Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Clay Roueche receives a reduced sentence

One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. Dr Kim, the spin doctor for the compromised BC Gang task force is confirming previous reports that Clay Roueche's application for a reduced sentence under the 782 amendment was successful and has received 6 years knocked off his sentence. 6 years off of 30 years isn't much when you take into consideration the long list of judicial infractions the prosecution committed but it is a small step forward nonetheless.

As I previously stated, the only thing that Clay was accused of was bringing pot into the United States. Now that pot is legal in Canada and in several US States, a 24 year sentence for that is still over the top. As I previously reported, the United States has the highest prison incarceration rate per capita compared to any other country in the world. That is not a good model. Especially for the land of the "free" which has become the land of the incarcerated.

Clay wasn't charged with a gun yet he was enhanced 5 years for a gun. Natural Justice declares that a person can't be enhanced for a crime they're not charged with. He never entered the US with a gun. Denying his transfer back to Canada given the illegality of his arrest, is another colossal concern for ever American citizen and every person considering a visit to the US.

On a side note, a friend of Clay's from prison, George Martorano was the longest-serving first-time non-violent offender in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He was originally sentenced to life with no eligibility for parole for a pot offence. That was insane. Since his release George has opened a CBD infused coffee shop in Philadelphia called the Hip Hemp Cafe.

This is what Kim Bolan and the Compromised BC Gang task force don't want Clay to do in Canada. Since Andy Richards is now in the cop pot business, they want to secure their monopoly on that trade. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. Nevertheless, Clay Roueche continues to shine.


  1. Prisons are big business in the U.S.A. and prison corporations are listed on the stock exchange. Many judges and other country officers who run for election receive donations from these corporations. I read a number of American blogs, one which includes a blogger who was tossed into jail for 5 months for blog. Yes, that year he was the only blogger in the western world in jail.

    Some of these prisons are real money making enterprises. The food is crap and not enough to sustain a normal sized person. Prisons are therefore forced to use the "store" which carries over priced food. Some of these prisons provide very little health care, so you are out of luck there also.

    some of these people who were at the receiving end of these long prison terms may simply have been sent to jail by a judge who wanted to make money, because there is no law which says their families can't own stock.

    1. Yes the Kids for Cash scandal was where two Judges in Pennsylvania were getting kickbacks for imposing harsh sentences on juveniles to increase occupancy at for-profit detention centers:

  2. Yep 24 years for bringing weed into the U.S is way too much..He should be released ASAP


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