Adastra issued a retraction and clarification. However, Slater Vecchio LLP announced a proposed class action lawsuit against Adastra which was reported two weeks after the announcement and retraction.
2nd Update: There seems to be a great deal of backpedaling. The intent of Justin Trudeau to sell cocaine in BC is clear. Now the company is back peddling and saying they're just allowed to manufacture it. Common sense asks what they intend on doling with it after they manufacture it? The intent is to sell it. The intent is not to stock pile it forever.
There has been a whirlwind of events, both good and evil, that I need to catch up on. The first announcement is that Justin Trudeau has officially become a cocaine dealer in Langley to the astonishment of the BC NDP. Previously I reported that "BC Premier David Eby said he’s astonished that the federal Health Department gave the green light to a Langley cannabis company to produce, sell, and distribute cocaine."
When that controversial announcement was made it was met with denial and misdirection. Now we discover the denial and misdirection were simply more lies. It has been brought to my attention that a pot dispensary in Langley will indeed be selling cocaine to the public as part of Justin Trudeau's trial run at being a cocaine dealer while he tests BC's decriminalization laws.
The decriminalization of small quantities of cocaine does not authorize the manufacture or sale of cocaine. The intent of the law was to help addicts get treatment. It was not to help Justin Trudeau become a cocaine dealer. Justin Trudeau is the tasmanian devil. Stop him before he destroys everything in his path. The BC NDP have the legal right and moral obligation to shut that dispensary down as soon as it starts selling cocaine to the public and arrest anyone involved. The city could simply revoke their business license and force them to close. It's their moral duty.