Marijuana Policy Project ~ Christopher Bartkowicz


 
Marijuana Policy Project
Marijuana Policy Project Alert September 20, 2010
 

Support a full and just hearing!

Dear Wayward Bill & Others:

Only in truth can one find justice. When truth is obstructed, justice is lost. This is what is at stake this week, as the US Attorney in Colorado attempts to prohibit during an upcoming trial the introduction of evidence demonstrating that marijuana confiscated by federal officials was grown for medical purposes under Colorado law. If the prosecutor succeeds, the plaintiff will be barred from even mentioning medical marijuana. Does this sound like justice to you? If not, please join Sensible Colorado for a rally outside the Federal Courthouse in Denver two days from today. See below for further details from Sensible Colorado. As always, please remember to dress and act professionally.

Colorado caregiver Christopher Bartkowicz is facing life in federal prison for growing medicine for sick Colorado patients. We need your help in bringing attention to this government supported atrocity. Join us on Wednesday, September 22 at 8am as we rally at the Federal Courthouse in Denver.  Then make your way inside to show support as Bartkowicz’s attorney makes the most important arguments of the case — whether all charges should be dismissed because Bartkowicz was following Colorado law. Concurrently, the US Attorney will argue Bartkowicz should be prohibited from even mentioning the words “medical marijuana” at his jury trial scheduled for November 1, 2010.

This is a crucial day for medical marijuana in Colorado, and we need your support to tell the feds we will not stand by as they attempt to destroy Colorado’s medical marijuana community!

WHAT: Protest to support Chris Bartkowicz and Colorado Medical Marijuana Patients

WHEN: Wednesday, September 22, 8:00-9:30am

WHERE: Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse (west entrance), 901 19th Street, Denver, Colorado 80294  MAP

WHY: No one should be sent to jail for growing legal medical marijuana.

WHAT TO BRING: Signs, water bottles, noise making devices

 

Sincerely,

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Robert J. Capecchi
Legislative Analyst
Marijuana Policy Project

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Steve Fox
Director of Government Relations
Marijuana policy Project

 

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