It is now time for society to heal itself and demand higher standards. If not, crime will continue to grow apace – and society can only look to itself to find the culprit.
Ed Moxey talks with Rupert Missick at the Tribune about the drug years in The Bahamas, a dark time for which we are still paying the price.
From Handle’s Haus, an interesting theory of the war on drugs: But there is a much deeper and more sinister aspect to the drug issue that is both very complex and very dangerous to discuss openly.
The U.S. Department of State released the 2014 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report. Download here…
From the Americas to Europe to North Africa and beyond, the marijuana legalization movement is gaining unprecedented traction.
While 18-year-old kids languish in jail, receiving the mandatory 4-year jail sentence for having one joint of marijuana, a major drug dealer – caught with over 40 pounds of cocaine – gets a three-year sentence… why?
Highlighting injustice in the Bahamian legal system and the incompetence of our judges, the Appeal Court reduced the sentence of a man convicted of having a huge quantity of drugs, yet young men with one joint receive the mandatory four years in jail.
The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) a seized 125 pounds (56.7 kilos) of cocaine and 5 pounds (2.2 kilos) of heroin during two separate incidents in the Caribbean.
Comic actor Craig Robinson was detained Wednesday for drug possession as he tried to leave the Bahamas and was ordered to pay a fine, instead of receiving the mandatory 4-year jail sentence that any Bahamian would get.