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Bob Marley’s Daughter Gets Probation For Growing Marijuana

October 27, 2010 Leave a comment

HipHopWired – Bob Marley’s youngest child will serve 7 years probation for growing marijuana in her Philadelphia area home.

According to The Associated Press, a Chester County judge offered 29-year-old Makeda Jahnesta Marley a choice: a shorter prison term or a long stint on probation. She chose probation but could be forced to serve the prison term if she violates her probation. Continue Reading… 

Makeda Jahnesta Marley, Bob Marley’s daughter, has been placed on probation for 7 years for growing marijuana today.

Bob Marley’s daughter gets probation

Marley was arrested in 2008 when she attempted to remove marijuana plants from her home after police had arrived on a domestic-dispute call.



Get the Shooting, Killing and Robbing Out of Your System Now

August 28, 2010 1 comment

Movies like Last Action Hero are Protected Under Free Speech

Arnold Schwarzenegger vs EMA, also known as California vs Electronic Merchants Association is a supreme court case involving video games set for Nov. 2, 2010. This case involves California Assembly Bills 1792 & 1793, signed by the Governator into law on Oct. 7, 2005.

The bills were voted down by an appellate court at the Federal level in 2009 finding no evidence that establishes that games are any more harmful than violent television, movies, internet sites or other speech related exposures.

The 2 bills, if approved, will place ultra-violent video games under the “harmful matter” of the penal code and  force retailers to display signage detailing the ESRB rating and separate the M-Rated games from all others.

Games like Grand Theft Auto are Protected by Free Speech

California’s penal code “harmful matter” section allows anyone who sells, rents, distributes or exhibits “ultra-violent” video games to be fined up to $2,000 and imprisoned by up to a year.


The Gamer Petition- Video Games are Protected by Free Speech Under the First Amendment

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