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Old 06-01-2016, 08:50 PM
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To me the lawsuit is a complete waste of time. Even the prosecutor claims that the marijuana is not to blame for him murdering his wife.

Im wondering if they family is just looking for some money at the cost of trying to blame marijuana for the man's behavior

He got high and killed his wife. A lawsuit claims edible marijuana is to blame - LA Times
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Old 06-03-2016, 09:58 AM
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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It's always blame the substance and not the person. People cannot be accountable for their own actions, there had to be something that 'caused ' them to do ...whatever.
_______ caused me to _______ , it wasn't my fault, so lets sue....

Nothing can make you do anything - you make the decision - you did the deed - you pay the price

Until we start putting the blame for bad behavior on the PERSON that did the bad deed, we will continue to see these things happen.
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