America’s Failed War on Drugs and the need to legalize marijuana.

An in depth articulate investigation into marijuana use in America and its demonization by the government’s war on drugs; how it has increased incarceration in the private prison systems for industry profits, and the benefits for legalizing marijuana for medical use and entertainment.

Judge James Gray has been a trial judge in Orange County, California for 29 years and has been a US candidate for Congress and the Senate for the Republican and later Libertarian Parties. He is one of the nation’s most articulate critics of the failures of our War on Drugs and supporters of the legalization of marijuana.

Michael Ruppert is a former LAPD narcotics investigator and whistleblower who was forced out of the police department while holding its highest ratings. He has been at the forefront of exposing government and intelligence complicity in America’s international and domestic drug trade.

Joseph Pietri is a former drug smuggler before and after Nixon’s declaration of America’s War on Drugs for several decades who operated out of south and southeast Asia. He is currently an active advocate for medical marijuana.

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