Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Mexico court rules cocaine use is ok: " in adults does not pose a significant health risk"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Reforma


A judge from Mexico City granted two amparos that order the Federal Commission for the Protection against Health Risks (Cofepris) to authorize the possession, transport, use and use of cocaine, excluding the all trade act

The amparos were granted to members of the Mexico United Against Crime organization. "Cocaine use in adults does not pose a significant health risk, except in the case that it is used chronically and excessively," said Víctor Luna Escobedo, Tenth District Judge in Administrative Matters.

“This moderate consumption is up to half a gram daily, it must be in private spaces, without the presence of minors, without being able to take to work, drive vehicles, incite third parties or handle dangerous instruments or machines.

"Cocaine intake or consumption may have different purposes, including stress relief, intensification of perceptions or the desire for new personal and spiritual experiences"

Judgment of amparo 1205/2018 from  Judge Víctor Luna

Luna was based on the "positive" parts of a report rendered in December by the National Commission against Addictions that, when referring to the effects of low-dose cocaine use, listed:

"Improvement of mood, increased energy and reduced fatigue, increased muscle performance, decreased appetite, desire to speak, increased sexual desire, transient increase in self-esteem, anger and verbal aggression, increased blood pressure, increased heart rate. "

It is the first such ruling related to a drug other than marijuana, but the judge used exactly the same arguments that the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) has wielded since 2015 to grant amparos that allow the recreational consumption of the cannabis

Conadic also detailed the effects of excessive dose consumption and chronic cocaine use, but the judge put them aside, as he argued that not every consumer is a drug dependent.

"The moderate consumption of cocaine may not generate addiction," he added when declaring the absolute prohibition for this drug, provided for in the General Health Law, unconstitutional, as it is considered a disproportionate and unnecessary measure to protect health and public order.

Luna's sentence will not take effect while it is reviewed by a collegiate circuit court, which could request the intervention of the First Court Chamber to clarify whether its criteria on marijuana - which it put in the same plane as alcohol or tobacco- are applicable to other

In 2017, marijuana was legalized for medical and scientific purposes, and in November 2018 the Supreme Court ruled that a blanket ban on recreational use was unconstitutional, Reuters reports.

That same month, López Obrador's government submitted a bill that would allow recreational use and create a medical marijuana industry, according to Reuters.

For now, Cofepris grants permits to use marijuana on an individual basis.

94 comments:

  1. Yeah, that will help the situation. (sic)

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  2. How about Heroin? I've dealt with a large number of Heroin users and could not discern any significant health problems among the addicts.

    What you see in the before and after pictures depicting the transition of a healthy individuals to one who is nothing but shriveled skin and bones is not the result of the heroin, but rather the result of not eating or meeting basic health needs because the addict spends whatever money he has (or steals) to get his daily fixes.

    It goes without saying that a person under the influence of heroin should never get behind the wheel of a car. But you can say the same thing about a person under the influence of pot, cocaine, meth or any number of other drugs, including some prescriptions.

    It is my opinion that the long-term use of pot is far more deleterious to one’s health than the use of heroin, and the results of some studies back that up.

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    1. I say yes there is such a thing as functioning addicts
      however chronic use does cause health issues such as organs especially kidneys and liver

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    2. Bodily harm like addiction does not happen overnight, the queens of denial could also say because a person is healthy before taking their first dose it has no consequences.
      Even the Chinese knew this in the 1700s when they tried to kick out the Opium dealers, some of them were British, they fought the injustice like rabid bitches and reimposed the business of drug dealing to the Chinese, then the Americans, the British, the Germans the Dutch and others had their own drug dens in their own quarters until Great Leader MAO TSE TUNG kicked it out of China, but the People's Republic kept growing some for the foreign devils and their paper tigers for a while. It was about their only stock in trade until American visionaries decided to kiss and make out and steal amd export US industries and jobs to China continental, which made China the giant of industry and finance it is now, able to buy and compromise even American Presidentes and their cabinet mambers, and senators and congressmen all over the US...
      Fack drugs and their sponsors at any rate.

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    3. Big Pharma settling with Oklahoma State's Attorney lawsuits about opioids, but Johnson and Johnson is going to see the judge, just to make sure their deals have some standing or if they need just some more juice to keep the wheels of justice churning and well lubricated.

