Dana Beal Free From Prison

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Dana Beal Free From Prison

Feb. 12 2014

From letter fwd’d to people who have contributed to Dana in the past few years. Sent out by Nancy Joan Allen

Dana was released at 12:25 pm Central time, today, Wednesday, February 12, 2014.

Here’s what happened.in brief. He called me late yesterday afternoon saying he wasn’t actually scheduled to be released. I spoke with Records. I was told his status was still “parole pending”, ...

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Watch an ex-cop explain why: “The War on Drugs is a joke.”

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Watch an ex-cop explain why: “The War on Drugs is a joke.”

It’s a long video, so here are the highlights:

At 3:47 he demolishes the idea that we can enforce away the drug trade.

At 5:54 he explains how the drug problem can be fixed, and at 7:30 he points out how we can keep people from doing drugs without criminalizing them.

At 11:08 he points out the hypocrisy of prohibition.

At 12:28 he ...

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#9 Bleecker foreclosure and possible eviction

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Harsh! Yippie Museum’s Building Manager Wants Pot Activist Kicked to the Curb

http://www.mindvox.com/pg/blog/read/6475/9-bleecker-foreclosure-and-possible-eviction

Already fighting foreclosure, the home of the Yippie! Museum faced another buzzkill last week, as attorney Meryl L. Wenig asked a State Supreme Court judge to consider civil contempt charges against its owners and even jail time for failing to pay rent at 9 Bleecker Street.

Wenig represents David F. Segal, the receiver, who claims that “not one cent” of the $20,000-per-month ...

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Warning over drug addiction ‘miracle cure’

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MYEBOGA COMMENT: ‘DRUG EXPERTS’ make comments which are damaging to the use of ibogaine as a treatment that saves thousands of lives whenever lives are lost, often due to the incorrect use of the substance. The pharmaceutical industry is rife with deaths due to the side effects of pharmaceuticals. Ibogaine threatens the usual modalaties for treating drug addiction. So the question is: how many lives have been saved that would otherwise have been lost?

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VICE on HBO: Can an Obscure — and Illegal — African Plant Help Cure Heroin and Opiate Addiction?

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In recent years, you may have noticed that the public and the media have shown an increasing awareness of the potential of plant medicines — and particularly psychedelics, or entheogens — to treat otherwise intractable psychological conditions, such as PTSD and addiction.

I know this as well as anyone — I struggled with heroin addiction for 20 years and tried everything I could to kick the habit. Finally, 11 years ago — convinced I would soon die — I took ...

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New Zealand: Woman dies in drug rehab (Story from Herald)

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Woman dies in drug rehab (Story from Herald)

Husband wants answers about treatment

The grieving husband of an Italian-born farmer who died of a suspected heart attack in a controversial rehab clinic is demanding answers about her death.

Teodora Palmieri-Chuck, 45, of Wairarapa, died at Kaitaia’s Iboga Clinic while undergoing a controversial ibogaine drug addiction treatment.

Ibogaine has been hailed as a miracle way to break drug dependency after only one dose, but concerns have been raised overseas about possible risks, including to ...

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Patient Death in New Zealand

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Patient Dies After Being Administered Ibogaine

MP3, 2m20s, 2.1MB, first broadcast 16 July 2013

A patient at the iBoga clinic in Kaitaia has died following the administration of an experimental drug Ibogaine.

The 45 year old woman was seeking treatment for opiate addiction and is believed to have died 30 hours after being administered the drug on the weekend of the 29th of June.

Angus Thunder reports.

http://www.95bfm.com/default,211931.sm

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Iboga Judgement Day

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Last Tuesday, March 26th of 2013, Dimitri Mougianis, Michael McKenna, and Bovenga Na Muduma, who were set up and arrested in 2011 for giving Iboga to an addict, have been sentenced in Seattle. They ended up with 45 days of home detention without probation, a penalty for misdemeanor possession of ibogaine and iboga… The judge clearly understood the new purpose these men found in their lives after they managed to overcome years of drug dependency through the use of ...
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