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Williams Faces 90 Years For Medical Marijuana

Posted on  November 02, 2012 by  News Admin

  Courageous Caregiver Refuses Constitutional 'Compromise' By Kari Boiter "I have decided to fight the federal government because for me, not defending the things that I know are right is dishonorable," writes Chris Williams from his cell at Crossroads Correctional Center, a for-profit prison in Shelby, Montana. "Every citizen has a responsibility to fight for what is right, even if it seems like the struggle will be lost."   Williams' words are particularly poignant. As he writes from prison, he faces the near-certainty that he will spend the rest of his life locked away in an industrial-size cage. His crime? Providing medical marijuana to terminally ill and disabled patients authorized to use cannabis under Montana law.  Williams co-owned Montana Cannabis, along with Tom Daubert, Chris Lindsey and Richard Flor. Daubert was a lobbyist who helped write Montana's medical marijuana law; Lindsey was a former public defender; Flor was the first registered caregiver in Montana; and Williams was the consummate farmer. Together, these men established a "gold standard" for strict compliance with Montana law.  Montana Cannabis operated openly and honestly with direct oversight from the State Drug Task Force and other law enforcement agencies. In fact, the Narcotics Bureau Chief for the State of Montana is captured on film as Williams gives him a tour of the Helena greenhouse. Despite clear and unambiguous compliance with State law, Williams's company was taken down in highly-coordinated federal raids that targeted 26 businesses across Montana -- all in the course of a single day....