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  3. What is the world coming too

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    1. The world is coming to believe in something,
      after religion has lost so much luster and great men do not exist anymore but in the movies, the high and the mighty are resorting to feeding drugs to their usual prey, pendejos that will follow like rats follow the pied piper to a sewer death.

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  4. Well, I do not totally disagree with this, however, where is the legal language saying it is just fine to Buy the Coke and what about the Selling of the coke ?
    Another mess to sort out.

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    1. Selling is still illegal, and some dealers will still get it up the ass por andar ahi de calientes.

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  5. Wow... except when used chronically and excessively.... and if it is? Just wow .... we truly are fundamentally different. It’s no coincidence

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  6. True or not this is irresponsible. The Mexican government has legitimized the product. This is really incredible.

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    1. 12:30 persecuting small time users or run down raggedy addicts fills prisons for very long periods of time, adding to the human loses and with no chance of anything getting better, like people pissing on the sidewalk, will never get out of prison where space is needed for all the corrupt government officers getting arrested of extradited back to Mexico. Like lovers Rosario Robles Berlanga who was sooo grateful to "El Cabron de las Pampas" for taking care of her pompas that she gave him hundreds of millions of peisos when she got up there in government, now she is selling lottery tickets for her $70 000.00 peisos used shoes and her horse is about to get sold in auction and all her houses will follow, like her great screen TV. Carlosnahumada, partner of every politician in Mexico since Salinas de gortari has been arrested and released in indebted Argentina where Macri has lost his corrupt government.

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  7. ¿Estoy entendiendo esto correctamente? A menos que se use en exceso? Muchas veces en mi vida he tenido que lidiar con kristaleros y cocainistas. El uso crónico conduce a la dependencia y al estado mental peligroso. ¿Qué sucede cuando alguien se vuelve adicto y luego los carteleros deciden quién vive y quién muere vendiéndolo? Cofepris prohíbe la entrada de más de una cantidad de broma de vitaminas y suplementos en la republica y luego hacen esto? AMLO debe tener inteligencia y eliminar el liderazgo superior de COFEPRIS de inmediato.

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    1. 12:36 AMLO will try to find affordable mecicines, generic many of them, but the business of buying distilled water for Mexican kids instead of true treatments is over, thank javier "La Marrana" Duarte from Veracruz among many other Dumbasses who have already spent the budget for the next hundred years in fake medicines anyway, the medicina cabinets in city halls all over the Mexicos are full of expired medicines but whathehell, facket, Commissions had to be made.

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  8. Well most mexican cocaine addicts were introduced in the us. Good investment now that they have been deported.

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    1. That’s one of the dumbest comments I’ve read on here all week

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  9. I use a little when partying and im a functioning member of society :)

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    1. 1:38 "using a little at parties" is how it starts usually, then when you can no longer afford the increasingly needed amounts and resort to crime or end up ensabanado or quartered with your head in a cooler for not being able to function enough to pay your modderfacking debts, the you find everything was really much more expensive than it seemed, you dumb ass you...

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    2. 2:45 - For one, recreational drug use is a thing and not everyone gets addicted. Secondly, there is such thing as a functioning addict. I broke my neck, got hooked on opiates, my script was cut off and I moved to Heroin. In the 6 years I was an addict i kept a good job and didn’t ever beg, borrow, or steal to support my addiction. If for some reason I couldn’t afford to get well I’d just go sick before stepping on people and/or my moral compass as this is my problem and nobody else’s. Not every addict does shady things to support their habit. Just like not every gun owner is out there committing drive by shootings.

      Phelpso

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    3. I concur...there are more funtioning addicts than non. With all the dope consumed in this country, if all users became non functioning, no one would work. Union construction sites are veritable street drug pharmacies. You can get all the shit you get on the street, plus all the prescription crap they all get for back, leg, and other injuries. Dope is everywhere, in all classes, and demographics.

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    4. ElGrandeRojo - yeah it really is everywhere, every class, demographic, etc. There were a lot of people I met over the years that the average person would have never thought was an addict, good family life, successful careers, just overall stand up people... but they were addicts and you’d never know based on the kind of person they were and the life they lived. It’s kinda like with cannabis, how up until the last 10 years people thought all pot smokers were lazy couch potatoes. When in reality some of the most successful hardworking people in the world are cannabis users. I mean hell, that’s why I use the name “Phelpso”, in honor of Michael Phelps, aka mr big lungs haha.

