Tuesday, October 21, 2014

New Civil Rights Division Head Wants To Decriminalize Possession of All Drugs

New Civil Rights Division Head Wants To Decriminalize Possession of All Drugs
Cully Stimson /  / 
So who supports decriminalizing cocaine, heroin, LSD, methamphetamine, ecstasy and all dangerous drugs, including marijuana?
No, it’s not your teenage nephew. It’s President Obama’s new acting head of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, Vanita Gupta. In 2012, Guptawrote that “states should decriminalize simple possession of all drugs, particularly marijuana, and for small amounts of other drugs.” (Emphasis mine).
Last week, President Obama appointed Vanita Gupta to the position of acting head. According to the Washington Post, the administration plans to nominate her in the next few months to become the permanent assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division. Her views on sentencing reform–a bi-partisan effort in recent years–have earned her qualified kudos from some conservatives.
But her radical views on drug policy–including her opinion that states should decriminalize possession of alldrugs (cocaine, heroin, LSD, ecstasy, marijuana etc.) should damper that support of those conservatives, and raise serious concerns on Capitol Hill.

Does that include FDA approved psych drugs too?
The ones already worth 10 years per script like Risperdal too, under Federal Racketeering Statutes?
Is Vanita Gupta going to broach the amending of carve outs for specially protected entities into Fed Criminal Laws?

because as it sits already, . . .

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