He’s be right. This is a global phenomenom whereby police dept media people get very excited about busting somebody for a small bag of weed or wrap of cocaine whilst all sorts of white collar chicanery goes on without so much as the batting of an eyelid
This is a great example
One photo was of a smashed in front door and another of a bag of cannabis and cash recovered. Tommy said: ‘The obnoxious trend of local police forces boasting about aggressive house raids for TINY amounts of cannabis, just for the likes, really pisses me off.
‘This ‘successful’ seizure looks like less than half an ounce of cannabis and a whopping £40(?!?) in cash.
‘If you can afford it, you can go to a private doctor on Harley Street and pay for an ounce of your very own ‘legal’ cannabis.
‘It has all the same cannabinoids, it has THC, it IS psychoactive and you could grow the exact same strain at home.
‘Yet the people who have access to that expensive, exclusive ‘legal’ cannabis don’t risk their front door being kicked in.
‘They don’t risk losing custody of their kids. They don’t risk going to prison. The system rewards their privilege with safety.
Tommy, pictured here with his father Jeremy and his girlfriend Chloe Kerslake-Smith, was slammed for his comments by other social media users
‘Whoever this was done to, if you need any help finding legal support groups I’m on firstname.lastname@example.org and would be happy to put you in touch.’
Tommy runs a CBD shop in Finsbury Park, North London, with his girlfriend Chloe Kerslake-Smith.
The store sells licensed cannibis products, such as CBD oil – a popular homeopathic medicine derived from the cannabis sativa plant but doesn’t get you high.
The shop, which also has a cafe inside, advocates for the legalisation of hemp and cannabis across the UK.