      But overall I do feel super fortunate to be away from all that shit. Even though I lived what seemed to be productive life on the outside. I’d stopped growing as a human and watched idly by as my soul slowly diminished on the inside.

      Now days, I’m perfectly happy with cannabis, booze, and the occasional psychedelic trip.

      Thanks for all your input in here too, ElGrandeRojo. I always value your opinion 💯

      Phelpso

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    5. Too many injuries, addicts are expert fakers,
      i mean fakers, check with your doctors again.

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    6. 11:52 - Good luck getting anything faking an injury these days. Doctors won’t even give you stuff if you’ve got a legit verifiable injury so I don’t know wtf you’re talking about

      Phelpso

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    7. That's true. You will get a rx for acute pain for something like post surgery or broken bone. and usually no more than 30 days. chronic pain sufferers eg cancer, medical condition etc will be referred to a pain doc. He/She will access your records, mri, tests etc and make a decision to take you on as a patient or not.

      He will set the course for pain relief, which will be a combination of treatments such as PT, steroid injections, non narcotic meds and pain meds. The doc is meticulous in his reporting to DEA. and required to do so.

      the doc is require to conduct urine tests to have a watchful eye if the patient is using other drugs. and a check each month with pharmacies to see if patient is doc shopping.

      I support this medicine protocol of pain docs for chronic pain suffers.

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    8. Chivis,

      Yeah I understand it on both fronts. I’ve experienced chronic pain in my neck since I broke it and around 2014-2015 it became near impossible to get what I needed so I turned to the streets.

      Now fast forward and I’ve been clean since March of 2017. Unfortunately, three and a half weeks ago I shattered my ankle and they had to put 10 screws and a plate in. They gave me enough pain meds for a few days(to sleep) then it was just iburophen and Tylenol. If this happened in 2010 I’d still be on pain killers. But I do feel fortunate, I gave my pills to my mom to give to me so I didn’t abuse them, and it didn’t make me want to relapse at all. Even in as much pain as I’m in I’m as committed as ever to staying clean 💪

      Phelpso

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  10. The CrackFiendz will be celebrating this one!!! Wahayyy!!

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    1. this is crazy I seen this in the news

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  11. I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed. But I don’t think cocaine is safe for anyone to use. Maybe the world is coming to a fucking end. That’s the craziest shit I’ve ever heard.

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    1. Wasn’t it used medicinally back in the day?

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    2. It's not that crazy, you've just been groomed to focus on all of the drugs negative aspects. It's kind of like Chemo therapy for cancer patients. In large doses it's deadly, in small doses it can be a life saver.

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    3. Cocaine is safer than marijuana and it's been used for many years where have you been

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    4. Because cocaine nor any other "ilegal drug from hell" was used prior to Puritans creating prohibition laws. You don't like it then by all means continue with your failed drug war but don't force the rest of the world to follow yoi. Actually we all pray you keep your Puritans freedumbs and way of life isolated as you did prior to WWII.

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    5. It's been coming to a end bud ....

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    6. It is crazy...Think maybe this is part of a decriminalization of drugs, to try and curb violence? Tax opportunities? Has to be something like that. I can't see an educated judge actually believing that shit.

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    7. I agree with the judge. I myself am an occasional cocaine user and I am by no means an addict. I’m thankful such drug exists, as there would be far much more deaths from drunk driving ... believe me ... you have been posting some really closed minded and ignorant comments lately Sol

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    8. Wake up, its used in the USA for legitimate medical issues, as a vasoconstricter, topical anesthetic, among others. Yes, it's abused to get locochon too.

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    9. This will be an interesting experiment for those of us supporting legalization. Will some users become victimized by use? Sure. but it must be scrutinized at the big picture level.

      I have never used any street drugs, including mota. But that decision is psychological I am sure, because of my bro. Hell I only drink a glass of champs at Christmas, in our martinez toast. no mas, so personally this won't effect me. but as a citizen who cares deeply about drugs, or crime etc i am interested in how this plays out

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    10. @ Sol & chivis
      Things considered is a failed drug war. Consumption by users will never stop. A testament of what's to come where money and resources are a burden.

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    11. Sol they need to work on the high homicide rate, that is making MEXICO stand out. Let the citizens have weapons at home for protection, act on that fast. Sol it would be funny if they start legalizing kidnappings.

