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JOY GRAVES: Sugarleaf's Heidi Lepp's Monumental Arrogance, Greed and Megalomania

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Friday August 4th marks the end of a long scary and tragic week for the communities of central California, it's only the Middle of a week long coming for Sugarleaf Rastafarian Church as this marks the third consecutive day of experiencing police raids on their illegally declared "Church farms" immediately proceeding day 1 which would be the shooting of 2 police and death of one of their church member/workers. 

So, as everyone paying attention to Sugarleaf, whether it be via main stream media, social media, or here know that thus far, this part of California encompasses the central point of Sugarleaf Rastafarian Church. Sugarleaf came to it's fruition just a few short months ago but has already publicly announced having established "Over 100 churches in less than 3 months" and have announced dozens at a time since.

 Sugarleaf presented itself as being legally protected to set up and do the things she would do under the "Protection" of Oklevueha Native American Church, but Sugarleaf quickly gave just cause for question by ONAC and during an investigation began finding dishonorable conduct and possibly illegal actions and so as the investigation continued, Sugarleaf began getting representations when went blantently ignored and ultimately leading them into denouncement as well as disassociation between ONAC and Sugarleaf publicly once-and-for-all, just 2 days before the beginning of what could well be the end of Sugarleaf Rastafarian Church and hopefully the Lepp's respect in the cannabis community as well.

The shooting at their "Yuba Trees Farm", leaving two police shot and one of their member's dead, and no word on the plants it all sparked over and the following day's raid in Calavasas where 9 of their members were arrested (Who didn't know who they were even Farming the cannabis for in the first place upon arrest) and the 6,000 plus plant bust.

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