Despite the historic verdict on December 01, 2009, the gross mistreatment of a US Navy war veteran and the loud message from the jury in the People v. Jackson, the media still supports Bonnie Dumanis, as of 12/03/09. . .
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- KUSI 9/51 – Nothing posted on website
- The morning news segment interview with Bonnie Dumanis prompted Jackson’s lawyers to issue a DEMAND FOR RETRACTION due to a “false and misleading statement” by Bonnie Dumanis. (again)
- CBS 8/KFMB – from the Associated Press
- The Title: “Jury: Medical marijuana seller didn’t profit” The jury specifically said after the verdict that “profit” had nothing to do with the verdict and that the law regarding profit is too vague for a jury to convict someone if the jury follows the rule of law that a defendant must be convicted only “beyond a reasonable doubt“.
- Misinformation and Non-Investigative Reporting: “Jackson’s case was the first to go to trial following a series of raids that shut down 14 medical marijuana stores in San Diego. The raids resulted in 31 arrests.” This case was from an August 2008 arrest and had nothing to do with the 09/09/09 terror attacks. Additionally, 14 locations were NOT shutdown. Only 4 locations were ultimately “shutdown“, 10 have reopened, several locations reopened hours after being raided by Dumanis with SWAT style intimidation. The locations reopened because they know they are operating legally. No charges have been filed against officers or employees of the non-profit corporation locations that were raided by local law enforcement. (The two federally raided locations have obvious major issues and can not reopen.)
- SDNN.com – by City News Service
- No original article from SDNN, just a borrowed post from City News Service… Where’s Eugene?
- Misinformation: “The jury deliberated about a day before reaching its verdict.” The jury reached its landmark verdict in less than 4 hours.
- San Diego CityBeat.com