Marijuana Smoke Outs still continue every Thursday at HIGH NOON (12 pm)
in front of the main gates at PSU, on the Corner of College Ave. and Allen
Please vote for Dr. Heicklen's Page in High Times Hemp 100 list.
MARIJUANA RE-LEGALIZATION DAY -- SEPTEMBER 9, 1999
DR. HEICKLEN GETS BAIL MONEY RETURNED
Heicklen's Response to Darryl E. Owens article in Knight Ridder Publication
BOROUGH ORDINANCE FOUND UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Click above to view the Centre County Libertarian Homepage
30 Hour Marijuana Smoke Out -- July 8, 9, 10, 11 1999
In State College,
PA, we have just completed a 4-day marijuana prohibition protest demonstration
at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts. Our protest went
without incident. The police were polite and
did not interfere in anyway, even though we used a bullhorn in defiance of the municipal anti-bullhorn law and Penn State University policy.
Our protest was a huge success. We reached over 100,000 people.
Carla Moquin and Julian Heicklen are candidates for Centre County Commissioner
on the Libertarian Party ticket in the forthcoming November
election. Over 500 people at the Arts Festival signed an advertisement endorsing our candidacy. This advertisement will appear in the local press
DR. HEICKLEN AND THE WALMART INCIDENTS
Dr. Heicklen's Speech from the May 1, 1999
Million Marijuana March
Heicklen's and Diane Fornbacher's arrests --- February 11, 1999
Speech 9/26/98 -- Heicklen at Cannabis Festiva at PSU
Speech October 30, 1998 Walk and Roll for Medical Marijuana in
30 Hour Marijuana Smoke Out July 9, 10, 11, 12 1998
Bellefonte Smoke Out
October 7, 1998--Dr. Heicklen was found guilty by a Centre Co. jury
on 4 counts of possession of a small amount of marijuana
On Monday, October 12, 1998, District Attorney Ray Gricar dismissed
the cases against Julian Heicklen for the arrests in Bellefonte of June 22
and in State College on July 9.
According to the Centre Daily Times, State College's local paper, District
Attorney Ray Gricar said, "He's had his trial. The community has spoken
through the jury. I don't think there's any point in prosecuting him any
longer. I don't want to use any more of the Commonwealth's resources to
prosecute" Heicklen. Gricar said he would prosecute any future drug charges
brought against Heicklen.
Comment from Carla: I guess if you smoke marijuana in the middle of the
sidewalk for a political demonstration, then it's okay and not worth
prosecuting. But if you smoke it in the privacy of your own home, the
police can break down your door and drag you away. Gricar doesn't realize
the message he sent by dropping the charges.
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