PRESS RELEASE: NOVEMBER 19, 2013
Starting my 32nd year of Marijuana from the Feds On Wednesday November 20th, 2013
I will start my 32nd year of receiving 10 medical marijuana cigarettes per day from the United States Federal Government for my severe bone tumor disorder. I am the longest surviving of the final four federal Medical Cannabis patients.
I am in great health because I have been lucky enough to have the right medicine for almost a third of a century. I am living proof of how well this plant works as a medicine. If there were any detrimental side effects, I certainly would exhibit them.
While 20 states and the District of Columbia have recognized the 1 benefits of Medical Marijuana, we still have millions of patients that don’t have that rite and are made criminals to get their medicine. This has to change. We need to put medicine in the hands of our physicians, not law enforcement.
Irvin Rosenfeld Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Co-Founder of the “Silver Tour” Board member of “Patients Out of Time” Author of “My Medicine” ‘How I Convinced the U.S. Government To Provide My Marijuana and helped Launch a National Movement’
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Bergen County Judge John A. Conte (77) has again refused bail for Jawara McIntosh, following an emergency defense counsel request that Tosh be bailed on his own recognisance, via a family bond to attend his grandmother’s funeral.
Peter Tosh’s mother, Alvera Coke will be buried on Sunday, November 10th. The mother of reggae star Peter Tosh, died on October 27th, in her home parish Westmoreland. She was 96 years old and died just one week after participating in celebrations marking her son’s 69th birthday.
Refusing the request for compassionate clemency, Conte furthermore denied the defense plea for Tosh to record a video eulogy for the funeral and reset the bond at $200,000.
Lead defense Attorney Ralph A. Smith said, “The judge ruled against both requests without consideration”.
Jawara Tosh is charged with ‘possession of ‘25 pounds or more of marijuana with intent to deliver’.
The campaign to Free Tosh has established a fund to raise the bail bond.
Donations can be made here: http://fundrazr.com/campaigns/9dLra