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13 Little Pot Plants May Set Religious Sacrament Standard for Oregon

13 Little Pot Plants May Set Religious Sacrament Standard for Oregon

Dec-03-2014 04:20

Bonnie King Salem-News.com

This milestone cannabis case continues Thursday, December the 4th, at 3:45 at the Grant county courthouse in Canyon City, Oregon for defendants of the ONAC KM Sanctuary Garden Raid. The public is invited to attend.

(SALEM, Ore.) – “This case will liberate Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Ruderalis from prosecution once-and-for-all as they are not federally controlled substances. It will also ensure our civil rights, liberties and freedoms regarding Mother Earth’s healing sacraments for all native born American peoples – hopefully even beyond those borders as well,” said Joy Graves, Sachem Healer of the Oklevueha Native American Church.

On October 31, 2014, defendants Joy Maxine Graves and Raymond Scott Martin stood in in the courtroom of Grant County Circuit Judge William D. Cramer Jr., the latest episode in the ongoing real-life drama began last June, when 13 small cannabis plants were yanked from the soil in Seneca.

http://www.salem-news.com/articles/december032014/pot-sacrament-cannabis-bk.php






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