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 Posted 7/5/2013 10:43:33 AM
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Elkhart woman sentenced to four years after pleading guilty to dealing in meth
Elkhart woman sentenced to four years after pleading guilty to dealing in meth
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 Posted 7/5/2013 1:20:20 PM
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Poe admitted she started using marijuana at age 18. She told the court she now sees marijuana as a gateway drug. Poe said she wanted a chance for herself and anyone who is going through an addiction.

Talk about saying what she thinks the judge wants to hear!!!

The whole "gateway drug" argument is fallacy at its best. It's like claiming 66MPH is a gateway to 90MPH, just because you have to accelerate through 66 to get there! You were headed to 90 anyhow, there was nothing magical about 66 that made you go faster. "Gateway" drugs, my hind end.


Edited: 7/5/2013 1:20:31 PM by CharlesUFarley
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Poe, you were manufacturing meth, you were not in that motel room seeking a treatment program. What were you thinking when trying to blame lack of treatment programs for your decline and crime. Just remember this and treatment programs are not necessary. "It is illegal and dangerous to your health and others if you choose to manufacture and use meth." Incarceration may be considered the best treatment program for those who choose to break such a simple law.  Now what, do they tear down the room d/t contamination or do they simply not inform the public of where the location of the motel and room is????? Does anyone know what the courts obligations to the public are on disclosure????
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 Posted 7/9/2013 11:28:59 PM
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All expenses for legal, incarceration, rehab, cost to the motel owner should be the debt of the person/persons breaking the law, not the taxpaying law abiding citizen. 

Change the laws so the person found guilty of committing the crime pays. 
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