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Toronto Police Use Violent Force In Raid of Compassion Club

Toronto Police Use Violent Force In Raid of Compassion Club

CANNABIS CULTURE – Police used violent force in a raid on a Toronto location of the Cannabis As Living Medicine (CALM) Compassion Club on Wednesday, and arrested and laid marijuana trafficking charges against several staff members. “The police barged in and threw people to the ground without warning, without asking to be allowed in and without showing their warrant.,” CALM’s attorney Ron Marzel told Cannabis Culture. “They stormed their way in and started throwing patients down and pinning them to the ground. We got it all on video.” VIDEO COMING SOON – WATCH THIS SPACE One staffer suffered a concussion and a fat lip, but no one was seriously injured. Marzel said CALM’s owner, known as Neev, and eight staff members were charged with possession for the purposes of trafficking. Each was locked up for over ten hours before being released, and many who are medicinal marijuana patients were denied access to their medicine. The police told staffers they would be released only if they signed a form agreeing not to return to CALM until the case is over. “They made the staff promise, under a recognizance, not to go back to CALM,” he said, “and that was the only way they were going to release the staff and allow them to medicate.” Toronto Police were contacted by Cannabis Culture but refused to make a comment until “after the holiday”. CALM is one of the oldest medical cannabis clubs in Canada, established in 1996. CALM’s website states that the organization is a “peer-run

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