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March 22, 2012

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joebanana

I find it amazing that possession of, and delivering, or, distributing a controlled substance, knowingly, is temporarily not illegal, for the purpose of causing another, or actually inflicting a crime, knowingly, or unknowingly on another, even though the initial crime also consists of a conspiracy to cause such crime to be committed. Seen through logic of two wrongs making a right, something has gone seriously wrong our system of justice.

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