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“The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials in which they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than a two-decade period before 2000.”

What went wrong? The Post continues: “Of 28 examiners with the FBI Laboratory’s microscopic hair comparison unit, 26 overstated forensic matches in ways that favored prosecutors in more than 95 percent of the 268 trials reviewed so far.” The shameful, horrifying errors were uncovered in a massive, three-year review by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Innocence Project. Following revelations published in recent years, the two groups are helping the government with the country’s largest ever post-conviction review of questioned forensic evidence.


Chillingly, as the Post continues, “the cases include those of 32 defendants sentenced to death.” Of these defendants, 14 have already been executed or died in prison.

This is one of the largest scale cases of intentional evidence tampering and perjury in the criminal justice system in the US. 14 people are dead due to intentional lies told by seasoned and celebrated FBI personnel.

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HIGH TIMES magazine has launched a petition on Change.org today urging United States Attorney General Eric Holder, United States Attorney General Designate Loretta Lynch and California Attorney General Kamala Harris to release all non-violent marijuana prisoners. Tens of thousands of U.S. citizens remain behind bars, even as marijuana reform sweeps the nation. Since its founding over 40 years ago, HIGH TIMES has championed this cause, one of its founding principles, alongside unfettered medical marijuana access and a level playing field for the cannabis industry.

While the federal government has relaxed its stance on marijuana, allowing states to implement their own laws and no longer prosecuting businesses running in accordance with these laws, the status of those persecuted under old laws remains ignored. HIGH TIMES’ petition calls for a rectification between the United States’ past marijuana laws and the current situation.

“President Obama recently commuted 20-odd prisoners serving life for a first time drug offense,” says CEO of Trans High Corp and volunteer lawyer for “Lifers for Pot” Michael Kennedy. “Nineteen of them were convicted of coke and meth crimes… clearly much more serious misdeeds than pot dealing, but the big O only commuted one marijuana lifer. While we at HIGH TIMES totally support these commutations, we have to press the President to look more closely at our Lifers For Pot and free them forthwith!”

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HIGH TIMES magazine has launched a petition on Change.org today urging United States Attorney General Eric Holder, United States Attorney General Designate Loretta Lynch and California Attorney General Kamala Harris to release all non-violent marijuana prisoners. Tens of thousands of U.S. citizens remain behind bars, even as marijuana reform sweeps the nation. Since its founding over 40 years ago, HIGH TIMES has championed this cause, one of its founding principles, alongside unfettered medical marijuana access and a level playing field for the cannabis industry.

While the federal government has relaxed its stance on marijuana, allowing states to implement their own laws and no longer prosecuting businesses running in accordance with these laws, the status of those persecuted under old laws remains ignored. HIGH TIMES’ petition calls for a rectification between the United States’ past marijuana laws and the current situation.

“President Obama recently commuted 20-odd prisoners serving life for a first time drug offense,” says CEO of Trans High Corp and volunteer lawyer for “Lifers for Pot” Michael Kennedy. “Nineteen of them were convicted of coke and meth crimes… clearly much more serious misdeeds than pot dealing, but the big O only commuted one marijuana lifer. While we at HIGH TIMES totally support these commutations, we have to press the President to look more closely at our Lifers For Pot and free them forthwith!”

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It’s on Sale: Golden Bear and Engineered Garments at Federal

DC doesn’t have many cool guy stores; sometimes my hometown seems to just alternate Brooks Brothers, Starbucks, Brooks Brothers, Starbucks, etc. But Federal is an exception, walking the line between heritage cool guy (Filson, Pendleton, Engineered Garments) and skate rat cool guy (the other half of Federal’s store front is skate shop Palace5ive). Right now they have a few leftover pieces from previous seasons’ Engineered Garments collections, as well as some exceedingly nice Golden Bear jackets, on sale for 50% off or more

-Pete

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HIGH TIMES magazine has launched a petition on Change.org today urging United States Attorney General Eric Holder, United States Attorney General Designate Loretta Lynch and California Attorney General Kamala Harris to release all non-violent marijuana prisoners. Tens of thousands of U.S. citizens remain behind bars, even as marijuana reform sweeps the nation. Since its founding over 40 years ago, HIGH TIMES has championed this cause, one of its founding principles, alongside unfettered medical marijuana access and a level playing field for the cannabis industry.

While the federal government has relaxed its stance on marijuana, allowing states to implement their own laws and no longer prosecuting businesses running in accordance with these laws, the status of those persecuted under old laws remains ignored. HIGH TIMES’ petition calls for a rectification between the United States’ past marijuana laws and the current situation.

“President Obama recently commuted 20-odd prisoners serving life for a first time drug offense,” says CEO of Trans High Corp and volunteer lawyer for “Lifers for Pot” Michael Kennedy. “Nineteen of them were convicted of coke and meth crimes… clearly much more serious misdeeds than pot dealing, but the big O only commuted one marijuana lifer. While we at HIGH TIMES totally support these commutations, we have to press the President to look more closely at our Lifers For Pot and free them forthwith!”

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HIGH TIMES magazine has launched a petition on Change.org today urging United States Attorney General Eric Holder, United States Attorney General Designate Loretta Lynch and California Attorney General Kamala Harris to release all non-violent marijuana prisoners. Tens of thousands of U.S. citizens remain behind bars, even as marijuana reform sweeps the nation. Since its founding over 40 years ago, HIGH TIMES has championed this cause, one of its founding principles, alongside unfettered medical marijuana access and a level playing field for the cannabis industry.

While the federal government has relaxed its stance on marijuana, allowing states to implement their own laws and no longer prosecuting businesses running in accordance with these laws, the status of those persecuted under old laws remains ignored. HIGH TIMES’ petition calls for a rectification between the United States’ past marijuana laws and the current situation.

“President Obama recently commuted 20-odd prisoners serving life for a first time drug offense,” says CEO of Trans High Corp and volunteer lawyer for “Lifers for Pot” Michael Kennedy. “Nineteen of them were convicted of coke and meth crimes… clearly much more serious misdeeds than pot dealing, but the big O only commuted one marijuana lifer. While we at HIGH TIMES totally support these commutations, we have to press the President to look more closely at our Lifers For Pot and free them forthwith!”

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