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Browns/FA OT Greg Robinson jailed in Texas on marijuana charge -Faces up to 20 years in federal prison

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Man..... the war on drugs really is more like the war on Americans, especially when it's a crop...of weed.  Being it was in notorious Texas, it reminded me of former top Texas law enforcement officer Barry Cooper, who after becoming much decorated, saw what it did to people and switched sides to help defend people and prevent them from being caught to begin with with an excellent video I will post below.  Shows that about anything is possible.  Greg Robinson could have put this video to use probably, and I wish him the best regardless of what others may think.

I thought dogs were supposed to be man's best friend?  :(

 

 

  • NFL.com Wire Reports
  • Published: Feb. 19, 2020 at 03:15 p.m.
  • Updated: Feb. 19, 2020 at 09:08 p.m.
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NFL offensive tackle Greg Robinson remained in a West Texas jail without bond Wednesday after federal agents said they found 157 pounds (71.21 kilograms) of marijuana in a rented vehicle in which he and two other people were riding.

Robinson, 27, of Thibodeaux, Louisiana, and Jaquan Tyreke Bray, 26, of La Grange, Georgia, were in the El Paso County Detention Center after federal authorities charged them with conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute it. Both were held without bond pending an initial appearance before a U.S. magistrate judge.

If convicted, both could be sentenced to up to 20 years in federal prison. It was unclear from jail and federal court records if they had attorneys.

"We are aware of the report but will decline further comment," an NFL spokesperson told NFL Media.

According to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday by the Drug Enforcement Administration and obtained by NFL Media, Robinson, Bray and an unidentified third person were driving from Los Angeles to Louisiana in a rented sport utility vehicle on Interstate 10 through a remote section of West Texas. When they passed a Border Patrol agent with a drug-sniffing dog, the dog detected the scent of marijuana. The agent radioed ahead to the patrol's checkpoint in near Sierra Blanca, Texas, 83 miles (134 kilometers) southeast of El Paso.

There, the patrol stopped and inspected the vehicle, finding several large duffel bags containing vacuum-sealed black bags containing what tested positive as marijuana, the complaint stated. Also found were glass jars and packaging equipment, along with $3,100 in cash.

Agents said the unidentified passenger was an Uber driver who also drove and ran errands for Robinson and his family and friends. The passenger showed agents cellphone texts that showed Robinson had offered to pay the passenger to claim ownership of the marijuana, according to the complaint. The texts showed the passenger, who is a legally resident immigrant but not a U.S. citizen, refused and would not have made the trip if aware of the drugs in the vehicle. The person was not charged.

The former Auburn University standout was drafted second overall in 2014, by the St. Louis Rams. He signed with the Cleveland Browns in 2018. Robinson is set to be a free agent next month, and NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Wednesday the Browns informed the offensive lineman's reps a few weeks ago that they did not plan to re-sign him in free agency.

Robinson battled inconsistency while starting 14 games last season for the Browns, who had a disappointing 6-10 season. He was benched for one game and missed another with a concussion.

Bray, a former NFL wide receiver, spent three seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. He was last on a roster in Sept. 2018, when he was released by the Houston Texans.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001102446/article/greg-robinson-jailed-in-texas-on-marijuana-charge

 


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If you're the type who would have liked Barry more if I stayed on the force busting people, the into shows his back story that you may enjoy. 

Even if you dont partake of cannabis, at least the intro is interesting, if not more.  The guy is what America and liberty are about, and I dont mean just for this.  I think he ran for office too under a Constitutionalist platform.

 

 


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So some may be "but yeah, the weight".  All that becomes is a matter of BUSINESS, not anything about health.   The IRS does not want you to have a true free market opportunity outside of their matrix.  Same with prostitutes/escorts.  That want you working for them, so they can take their cut.  

Now if they can see the public a reason that you'll believe, or at least not be inspired enough to fight the required amount to overcome, they will do so.  If they cant profit parasitically, you can't profit period.....

.....even though the federal income tax was never ratified, and no federal law that says you have to pay it is on the books.  How many of you knew that?  Raise your hands.

(the following is in the film)Every year a group takes out a full page ad(I believe in the Chicago Sun Times, offering a $50,000 prize if you can show them the law.  They are trying to help wake you up, and the reward shuts down people like Fraud who would try to label me.  Go ahead Fraud, call me a "loon", and expose what you are.

This entertaining documentary teaches you all about it, and is fairly legendary from around the time Ron Paul(who is interviewed briefly) ran for the Presidency as a Constitutionalist, trying to restore the Republic.

Made by Aaron Russo(RIP shortly after) who produced films like Eddie Murphy's "Trading Places":  

 


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14 hours ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

Legalize it.

Bernie 2020. 

The USA needs to change it drugs laws, the war on drugs is over the cartels have won. All drugs should be legal.

What's the point of artificially increasing the price of drugs so the Cartels kill each other because the profits are so high?

This is medical and mental health issue that requires getting people help and getting them in treatment instead of making the prison industrial complex rich. drug cartels, gangs, Jails, Lawyers, Judges, Police officers, parole and probation officers,  drug testing companies all make money off the war on drugs.

 


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