Police have arrested an Etobicoke man and his son on Marijuana related charges after receiving a call from Paramedics making a medical call in Toronto. Two men were arrestd and held in jail, as well as siezing their pets. Sounds like business as usual, with one exception, the man they arrested is a valid MMAR exemption holder and currently undergoing treatments for Brain Cancer. You read that right, Police arrested an unconcious suffering Cancer patient, refused to allow his MMAR license to be produced, and harrassed , intimidated, and ultimately arrested and incarcerated his son. All this as our newly appointed Pot Head Bill Blair announces his strict regulations and enforcement policy for the Canadian Legalization proposals for Marijuana. This is an outrage and quite possibly a display of what the future of Canadian Medical Marijuana Patients holds under the auspices of Mister Blair’s new pot regime rules. Canadas sick and dying Cannabis therapy patients have previously expressed grave concerns and fears over the legal ramifications of patients rights. This latest arrest is a part of an ongoing campaign unfolding in a series of miscarriages of justice amplified by Canadian law enforcement officials. I encourage all readers to contact Mister Blair to express your concerns on his ability to properly migitate the Cannabis program into reality without endangering the well being and safety of tens of thousands of Medical Marijuana patients across Canada.
You may contact Bill Blair using the following resource. http://www.parl.gc.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members/William-Blair(88961)
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Toronto police seized 14 dogs and one cat, while arresting two people during a drug raid at an Etobicoke home on Sunday.
Paramedics initially attended the home around 3:00 p.m. near Kipling Avenue and Rathburn Road for a medical call.
When paramedics arrived they call in the police after seeing drugs in the home.
The Toronto police drug squad was called to the scene and seized an unknown quantity of marijuana.
Animal Services was called in to seize the animals living at the home.
Police have not released the charges or the identities of the two suspects they arrested.