The THC Blog is a blog written by Michael Schaffer, who suffers from a form of cancer. He also suffers from a marijuana addiction and wants to share his story with others who are dealing with the same thing he does. If you are not familiar with his story, keep reading. It may help you or inform you about a product that may help you one day.
He started using marijuana and then eventually became addicted. When he was arrested, the confiscated drugs were in his car. The arresting officer thought that they contained cocaine, methamphetamine or heroin, none of which are illegal. He was wrong, because there was no evidence that he was using any of those drugs at the time.
Two years later, while under investigation for suspicion of cocaine trafficking, he was arrested again, this time for possession with intent to distribute. This time he was caught with two ounces of cocaine, as well as twelve packets of cannabis. The original charges were reduced to misdemeanors. However, when the charges were read in court, they became felony charges. Schaffer now faces life in prison if he is convicted of selling marijuana and/or cocaine on his website or within the state THC Blog.
Michael is not the first person to be accused of selling cannabis products in the state of Washington. These types of charges have been on the rise for the past five years. Although many other states have made it illegal to purchase these types of products from a person in any way, including through the internet, Washington State allows anyone to grow and cultivate cannabis plants for personal use, medicinal purposes, and even profit. There are many different types of marijuana plants, including potpourri, floor crops, and indoor plants, but most are grown outdoors. This means that anyone can grow and use any number of these plants, as long as they abide by state laws.
Schaffer believes that he did not get into his current condition of cancer because of cannabis; rather he got cancer because he was using the wrong type of medication for his ailment. In addition to the fact that he is facing life in prison, he will be required to pay huge fines, undergo chemotherapy, and may also lose his license to trade. He is currently being held at a jail inside a rehabilitation facility. Although he is facing life in prison, he knows that this could be extended if the prosecution does not drop all charges against him. He is requesting a motion to dismiss and has filed an appeal with the state’s supreme court.
If you are interested in writing a THC blog about this case, you are free to do so. There are some very important things you should know about cancer and cannabis. It is important to remember that cannabis does have different affects on the human body, as opposed to what many people believe. Although it is true that it can help you cope with cancer, there is no evidence that it actually causes cancer in any way. On top of that, if you are found guilty and found to be violating state law by growing cannabis plants, you will be spending the rest of your life in jail for doing something you believe in!