Will U.S. Attorney General Sessions Arrest Vermont Governor Scott for Signing a New Marijuana Legalization Bill?
Will United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions
Arrest Vermont Governor Phill Scott
for Signing a New Marijuana Legalization Bill?
Will the State of Vermont become absolutely famous
when Governor Phil Scott and the entire Vermont
State Legislature, Representatives and Senators
VOTE TO MAKE MARIJUANA LAWFUL,
and then immediately after the Bill signing,
they are all herded onto a federal prison bus
and incarcerated awaiting trial with massive
and unaffordable million dollar bail requirements
all because they AIDED AND ABETTED
VIOLATIONS OF FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS?
Can we get the cameras and video cameras ready
and use the film footage to promote lawful protests
without being charged with inciting a riot?
“…Vermont legislators vote to legalize marijuana
just hours after Sessions sets stage for a crackdown.
… Republican governor, Phil Scott…
has signaled he’d sign it…. it would make
Vermont the first state to
legalize recreational marijuana through the legislature,
rather than via a statewide ballot initiative….”
But, WILL THERE BE prosecutions for aiding or abetting
or assisting in the violation of a federal law.
“Whoever commits an offense against the United
States or aids, abets, counsels, commands,
induces or procures its commission,
is punishable as a principal.” 18. U.S.C. §§ 2
Guide to Law Online: U.S. Law | Law Library of Congress
US Code: Title 18 – CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
18 U.S. Code § 2 – Principals
(a) Whoever commits an offense against the United States
or aids, abets, counsels, commands, induces
or procures its commission, is punishable as a principal.
(b) Whoever willfully causes an act to be done
which if directly performed by him or another
would be an offense against the United States,
is punishable as a principal.
I want to REMIND YOU OF THE FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS because
US Attorney General JEFF SESSIONS plans to enforce federal
marijuana laws in states which have chosen to make marijuana lawful. That means that even when “recrerational” marijuana
becomes legal under state law
the federal drug enforcement agency can come arrest you!
…”after announcing a change in policy that could lead to a federal crackdown on marijuana users and sellers even in states where pot prohibition has been ended, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions sparked a bipartisan outcry.”…” new DOJ policy… prosecutors in states where pot is no longer banned by state law are given wide leeway in deciding when and whether to prosecute violations of federal marijuana statutes.”…
PART 3 FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
PART 4 FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
PART 5 FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
PART 6 FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
PART 8 FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
PART 9 FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
PART 10 FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
CONTINUATION OF FEDERAL MARIJUANA LAWS
Title 3 USC; Title 5 USC; Title 22 USC;
Title 25 USC; Title 26 USC; Title 28 USC;
Title 42 USC; Title 48 USC; Title 49 USC
and International Treaties