Hatersmakemefamous EP 1 (archived shows)
join us as we uncover startling info about how private prisons work and what we can do to stop them .
Ever feel like you’re running in place trying to help others? Listen to how Amanda deals with this and thrives!
Alex Lane explains how the State tried to portray him as a drug dealer vs a business owner and what he did to take a stand against them.
Join is as we meet Alex Lehrer and talk about his 7 years in prison for selling 140lbs of pot
Imagine turning 18 with no help, no resources and no where to live. You have been raised by the state but now you’re almost an adult and are being thrown into an Adult world. Foster 360 was founded to help kids in this same position. come meet Candice Rebecca and here how she is changing lives one foster child at a time
Aaron Sandusky was the president of a MMJ business based out of Upland, Ca known as G3 Holistic. G3 operated 3 retail locations in Upland, Colton and Moreno Valley. G3 also operated a 40k sq. ft. cultivation facility in Ontario, Ca.
G3 was raided by the feds on 11-1-11. This raid subsequently resulted in the arrest and trial of Aaron Sandusky and 5 employees in 2012. During this trial no evidence of state law was allowed .
Facing a mandatory minimum of 10 years and a maximum of life, Aaron refused to take a deal as it
involved him working for the Feds to take down growers whom G3 worked with. He was convicted at
trial and sentenced to 10yrs, the mandatory minimum for cultivation and distribution of marijuana.
Aaron was recently released from federal prison on November 13th and was placed on house arrest until
March 12 . He is now on supervised release for 5 years.
I am the owner of the Marijuana Mamma consulting agency, a firm which offers a variety of marketing services to clients. I was recently named president of 420Skincare & Medibles, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. The position allows me to bring together all of the skills I have learned along the way, and combine them with my marketing expertise. I graduated from the University of New Mexico with honors and love putting that degree to use by connecting and building brands so that they can be brought to market and into patients’ homes, all in a compliant fashion.
We will discuss with Brenda about what it’s like being a longtime restaurant owner through not only Covid and Curfew but also “Bar Rescue”
By Jason Kitchen
Thirteen years ago, Weldon Angelos’ world was turned upside down; his life instantly transformed into a veritable nightmare. At the age of 24, Angelos was indicted on three counts of marijuana distribution to an undercover informant. His life was to be forever altered, and his story predetermined by the criminal justice system. He would spend the next 55 years of his life in a federal prison, never to set foot outside until, at the age of 79, he served his 20,075th consecutive day. His life plans were now inconsequential. His dreams were dead; his hope vanished. This would be Weldon Angelos’ life for the next five-and-a-half decades.
Come listen as we talk to a man who did 32 years in prison for pot and what he is doing now after being released
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