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    12. El Grande, this judge appears to have a screw loose not because the ruling but because of his supporting comments. anther factor is regulation. making it legal poses no guess of what it was cut with. the overwhelming majority of so called opiate ODs were not RX they are street purchases, which were cut with fent in variable quantities.

      dare I say the R word----Russian Roulette

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    13. Thanks for the reply...that's what got me, was the comments. Lots of people can be functional, but the health risks long term are scary. I as a mota seller believe drugs should be decriminalized. Tax them, regulate them. It'll be hard. Even here in the legal NW, the black market for pot is huge. I get shady rednecks come to my shop all the time trying to sell me stuff on the sly. I never do. Why risk incarceration, for something I do well at legally. We just have to collectively figure out how to curb the violence. People have proven for years they are gonna use regardless of legality. Might as well tax it, and try and make sure it's done safe as possible.

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    14. El GR , always appreciate your in put here.
      Looking out for your interests too. Did you read this :


      https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/08/23/marijuana-legal-seattle-robberies-heist-227628

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  12. Only in Mexico. Where do they find these people. I used to love a bit of cocaine on occasion but never had it crossed my mind that it may have been healthy for me.

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  13. They aid cocaine not crack, theres a big difference esse.

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  14. oh thats it! U.S.A is taking over Mexico for this one.

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  15. Que nuevas,en vez de ir para adelante vamos para atras como los cangrejos,ya la gente no sabe que hacer con tanto adicto a la mariguana,hora tendremos mas adictos pero a una droga mas fuerte...y AMLO bien gracias a Dios disiendo pendejadas en sus mananeras...

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    1. 4:00 they are not pendejadas.
      saying no to arresting small time addicts or pushers.
      Refusing to persecute oppositors,
      Guaranteeing democracy
      Promoting honest oublic service
      Promoting better values and education,
      Promoting better morals,
      --saying NO to million dollar chorizo of EPN and Salinas,
      --Persecuting corruption and the corrupt...
      --These are some things AMLO has done in public, some said on the mananeras...
      --What pendejadas has AMLO said, and where can we find them?

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  16. Cocaine is a stress reliever it calms me down now

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    1. Sounds like the judge had some good stuff to base his ruling on. Unfortunately, a street dealer might sell you a mix of caffeine and rat poison.

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    2. 4:23 it "calms you down now",
      because you are one pinche adicto.
      Pray shit keeps working because it gets more expensive the more you need it and the effect keeps getting harder and harder to obtain, then you resort to fenfen and meth and shit, and to murder and kidnapping to get your daily share.
      People will not be prosecuted that much anymore only because the cost is prohibitive and has no redeeming qualities at all, proven by the FECAL war ON drugs of the last 12 years, it sure did make money for some American Private Welfare Queen Contractors, AMLO refused the money this year, about 3 billion dollars... 36 were spent under FECAL and EPN and it only produced more traffickers, kidnappers, corruption, and Falsos Positivos that left Mexico a clandestine mass grave, as warned before this shit started.

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    3. 3:05 - take that comment, put it in a pipe, and go smoke it. Seriously I think you were brainwashed by dare with that “eventually it won’t be enough and blah blah blah” bs. Just let people do what they’re going to do. I mean how is someone snorting cocaine going to hurt you?

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    4. 2:09 nobody's addiction makes me or causes me to lose money,
      but the never ending promotion by promotionistas for profit have caused enough murdering and imprisonment in the world, including my almost shooting some small time trafficker for his big mouth, lucky me he ran faster than his ass.
      Friends and family have also done time and got murdered, on the US and in Mexico, where too many people have been left behind to lick their wounds without their loved ones, I have suffered family loses from Zacatecas to Cd Juarez, Aguascalientes, Veracruz and Mexico City, since the sixties, for trafficking and addictions and greed, can't roll and smoke anymore shit.

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  17. Alcohol is far more harmful to the addicted person let alone the casual user of either substance. Pharmacology 101. Having said that, the cocaine available on the streets has generally been cut with toxic substances such as levamisole and bath salts. Amphetaines create far worse fiendish qualities in the user. Some quality control would be a good thing. It isn’t the coke most people get addicted to.IT IS THE CUT

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    1. I don't like alcohol as a comparative, any drug mfg'd unregulated, misused and abused is deadly.

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    2. But, Chivis, beer and alcohol make some women look real fine late at night, some of them are your wife, or you wake up with a new male partner that looks worse than your mother in law, by the time you pull the covers from their face it is too late and you are all hungover,

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  18. So where in Mexico could one get a hold of this amaizing product called cocaine? Legally ofcourse?

