to put these people through this.




posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 09:21 AM
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Originally posted by TheLoony
Source: NaturalNews.com




...Their chocolate looked suspicious, they were told, because it wasn't in a commercial wrapper. ...


Bloody Canadians, trying to smuggle that evil chocolate into this country, what were they thinking?

Seriously, how much more of idiotic crap like this do we have to go through? It's astounding the level of ignorance shown by law enforcement to put these people through this.


I got one for you that is even BETTER than that.

About a year or two ago, in Indianapolis, Indiana, a young kid (6, 8 or maybe even 10) brought a bag of a white "powdery" substance to school. He was using it to draw on the ground during recess.

When asked what it was, he said it was chalk that he had, that had been broken up. They called the police. The police did a field "test" on the substance and said it was coc aine. Thus, they arrested the child, raided his house, and arrested his parents.

The lab results came back. It was chalk that had been broken up.



posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 09:47 AM
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Kid arrested for bringing chalk to school. How sad. I would think it's not hard to figure out if it was chalk or coc aine. A simple taste will tell you. Probably smell, too. Maybe they used that same kit in the other article that says everything is drugs?



 
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