CORRECTION: Shortly after 15:10, the number of children who go missing each year in the US should be 530,000+ according to 2010 FBI statistics, not 800,000.
For every child who goes missing in the US, one and a half people are arrested for having a plant. Is the price worth that much? Has anyone ever put it that way before on television or in a major newspaper (or anywhere for that matter as of the date of this video)? Why not? Wouldn't authorities be finding more missing children if they weren't instructed to apprehend people with plants? This isn't rocket science here, just censored.
Recorded at Professor Chomsky's office on Dec. 06, 2011.