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 on: July 02, 2015, 11:57:05 PM 
Started by Rchapman4697 - Last post by Rchapman4697
Is that in your contract?

No there is no contract its prepaid, do you mean the part about listening to free talk live or the threat on my life?
I am really worried now that they might be following me I got a faraday case and keep the phone in it when I'm traveling, I am super paranoid now. I take the battery out of it and the sim. Card and I also took the phone apart and took the storage capacitor out of it so it can't be powered up without the battery. I am worried I might be on their hit list now.  I don't even use the phon now, what should I do?

 on: July 01, 2015, 10:11:10 PM 
Started by FTL_Ian - Last post by FTL_Ian

Secession for Sardinia

Church of Cannabis First Service Today

 on: July 01, 2015, 04:10:06 PM 
Started by Rchapman4697 - Last post by analogkid
It's a statist conspiracy!  :lol:

 on: July 01, 2015, 04:35:58 AM 
Started by ZakCruiseCarter - Last post by Rchapman4697
You need to get a lawyer I had a problem where I live here with the city, trying to violate my constitutional rights. I got a prepaid lawyer to go after them and they backed off.
Www.legalshield.com. You can fight city hall and win.!

 on: July 01, 2015, 04:21:28 AM 
Started by Rchapman4697 - Last post by Rchapman4697
this afternoon I discovered my prepaid cell phone service could not make or receive calls. So I called tech support the first time and this person said my service had been suspended, put me on hold for a long time. So I had to fix supper so I hung up. Called back a second time and the person reinstated my service, I ask her why she said you can't listen to radio on your cell phone, nothing is going to happen to you now but don't do it again. Does this sound like s threat on my life to you? bTW it is unlimited service do I would think I could call or listen to whatever it wanted to especially if I paid for it with money I earned legally. I used to listen to radio years ago on the phone even an att phone when I worked nights as a security guard and never had any problems, and one of my phones was an att phone what a world this is now. Just saying beware att users if you use an att phone and listen to free talk live on it, I just got the phone so apparently theymonitor your calls and don't like the views of free talk live, I will be dumping att as soon as my minutes run out. Maybe even sooner.

 on: June 30, 2015, 10:46:07 PM 
Started by FTL_Ian - Last post by FTL_Ian

Greeks Rushing to BTC

Businesses screwed in Greece

 on: June 30, 2015, 11:05:00 AM 
Started by ZakCruiseCarter - Last post by SeanD
What crime?  I see no victim other than the misused ex military guy.

 on: June 29, 2015, 10:28:55 PM 
Started by Diogenes The Cynic - Last post by Diogenes The Cynic
There is one area of economic growth I've noticed in the last few months.

Thrift stores are growing in number, and moving to bigger locations.

 on: June 29, 2015, 10:26:18 PM 
Started by FTL_Ian - Last post by FTL_Ian
Will gay marriage ruling help gun rights too?

Greece will close banks for 6 days, impose limits on withdrawals

 on: June 29, 2015, 07:14:10 PM 
Started by ZakCruiseCarter - Last post by ZakCruiseCarter
What do you think, does this punishment fit the crime?

“US Marine Corps combat veteran Kristoffer Lewandowski, who served in three tours of duty overseas including tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, reportedly faces up to life in prison for pot charges connected to a June 2014 raid on his Geronimo, OK home that occurred after his wife and neighbors called police to get him help for a post-traumatic stress disorder flare-up. However, rather than providing mental health resources, police responding on the scene searched Lewandowski’s home for contraband and found six marijuana plants, weighing in at less than an ounce of plant matter in total, and charged him with, among other offenses, felony marijuana cultivation, which, under Oklahoma’s unusually-harsh marijuana laws, carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Truth in Media obtained an exclusive interview with Kristoffer Lewandowski’s wife Whitney Lewandowski in an effort to get their family’s story on the record. 

Whitney Lewandowski said that her husband, a loving father to three children who was honorably medically discharged from the Marines and is 100% disabled due to severe post-traumatic stress disorder, was growing the marijuana for personal use, “He was just using it… He couldn’t get any, and, of course, we’re a military family, we’re very poor, we couldn’t afford to buy it anyway. So he was just growing it for himself. He was on his way out of the military and just wanted to see if it would help with [his mental health issues]. He was taking 13 pills a day, and it was just killing his liver. He was having all these issues with his body and he just wanted to try something more natural to just see if he could do without that many pills a day.” She called his medical marijuana treatments “absolutely effective.”

Read the rest of the story @ http://truthinmedia.com/exclusive-war-veteran-with-ptsd-faces-life-in-prison-for-pot-his-wife-calls-for-help/

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