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Marc Emery's Prison Potcast

Marc is a marijuana activist and Canadian citizen turned political prisoner after extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups.

Recent Episodes of Marc Emery's Prison Potcast

Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #9

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In this episode, Marc talks about the 6000-page ‘Marc Emery Papers’ made up of classified documents and communications between US and Canadian authorities. All top-secret; all about Marc!

“That’s a decade of spying, surveillance, eavesdropping, conspiring and collusion by two governments to take out one Canadian,” he says. “That’s 6000 pages, representing hundreds and hundreds of officials, police, spies, informers, DEA, RCMP, elected officials, and cabinet departments using millions and millions of taxpayer dollars to put me in their gulag.”

Marc also gives a brief history of his philanthropic work in the marijuana community and talks discusses the Pentagon Papers and the Vietnam war.

Marc is a marijuana activist who was imprisoned in North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, BC awaiting extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups. On November 18, Marc was temporarily released on bail while he waits for the Justice Minister to sign his extradition papers. This podcast was recorded a few days before his release.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #8

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Marc reads a letter written for an author friend about books, politics, and more in this episode of the Prison Potcast.

Marc has been writing to friends and fans, answering the many letter he receives in prison. In this letter to the author of a book called Payback (that the author sent to Marc in jail), Marc talks about some of his literary influences and discusses some personal history.

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Marc is a marijuana activist imprisoned in North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, BC awaiting extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #7

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CANNABIS CULTURE - Marc discusses the history of his continuing conflict with Canadian and US authorities in Episode #7 of the Prison Potcast.

Marc outlines the unrelenting crusade of Vancouver police and American Drug Czar John Walters to see him put behind bars for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund anti-prohibition activists and marijuana legalization groups.

As discussed in the podcast, in a debate caught on video, retired Vancouver Police officer Doug Lang disclosed that the VPD, frustrated by Canadian federal government’s refused to charge Emery, passed the pot activist’s file to American authorities, instigating his arrest and imprisonment.

The conflict continues today, with the repeat postponement of Marc’s bail hearing due to ill Crown prosecutors, cancellations and every other excuse in the book. Marc is currently imprisoned at North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, BC awaiting extradition to the United States.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #6: Lest We Forget

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Marc Emery discusses war and sacrifice in this gripping Remembrance Day Episode of the Prison Potcast.

Marc relays several personal stories told to him by his father, friends and others, and discusses Canada’s war history and origin of the poppy worn by Canadians in commemoration of members of the Armed Forces and those who gave their lives in times of war.

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Marc is a marijuana activist imprisoned in North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, BC awaiting extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #5

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Marc discusses the possibility of being released on bail before he is extradited to the United States in Episode #5 of the Prison Potcast.

Marc also talks about the continuing drive by activists, supporters - and even a few politicians - to stop his extradition, and gives listeners an update about life on the inside.

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Marc is imprisoned in North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, BC awaiting extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #4

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In episode #4 of the Prison Potcast, Marc Emery reads his new essay “Stephen Harper and The End of Days (of Canada as we know it): Revelations about the Conservative Party’s direction for Canada”.

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“End of Days” is an comprehensive analysis of the Conservative Party of Canada’s new “tough-on-crime” laws, and Stephen Harper’s demented vision of Canada’s future as a Neo-Conservo-Christian paradise, where corporations profit as non-violent Canadians are locked up for smoking marijuana.

Marc discusses the hypocrisy of Conservative Party members who want to increase arrests and convert the country into a Super-Prison-State - and then get busted for drinking and driving, cocaine or other sordid offenses. Marc paints a disturbing picture of Harper’s plans for Canada as he stacks the Senate, Courts, and other governmental agencies with friends and fellow evangelicals.

Marc Emery is a marijuana activist imprisoned at North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, B.C. awaiting extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #3

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Marc discusses the book The Myth of the Addicted Army by Jeremy Kuzmarov in Episode #3 of the Prison Potcast.

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Marc is imprisoned in North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, BC awaiting extradition to the United States for selling marijuana seeds and using the profits to fund pot activist groups. Marc has been receiving mail from fans, and was sent Kuzmarov’s new book.

The Myth details how many of the brutal tactics used in America’s war on Vietnam are now being used against victims of the War on Drugs.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #2

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The Prince of Pot talks about life behind bars from his prison cell in Episode #2 of Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast.

In this episode, Marc brings listeners up to speed on conditions at North Fraser Pretrial, discusses the people he’s meeting on the inside, and talks prison politics.

Emery, who is current locked up at the North Fraser Pretrial Centre, is awaiting extradition to the United States where he could serve a 5-year prison sentence after being targeted by the government for selling marijuana seeds over the Internet and using the money to fund activist organizations.

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Marc Emery’s Prison Potcast #1

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Marijuana activist Marc Emery, in jail for what will likely be a 5-year sentence, speaks with Cannabis Culture editor Jeremiah Vandermeer about his first week in prison in this first in a series of Prison Potcasts.