I chuckle at City Attorney Pete Holmes’ “path forward”: the city’s and state’s plan to create their own marijuana cartel to be enforced by the police, the courts and the prisons [“City Attorney Pete Holmes: ‘Clearly commercial’ medical pot shops not legal,” The Evergreen, Jan. 5]. He’s upset that medical “dispensaries” are engaging in…More
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I’m glad that at least one Seattle police officer is committed to enforcing the law against marijuana use in public [“SPD Probes cop who wrote 80 percent of pot-use tickets,” Local News, July 30]. He should be congratulated, not investigated. I get the sense that most officers are looking the other way when…More
The Seattle Times got the principle right: but the color is wrong. It’s not the “blue wall” but rather the “L” wall: the law department [Seattle police’s blue wall — hiding videos from open-records law,” Opinion, June 22]. Officers do not have control over whether these videos are released or not. City Attorney Pete…More