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Old 03-02-2014, 02:30 AM   #101
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Growing operations like that are commercial through and through. I know for a fact that there is a lot that can be done to seal up crops and keep the smell from getting out. i know many people who grow and almost all of them grow indoors and use filtration systems and all sorts of sophisticated means to keep their grows under the radar. It is foolish not to these days and not very expensive either, considering the potential profit from one crop of 80 plants and the potential total loss of it if he is discovered. Personally I would see how I could file lien against the guy for being a public nuisance.

There are larger operations I have been told about that grow hundreds or even thousands of plants indoors and without detection. Some of them are done in brand new houses that are used entirely for growing purposes and nobody lives there. These are not the "personal use" grows I am talking about.

For that matter, if one of my loved ones had a medical need for marijuana, I would consider growing it for them, even though I do not and would not use it myself. This is also common. You get your "card" so its legal and grow it for someone else.
Two things.
1) If CA has Legalized marijuana as you have posted many many times on this thread, Why the need to grow "under the radar"?

2) Again you erroneously claim growing Marijuana is Legal in CA. It is not, go back and read the links posted regarding those poor souls in CA and other States that are doing time in Federal prison for Growing pot, Legal pot.
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Its always been there on the federal form to purchase a firearm...Fed law trumps state law regarding medical or legal Marijuana...

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Two things.
1) If CA has Legalized marijuana as you have posted many many times on this thread, Why the need to grow "under the radar"?
Without any of the neighbors figuring it out.

As far as law enforcement, there are legal grows where people have gotten the proper permits and everything and there are illegal grows where people will have these massive plantations generally on public land. The cops go after those with a vengeance (and I have helped in these efforts for many years).

There was a period just after California legalized pot where the Feds were coming in and doing raids. After awhile something changed and they are no longer doing them, but I don't know the details as to what happened and why.

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Pot is in fact legal for medicinal purposes in the state of California. It is also illegal in the United States. It is a paradox.
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Mmm, sorry, I'd have a hard time getting on the bandwagon against the guy who burned him out.
Well this area is a semi rural community and they have been used to taking of business themselves for more years than I have been alive. Unincorporated part of the county and all.

I have no judgment for whoever did this, but, I have to say I have no problem this jerk is gone. I think in this guys case it was karma and he simply crossed someone more evil than himself. I also do think it was his own kind he may have crossed in some drug deal that may have went south. I really can't figure anyone here that would have the mental capability to do this, so that's why I also think it may have been someone he crossed in his rotten dealings not immediately from here. Who knows?
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There was a period just after California legalized pot where the Feds were coming in and doing raids. After awhile something changed and they are no longer doing them, but I don't know the details as to what happened and why.
What do you mean by "no longer"? Since when?
I can post Federal raids on "legal" medical marijuana farms in CA from as recent as 2012.

I think if you talk to these people that are facing Federal Prison sentences for growing "legal" marijuana in CA, they might shed some light on your misconceptions of what is Legal and what is Not Legal.
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I think if you talk to these people that are facing Federal Prison sentences for growing "legal" marijuana in CA, they might shed some light on your misconceptions of what is Legal and what is Not Legal.
The light they would shed would probably be, "It's legal to grow, and I was wrongly arrested."
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The light they would shed would probably be, "It's legal to grow, and I was wrongly arrested."
Probably right. You forgot to end your quote with "Dude".
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Oh yeah. LOL.

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What do you mean by "no longer"? Since when?
I can post Federal raids on "legal" medical marijuana farms in CA from as recent as 2012.

I think if you talk to these people that are facing Federal Prison sentences for growing "legal" marijuana in CA, they might shed some light on your misconceptions of what is Legal and what is Not Legal.
OK, the feds are no longer conducting raids on small growing operations that are legal under California law. The raids they have done tend to be tax raids such as this one http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/04/harborside-health-center-tax-bill_n_995139.html
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Aside from legalities, the need for such grows to be "under the radar" is common sense and borne out by this thread: someone might not like your garden to the point they commit felony arson to remove it; some people might raid your garden to burn small pieces of it in their bongs; neighbors might become alienated from you on the basis of their feelings about cannabis.

Dude.

I still can't get on board with the arsonist. I can accept the "dude pissed off somebody badder than him", but that doesn't make the arson right. His problems with neighbors should have been documented and handled legally.

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