Hemp Aid 99 Rainbow Farm!

Hemp Aid 99 Rainbow Farm!
Posted by FoM on May 20, 1999 at 08:52:13 PT
Source: Rainbow Farm
HEMP AID is a weekend of fun, music, pro-hemp information and camping on over twenty acres in the beautiful southern Michigan countryside.
Rainbow Farm is private property and the local police respect our privacy. We ask all festival attendees torespect our relationship with the local authorities by being responsible and safe drivers on your way to and from Hemp Aid, and by not spoiling our fun weekend with the use of hard drugs. SPEAKERS INCLUDE:Tommy Chong (of Cheech &Chong)Steve Hager (editor of HIGH TIMES)Elvy Musikka (legal medical Marijuana recipient)Robert Fitrakis (editor of The Columbus Free Press)Marvin Marvin (of the P.A.R.T.Y. party)Billy Bongster (musician and hemp advocate)Derrik DeCraene (Head Gear Magazine & Emcee extraordinaire)Click the above link get more information on the event!
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Comment #7 posted by FoM on September 13, 2001 at 09:07:57 PT
I am so sorry about this tragedy. I tried to put together a memorial page. It was the only way I felt I could keep their spirits alive.Tom Crosslin & Rolland Rohm Memorial
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Comment #6 posted by Mark on September 13, 2001 at 09:00:30 PT:
Murdering of americans
Tom and rollie were murdered by "OUR" government, plain and simple. Who is next? Anyone, that's who. I knew these men. They were good men. I live close and would often go to the Farm just to have coffee and to relax in a peacefull setting with friends and family. This has to stop. This is "OUR" system. Only we can make the changes that are needed. Tom and Rollie... Rest in Peace.
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Comment #5 posted by Andy on September 07, 2001 at 13:19:50 PT
How long
How long are WE going to let this kind of shit go on. I am sure all believe that the MAJORITY of Americans agree that pot should be legalized in some form whether for medicinal, agricultural, textile, chemical or just plan old getting high. When will WE force this issue? Prison, persecution, asset forfeiture and DEATH. What will it take for US to end this bullshit. NORML doesn't work. The people in power will not listen to suggestions. At least from you and I because where is the profit (for them) in that. Get involved, get organized, be heard, vote and be ready to stand and be counted when the shit does hit the fan because it surely will. These are not the first to die in just causes and I guaranty they will not be the last. 
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Comment #4 posted by anonymous on September 07, 2001 at 00:43:46 PT
The FBI and the media will quickly cover this up and portray all pot smokers as hopeless burnouts. You saw how quickly they had a buzz phrase in the Florida election thefts. They have very good and well paid PR people. I don't know what the answer is. People campaigning for the use of a drug are putting a media weakness right up front. Maybe we need to concentrate on the human suffering of the drug war more. Get into the media how many good parents have lost their kids. Ask people if they think their children should be taken away because they drink beer or smke cigarettes, I dunno. This guys kid sure lost a father.
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Comment #3 posted by Kathy on September 06, 2001 at 15:48:34 PT
FBI crimes
The FBI must be held responsible for their crimes against humanity. Pine Ridge, Ruby Ridge, Waco, now Rainbow matter how any one feels about the use of hemp/marijuana, nothing can justify the FBI murders of the 2 men at Rainbow Farms.....the FBI has had a long secret history of human rights violations. I was one of their victims during the Vietnam war, and I was almost killed by them when they put a needle in my arm and forcibly shot me up with drugs, took my child from me, incarcerated me without a trial, built a case against me etc....I know that they are a batch of misguided renegades, that murder and destroy lives, they plot and plan underhanded frame ups, and work in the dark until they surface to try to whitewash their crimes. I saw the news this morning. The FBI disgusts me that they think they did a good thing at Rainbow Farms. I am asking that the people at Rainbow Farms that are left to tell the story get a press release out asap. I emailed international activists about the news. I hope what happened comes to light. I was never lucky enough to come to Rainbow Farms or know the people there, but I am in solidarity with you. I apppreciate the environmental things on the rainbow website, such as organics and recycling. I am praying that God will give you strength and help you through this great tragedy, and I also think you should secure a very good attorney, contact human rights and peace groups, and prepare a good defense as well as to bring the murderers in the FBI to account, to trial, and condemn them all for their crimes against humanity. 
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Comment #2 posted by steve on September 06, 2001 at 08:22:25 PT
They were not only killed but were murdered by a government that no longer practices freedom for the rights of it's people. If their veiws are not the only way then they will murder for it. The inhumane pigs controling our government have lost all sense of right and wrong. They have no respect for the people that vote for them and give them the opportunity to hold a job in the government. Government jobs are paid for by all american people, put in place for the assistance, help , and mostly protection of their rights and freedoms. We no longer have the right to chose our lifestyles, no right to privacy, our freedoms are being taken away from us more and more every day. This tragic event needs to reach every corner of the United States Of America. All American people need to know the truth about what the communist, treasonous, government officials are doing to the people of America. We want our rights protected by the government---not taken away! NO MORE INVASION OF PRIVACY, NO MORE MURDERING OF INOCENT PEOPLE! PROTECT THE PEOPLE-NOT IMPRISONMENT. We will not stand for these crimes against the people. If the government people want war they will lose! This is America! We will not stand for it! Our hearts go out to their families also! Those murders should never have taken place in this country.
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Comment #1 posted by Anonymous on September 04, 2001 at 13:59:12 PT
It just makes me sick to read what Tom wrote in the above message! He only thought the police respected his privacy! They just killed him and his room mate!! What a horrible tragedy! And all they wanted was to be left alone! I don't feel they did anything to deserve to be killed for! My heart goes out to their families! 
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