Between 1968 and 1985, 16 people were brutally murdered around the foothills of Tuscany; In 2002, the death of an Italian doctor was alleged to involve an elaborate ring of Satanic cultists connected to the Society of Freemasons; and in 2011, American student Amanda Knox was acquitted of the murder of her British roommate in what was suggested to be some sort of Satanic sacrificial orgy. How are these three events connected? By an Italian prosecutor named Giuliano Mignini.
Congratulations, Washington and Colorado; you did it. Whether you voted for it or not, your ability to possess and smoke marijuana for recreational purposes is now an unchallenged right – at least as recognized by state and local governments. If you are a Washingtonian, midnight last night was the first time you could light up legally in the state, or in any state for that matter. But where do state and federal law enforcement officials stand on the issue of enforcement? What does this mean for the illegal marijuana trade? And, when is it your state’s turn? I attempt to (figuratively) clear the air on these questions after the break.