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  19. This will help the following ways:
    1) Fewer people in jail for possession of small amounts of cocaine
    2) Fewer people getting in trouble for partying on a Saturday at a nightclub

    That's it. Cocaine is still illegal to actually produce right? And to transport in larger quantities. Therefore cartels will still run that racket and the violence and profits will go into their pockets.

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    1. Mexico doesn't lock up users of drugs. LOL...It's Mexico, you pay the police a small bribe. They basically have no real police enforcement anywhere in that country. It's all for show. This will make cartels richer. I think it's time the USA really closes off that border and taxes money going back to Lat Am.

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    2. 1:40 In Mexico, police will plant one pound of cebollitas on you, mostly all plastic balls, and you will do something like 5 years if you get a good lawyerer, before you earn a trial, and you will have paid with your ass by then for your temerity.
      If you want to be a pinche drogadicto, be it on the US, they will public defend and give you treatment for free.
      Then you sue them all for Malpractice...
      Talk to your lawyerer...

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  20. Coke is a bad drug period.

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  21. This is actually one of the dumbest things Ive ever read. A half a gram of high quality cocaine for a first time user doesn't illicit that mild of an effect. And who snorts a half gram of coke and sits in a chair in a room by themselves for hours? That would really suck and certainly would serve no therapeutic purpose whatsoever.

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    1. Other countries have implemented their policies for recreational purposes. Actually their crime rate has reduced significantly.

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  22. Legalize it and I'll ihaleize it

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    1. 6:09 lobbying without millions of dollars in your hand to grease the proper lawmakers in congress and the senate big wheels will never work, we'll have to wait a bit longer.
      Nice try, DO.

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  23. It's only legal for the two individuals in the case. Also, I think this the same group that helped Marijuana become legal.

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  24. The whole world on cocaine sounds like fun....
    Mental illness paranoia crack babe thief’s murders
    I’m calling in sick tomorrow... it’s been a long nite.....
    GC

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  25. There's a good reason why it's called "the Devil's dandruff".

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  26. Well Coca Cola did put cocaine in it's cola.....right???? Lol maybe that's why Mexico ruled that!

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    1. 7:32 the addiction Coca~Cola produced made it illegal for a loooong ass time, making small amounts not prosecutable offense has one reason, only that the broke asses who can't pay fines of defense lawyers will not be dragged to court or prison anymo'

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  27. "Cocaine use in adults does not pose a significant health risk, except in the case that it is used chronically and excessively,"
    Ok tell me if I’m wrong here but who the F*^k doesn’t use it excessively once they start.. what a bunch of BS... good luck Mexico!

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    1. I don’t. I’ve done coke maybe 10 times in my life and never used it excessively. Honestly cocaine is way overrated though

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    2. 2:13 you are one "narices de a gramo"
      You have to do it like ten times a day to get the hang of it, until You get the hang of it, then you have to do it one hundred times a day just to feel better, but by then it is not free anymo'

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  28. So the entire vacationing world will now beam down to Mexico for cocaine holidays; now just try to manage all those coke heads when they get out of line: thought Mexico had enough to deal with already. Actually, just now the ruling is granting the legal use to just two people, but it is perhaps the first drops of a thunderstorm.

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  29. 4:23 probably cut with heroin Ive had that B4, Cocaine is very bad for your heart. I was a cocaine head in 2005-07, Getting from Arizona y California trafficantes that delivered to the midwest. I miss the euphoria but my body couldnt handle the jitters sweating heart racing mind racing side effects. I had to abuse alcohol to feel grounded.

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  30. It does pose a healt risk
    If you sboff the wrong cut
    I know people whos bern doing coke ( A grade coke without street cuts) for 40 years almost and sure they look nasty with that boney cheeks but no health problems whatsoever and i mean not a single cold... plus add the smoking cigarrete factor to that and its even more strange.....
    But im 100% opposed to this nonsense law...
    Something big its behind this i know

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    1. Many small time addicts will be washing windshields to buy their shit now instead of bugging for a cigarette in prison or selling their ass for a small joint.

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  31. Just to be clear, does this make cocaine in small amounts for personal use legal in Mexico effective immediately?

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    1. 2;55 does not make it legal, it just decriminalizes small time addicts and the small quantities they would be carrying.
      --It is like US currency, most of it carry drug traces, people in possession are not prosecutable or prosecuted.

