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In this episode Pot Talk Radio will focus on UNGASS.
What is UNGASS?
The United Nations General Assembly Special Session, or UNGASS, is a meeting of UN member states to assess and debate global issues such as health, gender, or in this case, the world’s drug control priorities. The last time a special session on drugs was held, in 1998, its focus was the total elimination of drugs from the world. Today, political leaders and citizens are pushing to rethink that ineffective and dangerous approach.
In this episode we explore what Sponsor a POW420 is all about and how you can help. Sponsor a POW420 is a questionnaire that enables YOU to directly make a difference in helping pot prisoners. It has all the information about the person: from their story in their words, to their contact information, what they need, hobbies, and how you can help! Can you Sponsor a POW420 today?
POW420s - David Jessop, Corvain Cooper, Maurice Foley, Richard Montes, Charles Lepp, Matthew Davies, Robert Furlong, Antonio Bascaro, Charles Cundiff, Richard DeLisi. We take briefly about the above pot prisoners - how you can help, what they need, and their stories. Because, No-one belongs in jail for a plant.
In this episdoe of Pot Talk Radio we will focus on David DePriest. David is serving 22 years for marijuana.
A brother and sister will be going to prison for a while for growing marijuana in their apartment.
On Tuesday, Circuit Court Judge Kenneth W. Pratte sentenced 34-year-old David G. DePriest to 22 years in prison for production of marijuana, possession of more than five grams of marijuana and unlawful possession of a weapon. Natalie DePriest, age 36, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for production of marijuana and possession of more than five grams of marijuana. Both lived in Farmington at the time of their arrest on the charges.
In this episde of Pot Talk Radio we will be focusing on Bernard Noble. Bernard is serving a 15 year sentence for 3 grams of marijuana.
Bernard Noble was visiting his father in New Orleans 3 ½ years ago when two cops spotted him riding a bicycle. They stopped Noble, frisked him and found a small amount of marijuana — the equivalent of two joints.
Noble, a 47-year-old truck driver and father of three, is now serving a 13-year prison sentence after a jury found him guilty of marijuana possession. It was his fifth drug-possession conviction. He originally was sentenced to five years, but Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro Jr. appealed and got a longer sentence.
Mr Noble was found with three grams of marijuana in his pocket. For this he received 15 years in prison. At the same time Alaska on legalizing marijuana, already Colorado and Washington State made.
BERNARD NOBLE # 10846
JACKSON PARISH CORRECTIONAL CENTER
327 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE
JONESBORO, LA 71251
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