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Order the DEA to Cease and Desist!

In bonnie dumanis, District Attorney, Federal Agents, Prohibition Clan, San Diego PD, SD Sheriffs on April 30, 2011 at 10:41 am
San Diego Patients, Activists and Friends—
Join us at San Diego Federal Courthouse on Monday May 2, 2011 at 9am, when fellow community members and local activists will be delivering ASA’s Cease and Desist to the US Attorney’s Office, local DEA offices, and San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis’ office.
WHEN: Monday 9am May 2, 2011
WHERE: Federal Courthouse – 940 Front St. San Diego CA 92101 Read the rest of this entry »

Americans for Safe Access Threatens Suit Over San Diego Ordinance

In bonnie dumanis on April 28, 2011 at 9:02 am

“if you do not ease these unconstitutional restrictions[…]we will explore our options for doing so in court.” – ASA Chief Counsel Joe Elford

A well worded ending to a long awaited letter from Americans For Safe Access”, said Marcus Boyd, Vice Chair of the local San Diego Chapter of Americans for Safe Access and is the individual heading an effort to stop the ban of patient collectives in Imperial Beach, CA., a suburb of San Diego.

ASA's Patients Rights Project

Today, Americans For Safe Access (ASA), the largest grassroots organization in the country devoted to protecting the rights of medical marijuana patients and their physicians, announced Read the rest of this entry »

Not Dumanis campaign causes Dumanis to, ‘consolidate’?

In bonnie dumanis on April 2, 2011 at 12:10 pm

Originally, the Bonnie D.A. Mantis blog was in complete shock and denial.  We did not believe Bonnie Dumanis would actually run for Mayor of San Diego, largely for the same reasons expressed on this blog post by Colin Parent.
So we decided to wait for other confirmation.  Today, we got it.

This morning, the local chapter of Americans for Safe Access confirmed that San Diego’s Most Powerful Politician is actually brave enough to be placed under San Diego’s political microscope.  The article is reposted below…

This campaign should be a lot of fun for virtually everyone except, Bonnie.  It’s going to be a rough ride for the ‘fierce fighter‘ as we too will be working as “Hard as Ever” on the Dumanis for Mayor campaign!

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San Diego ASA Successfully Hosts Activist Boot Camp

In District Attorney on February 21, 2011 at 4:56 pm

by Eugene Davidovich

This weekend, the San Diego Chapter of Americans for Safe Access helped in hosted the National Activist Boot Camp. The San Diego training was held at the KNB Wine Cellars on Saturday and Sunday and was hosted by Vey Linville and Eugene Davidovich while at the same time, similar trainings were being held at over a dozen other cities throughout the nation. Read the rest of this entry »

Jesus, George Washington and San Diego’s Medicine Struggle

In bonnie dumanis, District Attorney on November 17, 2010 at 5:37 pm
It is indeed ironic that Bonnie Dumanis, San Diego’s District Attorney and a member of the Log Cabin Republican Club, in her vicious pursuit of medical marijuana users, is at odds with Abraham Lincoln who refused to approve a proposed prohibition on cannabis use. Every American president until the 1930’s used medical marijuana and according to Morey Amsterdam and Eddie Gordon, close friends of John F. Kennedy, who used cannabis for his back pain, he was going to legalize it during his second term.
Jesus, George Washington and San Diego’s Medicine Struggle
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San Diego County Narcotics Task Force Detectives Open and Operate Medical Marijuana Dispensary in San Diego

In bonnie dumanis on October 18, 2010 at 10:26 am

REPOST:By: Eugene Davidovich

The undercover officers dubbed themselves as ‘New Management’ before detaining and interrogating unsuspecting patients walking into the dispensary that day.

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No State ID? No problem, marijuana is finally decrimininalized in California!

In District Attorney on October 3, 2010 at 7:55 am

61,164 simple possession arrests in 2009

On January 1st, 2011 San Diego County medical marijuana patients without a county issued Medical Marijuana ID Card can medicate easier knowing their simple possession of not more than 28.5 grams of marijuana or hash will no longer land them Read the rest of this entry »

Safe Access Railroaded by DA Dumanis in San Diego

In District Attorney on September 29, 2010 at 7:55 pm

REPOSTED: by Eugene Davidovich, San Diego Chapter of Americans for Safe Access

SAN DIEGO – On Tuesday, September 28, 2010 in the second medical marijuana trial of Jovan Jackson, San Diego District Attorney (DA) Bonnie Dumanis, through her Deputy DA Chris Lindberg, was successful in manipulating the law as it is written to the point where all jurors in the Jackson case had no choice but to return a guilty verdict. Read the rest of this entry »

Did Jackson break the law?

In District Attorney on September 23, 2010 at 9:27 pm

By: Eugene Davidovich REPOSTED . . .
San Diego Americans for Safe Access
SAN DIEGO – Wednesday of this week marked the third day of arguments in the second medical marijuana trial of Jovan Jackson a founding members of the Answerdam collective, patient, and US Navy Veteran.

The second trial, just as the first is being held in state court. Both have drawn lots of local Read the rest of this entry »

How Bonnie Dumanis Became San Diego’s Most Powerful Politician

In District Attorney, ReElect Dumanis on January 4, 2010 at 9:42 am

RE-POSTED Part one of a five-part series from FROM:

Originally Posted: Sunday, January 3, 2010 2:45 pm | Updated: 5:58 pm, Sun Jan 3, 2010. By KELLY THORNTON

About This Story: The Rise of Dumanis
Part I |
Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V
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Sheriff Bill Kolender walked into Thornton Hospital in La JollaSwearing 'in' of Bonnie Dumanis two years ago to visit District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis’ dying father. In one of the sheriff’s signature moves, he removed his silver-star lapel pin, leaned over Abe Dumanis and attached it to the beaming 82-year-old’s hospital gown.

“Don’t worry,” the sheriff told him. “I’m going to take care of your daughter.” Read the rest of this entry »

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