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  32. Ese juez orita anda bien coco

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  33. Wonderful we need more drugs

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    1. 5:37 it's coming! Great balls of fire in the now burning Amazon to clear the land for planting mariguana, morphine, opiun heroine, cocaine and barbiturates was a great idea of the last visionary neo-liberalista Jair Bolsonario, who has declared Brazil open for business...
      This after Macri next door has been kicked out after getting argentine in debt for one hundred years in exchange for nothing but a debt to be paid in a hundred years..
      Like the Mexican Cleptocracy, but a hundred times worse.
      CALL SOMEBODY AND SAVE THE AMAZON, FUCK BOLSONARO IN THE ASS.
      MOTHERFACKERS ARE LIKE THE CALIFORNIAN GRIFA GROWERS ASSOCIATION HIJUEPUTAS BURNING ALL THE PINCHES CERROS TO CLEAR FOR GRIFA.

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  34. this is sad but it shows they cant change behavior so they make it legal in some ways they make murder legal if it suits the agenda cuz they just want us to end up in chaos so they can control the population pray for peace and the mercy of the LORD TO OPEN OUR EYES.

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    1. 5:51 the opiate of the world needs regulation too, AND A LOT OF IT
      because there have been too many victims of the BS already.
      Religious fanatism I find as despicable as drug trafficking and addiction, it involves some brainwashing nobody really needs.
      --"Flint spills 2 million gallons sewage shit in the river" many dealers will not be doing much business for a while.
      In Sonora, mining companies spill the whole dam content in the river and on to the sea, but transmogrificate millions and millions of gallons of contaminated muds and waters into a few hundred litros spill. Mine owner German Larrea doesn't give a fack, really...I mean, there are still Great Crimes in the world to Prosecute after leaving small time Cockraches alone.

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  35. This judgement was the result of a filing by two individuals, supported by the group named in the post. This however establishes precedent that others can rely on.

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  36. Copia en Ingles desde CNN

    (CNN)In a landmark ruling, a court in Mexico City has said two people should be allowed to use cocaine legally.
    The ruling means the unnamed pair can use, but not sell, small amounts of cocaine, according to Mexico United Against Crime (MUCD), an NGO that filed legal papers in the case as part of its strategy to change the country's drug policy.
    This is the first time cocaine use has been made legal in Mexico, but the ruling still needs to be ratified by a higher court.

    Esto es para mí más claro ahora. El medicamento no ha sido aprobado gracias A dios. Demasiados ciudadanos mexicanos se han enterado de este atropello y el juez ahora teme por su vida. AMLO puede eliminarlo. Vamos a ver.
    Un aviso para la gente. Si la gente es detenida en un reten o puesto de control militar y se descubre marihuana, la gente es arrestada y llevada a la cárcel. Le pregunté a un sargento en un puesto de control marina y dijo que no hay papeles de gobierno que impidan el arresto. Las personas son arrestadas y llevadas a la carcel. Luego se hacen arreglos a nivel federal para autenticar la validez de la excepción a la ley federal. Esto puede requerir los servicios de un abogado. Un vehículo motorizado es remolcado a un corralón. La tarifa del abogado no está exenta de costos. La tarifa para recuperar el auto también debe pasar por un abogado. Esto no es fácil de hacer. Lo que se informa no es la realidad.

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  37. Please read Roberto Savino's book "Zero-Zero-Zero" (Penguin, 2016). It provides relevant insights that, to me, suggest the Mexican Judge has be compromised by unseen forces to rule as he did.
    I am with Sol on this based on years of clinical experiences with drugs addicts off all kinds.
    Roberto Saviano's book might cause you to see coke in different way.
    Mexico-Watcher

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  38. A step in the right direction. It worked for Portugal

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  39. Ive used desoxyn for years for adhd i only use it when i need it but when i dont have it I have no desire to use crystal meth . Desoxyn is pharmacutical methamphetamine much cleaner then anything on the street .But it def helps when I need it . I dont abuse it or tell ppl I have it but without it life would be a lot harder to deal with it actually mellows me out and gives me a deep focus and it really does feel good . I think there is a place for all drugs it comes down to will power and moderation some have it some dont .

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    1. As with anything, Moderation works. But, most humans don't do anything in moderation, and proven highly addictive substances are tough for anyone to sustain moderation with.

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