Police officers commit felony perjury everyday 2 sustain marijuana cases, says Chad Moody

The worst thing that medical cannabis prohibition has done in Oklahoma (and drug war at large) was thoroughly corrupted our law enforcement & criminal justice system.

Moody mentioned that: everyday at that courthouse he sees police officers committing felony perjury to sustain misdemeanor marijuana cases. Massive amount of money is involved that police are motivated to lie & the DEA policy is to lie to make the searches good. This has even bled over into the courts where irrational reasoning gets set forth in opinions. About 2 or 3 months ago Oklahoma finally adopted US vs Leon which basically means that if an officer serves a bad warrant in good faith, then his good faith cures that bad warrant. So all they have to do if they want into your home is that 1 officer can swear out a totally false affidavit knowing it to be false & that officer can acquire warrant from a judge & hands that warrant over to another cop who did not know that the affidavit was false. The drug war has gutted us of our freedoms. Now we have militarization of the police: cops no longer serve warrants by politely knocking on the door & they but the door down. To put a stop to this corruption, we must legalize cannabis.

Chad Moody, a practicing criminal defense attorney known for fighting marijuana cases in Oklahoma, is also the republican candidate running for Governor of Oklahoma to beat out incumbent republican Mary Fallin. Primary election is June 24, 2014.

This video was recorded on May 28, 2014 at Oklahoma State Capital Bldg, 2300 N. Lincoln, OKC, OK, at Medical Marijuana Petition rally.

Oklahomans fight against Cannabis Prohibition. Time to start JURY NULLIFICATION

Circulating Petitions to amend laws & challenging political seats are not the only way to fight in this marijuana movement, explains Chad Moody. According to Moody, an effective way to fight back is thru JURY NULLIFICATION. He said that he was informed that the marijuana movement in Colorado began to gain steam when juries began nullifying these marijuana cases.

Some people don’t know about the doctrine of Jury Nullification, as its not talked about in the court rooms anymore, said Moody. He further explained that at the time the US Constitution was drafted, jury nullification was “common place”. The idea behind jury nullification is that the jury can get to disagree with the King’s BAD LAW & to refuse to enforce it REGARDLESS of the evidence, Moody added. “A single juror can keep a bad law from harming people”, he said. He stressed that more people who are against cannabis prohibition need to get on these juries and to STOP AVOIDING jury duty. He said to consider it an opportunity to help vindicate somebody’s rights. His closing statement on Jury Nullification was: “It is your right as a juror to refuse to convict people of an immoral & unjust law. And if there ever was a law that was immortal & unjust, it is cannabis prohibition. God gave us what no government should take away”.

Chad Moody, a practicing criminal defense attorney known for fighting marijuana cases in Oklahoma, is also the republican candidate running for Governor of Oklahoma to beat out incumbent republican Mary Fallin. Primary election is June 24, 2014.

This video was recorded on May 28, 2014 at Oklahoma State Capital Bldg, 2300 N. Lincoln, OKC, OK, at Medical Marijuana Petition rally.

Larry Boggs:  District 7. Oklahoma State Senator. Republican.

Oklahoma Politicians – Whose FOR or AGAINST legalization of Marijuana

Larry Boggs:  District 7. Oklahoma State Senator. Republican.

Larry Boggs: District 7. Oklahoma State Senator. Republican.

It seems that Oklahomans are geared up to get marijuana legalized, as over a thousand prepares to converge on the State capital on Feb. 12, 2014 for Lobby Day & Rally to Legalize Marijuana.  So yesterday, I called office of my Oklahoma state senator – Larry Boggs (District 7), to find out if he supports SB 2116 (Legalization of Marijuana) and to ask for his support of the same.  His office was extremely evasive which forced me to belabor questions to get answers.  His office (Anna was person I spoke to) told me that they can not discuss such matters outside of the office.  I reminded her that I am a constituent in his district. By the way Boggs is republican and so am I.

I informed Boggs’ office that I wanted him to support SB 2116.  His office said that Boggs don’t feel the bill would come up for a vote.  I asked the question as to why he felt that way, and the response was that Boggs was informed of this by others.  I asked several times who are the “others” and the response was that the “others” were identified as his “colleagues”.  When I asked for the names of these colleagues, I did not receive a single name.  I’m not sure what was meant by the term “colleagues”.

When I asked how would I know what Boggs position was on the SB 2116, the response was “When he hits that red button to cast his vote”.  I felt I have a right to know how he’s leaning, and I communicated those feelings to his office.

This is very frustrating to me when I can not get straight answers from the politician who represents me.  I feel I am entitled to know his position on these matters.  The phone conversation with his office was like pulling teeth.

Its time to start making list of names of every politician in Oklahoma who is either for or against legalization of marijuana.  I get the feeling there is ducking and dodging going on with this legalization issue, and it needs to be called out.

SB 2116 is an Oklahoma senate bill that was introduced by State Senator Constance Johnson to legalize marijuana.

State Senator Larry Boggs (republican) is a Vietnam veteran.  He represents the following counties in Oklahoma:  Haskel, Hughes, Latimer, Okfuske, and Pittsburg.  Medium age in his district is 39.6 and it seems he represents more people under the age of 44 than any other age group.

Contact information for Larry Boggs:
Senator Larry Boggs
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Rm.  513B
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 521-5604
boggs@oksenate.gov
Executive Assistant:  Anita Bell

Rob Wallace (D-OK) “Nobody in Washington is going to intimidate me .. I’ll go toe-to-toe”

Rob Wallace (OK-D) for US Congress said SE Oklahomans need to send someone to capital hill who knows how to go toe-to-toe, as he has the experience in dealing w/the worst people imaginable. Wallace said that NOBODY in Washington is going to intimidate him.   He also said that the political system has been a system of hired voices, & further indicated that regular folks don’t have the bucks to hire K-street lobbyist to carry their voice.

Wallace said the system has become a set of members who only listens to hired voices.  Therefore, the only way for people in SE Oklahoma to get heard, he added, was for them to send someone from this area who will stand up to the special interest.

The moderator’s question posed to Rob Wallace was:”Gridlock is clogging up Capital Hill & with the 2 major parities often polarized to the detriment of the nation as a whole, and as a freshman US Representative what can you do to try to break down the lock jam that often occurs on capital hill?”.

Robert (Rob) Wallace, a democrat & Former Assistant US Attorney General is running for the office of US congress (2nd congressional district Oklahoma). His opponent is Marywayne Mullin — a republican & local plumber. The seat they both seek was held by democrat Dan Boren who is retiring & have held that seat since 2005. US Congressional district 2 of Oklahoma is the only democrat district in the entire state. Therefore, its imperative that the democrats hold on to that district, as the republicans are trying to turn the entire state Red to impair political balance. The election will be November 6, 2012.

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