Godfather of Marijuana Sent from Vermont to Kentucky to be Prosecuted for Growing Marijuana!

Vermont Marijuana News
April 6, 2017

NEWS LINKS:

http://www.mynbc5.com/article/godfather-of-grass-deported-to-us-to-face-federal-pot-charges/9241436

http://harlandaily.com/news/18260/news-in-brief-266

Summary of Information on this subject:

John Robert “Johnny” Boone, 73 ,was convicted in the 1980s and is known as the Godfather of Grass. The Godfather of Grass disappeared almost a decade ago while federal agents were closing in on him.

Johnny Boone had already spent a decade in prison; isn’t that enough?

He was deported from Canada to Burlington, Vermont on Wednesday April 5, 2017 and will be held in a Vermont prison pending his return to Kentucky to face federal marijuana charges.

The authorities claim he was head of a mafia that had 29 farms in 9 states. He fled to Canada after an indictment in 2008.

John Robert Boone originates from rural Kentucky near Louisville, an area that used to grow Hemp Farms, legally!

Also, marijuana used to be legal in the U.S.A.
It is a crime against nature and the Holy Bible Old Testament to prosecute people for a plant that God gave us.

Johnny Boone was featured on the TV show “America’s Most Wanted” and sparked a Facebook page called Run, Johnny, Run.

John Robert Boone grew 2,400 marijuana plants on his central Kentucky farm. That would NOT have been a crime when our Country was started and marijuana and hemp were legal!

Please note that Cris Ericson’s grandfather, George Robert Ericson, was born on the Hemp Lawn Farm on the Benson Pike in Shelbyville, Kentucky in 1898 when marijuana and hemp were legal in the United States of America! Shelbyville is near Louisville, Kentucky.

2018 Vote for Cris Ericson for United States Congress in Vermont http://www.crisericson.com

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