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Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Compassion and justice for all 

Wicked to see New Zealand's honourable judiciary protecting the nation's vulnerable citizens from this menace:

Amputee and brain-damaged Christchurch man Neville Yates, 44, argued the only way to allevaite his "chronic pain" was to smoke pot.

He suggested he cultivated cannabis for medical purposes but was sentenced in the Christchurch District Court to 5 months' imprisonment.

Yates suffered his injuries in an accident when he was a teenager and is confined to a wheelchair.

Judge Holderness said in his view to impose a non-custodial sentence in this case would suggest there is some kind of special category for cannabis cultivation offences.

Holderness says there is no such category - and refused Yates leave to apply for home detention.

(In my view Judge Holderness you're a fuckwit.)

Comments:
http://www.scoop.co.nz/mason/stories/PA0411/S00044.htm

Cut and paste this!
 
fair enough too. The man is a nasty person with a penchant for eating rodents and women with small breasts. A sick deviant who preys on the weak to indulge the nastyness of narcotics. Provides the way to poverty, a drug loved by the lower classes and schoolteachers. It is vermin.
 
fair enough too. The man is a nasty person with a penchant for eating rodents and women with small breasts. A sick deviant who preys on the weak to indulge the nastyness of narcotics. Provides the way to poverty, a drug loved by the lower classes and schoolteachers. It is vermin.
 
say what?!

I'm quite sure I haven't got a clue what you are on about. It would help if you gave more of an idea as to who you are talking about.
 
I guess we should have stipulated that comments left on this site should be comprehensible and/or funny. Unfortunately, Anon here couldn't manage either.
 
Does he not get marks for being cryptic though?

I'd have to admit, I re-read that post more than any other...
 
To be frank Neville Yate's case was not helped by him using Blair Anderson as his "McKenzie Friend". Had he got a lawyer to represent him, instead of a raving lunatic, his sentence may have been very different. If you want to check out the wisdom and philosophies of Mr Anderson I suggest you take a trip (in every sense of the word) to www.mildgreens.com/press

I've had the dubious honor of dealing with the guy and can honestly say if ever there was a strong argument against legalising cannabis .. he's it!
 

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