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Soufriere police continues its fight against marijuana cultivation

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On Wednesday, January 16, 2013, officers attached to the Soufriere Police Station conducted an eradication exercise on a marijuana plantation at Ravine Clear, Soufriere.

During the exercise a total of 16,008 marijuana seedlings and 2,260 grown marijuana plants were destroyed. The police also seized a white bucket of compressed marijuana.

Also, on Tuesday, January 22, 2013, they also conducted eradication exercises on two other plantations at Migny in Fond St Jacques, Soufriere.

A total of 8,500 seedlings and 3,650 fully grown plants were destroyed.

No one was arrested in relation to either exercise.

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  1. Caribbean governments don't seem to realise that those countries which had promoted and enforced the illegalisation of marijuana and marijuana products are now moving to legalise it!! We don't have to wait for them, we can take a step as sovereign countries and LEGALISE IT!! Marijuana(Hemp) is a natural plant and its benefits FAR outweigh its side-effects!! Legalise it and you will see the drastic change in our economy and decline in socio-economic problems i.e gun and gang crime!! If you don't believe me look at Holland and other countries where marijuana use is legal!

    • I very much agree with this comment. But as always, we are waiting for the "higher powers" (aka the USA and EU) to give us the OK. We need to start research and development into the products we can make with Marijuana (hemp) and create an economically viable industry before they jump on the bandwagon.

  2. one day d pot farmers will retaliate... the government fail to realize tht weed is a significant source of income to the island and they on thee other hand cant make things better of deliver better days so y stop the money flow?

  3. Wasting time and tax payers money!


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