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Published on Oct 31, 2010
From ktla.com: "The department says it has never received a report of candy or snacks containing pot being distributed to Halloween trick-or-treaters." This whole thing is reminiscent of the old razor blade in an apple scare, which also turned out to be false.
Why go public to alert people of a danger for which there is no evidence of existence?
Only a few days before the vote on Prop 19, the sheriff of L.A. county uses his position of power in an attempt to frighten people a few days before the vote on legalizing marijuana.
He claims in the video that this press conference was not for the purpose of influencing the election. If that were true, why has such a press conference never convened before, especially with medical marijuana having been legal for over 10 years with the number of patients increasing every year?
The sheriff has previously stated that even if the measure passes, he will begin enforcing federal marijuana laws in violation of the constitution.