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September 17, 2012 – Digest for s..s@a2c2.us – 4 Messages in 4 Topics

    GOCCA <s..s@a2c2.us> Sep 17 03:03PM -0700  

    > See you in 2013!
    > Sincerely,
    > Dee Velazquez
    GOCCA Secretary


    Lynne Wilson <s..s@a2c2.us> Sep 17 02:55PM -0400  

    Davy V. a Cuban-American award winning filmmaker, writer, & activist
    from Rochester, NY whose work centers around exposing police brutality &
    & deaths of our citizens & pets which results from not only corruption
    but the loss of our 4th Amendment Rights & the Supreme Court's ruling
    that allows NO-KNOCK WARRANTS.
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    Bill Dake <s..s@a2c2.us> Sep 16 09:24PM -0700  

    Hi Michelle, Pebbles and all,
    Mike Tindall (Moon Man) died a few weeks ago and I have no idea who they were able to reach, so I want to let people know that the Memorial is this Friday, Sept. 21 at Noon, at 920 So. Cloverdale Blvd in Cloverdale. I believe it is his sister Janis' Trailer Park, "Briarwood".
    He was in an electric disability chair clearing weeds by burning them with a hose from his propane tank.and he accidently backed over the hose and set himself on fire. Then it was a heart attack, a coma, life support and finally disconnecting life support as per his instructions.
        The Memorial is a Pot Luck affair. 
     Mike was an activist and probably the nicest most caring, loving and generous person I have ever known, a real class act.   
    Sister Janis is(phone#-removed).His Daughter Trina is(phone#-removed).His # is(phone#-removed) and Brenda (a friend) is there and quite helpfull. Another # is(phone#-removed) for ???
    I hope all is well with everone, hugs to Pebles and Michelle,
    Bill Dake
    Ps, Let me know if you need a ride.


    Hal Muskat <s..s@a2c2.us> Sep 16 11:21AM -0700  

    By Lee Romney
    Los Angeles Times
    September 14, 2012, 12:41 p.m.
    British researchers have determined that a little-studied chemical in
    the cannabis plant could lead to effective treatments for epilepsy, with
    few to no side effects.
    The team at Britain’s University of Reading, working with GW
    Pharmaceuticals and Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, tested cannabidivarin, or
    CBDV, in rats and mice afflicted with six types of epilepsy and found it
    “strongly suppressed seizures” without causing the uncontrollable
    shaking and other side effects of existing anti-epilepsy drugs.
    According to the findings, reported this week in the British Journal of
    Pharmacology, CBDV also delayed and reduced seizures when used in
    conjunction with two common anti-convulsant drugs.
    “There is a pressing need for better treatments for epilepsy,” said Dr.
    Ben Whalley, the lead researcher. “It’s a chronic condition with no cure
    and currently, in around one third of cases, the currently available
    treatments do not work, cause serious side-effects and increase fatalities.”
    The study, he added, highlights “the potential for a solution based on
    cannabinoid science. It has shown that cannabidivarin is the most
    effective and best tolerated anticonvulsant plant cannabinoid
    investigated to date.”
    The casual use of marijuana — or cannabis — to control seizures dates
    back to ancient times. Its most prominent component, THC, is among those
    shown in animal studies to have strong anti-convulsant properties, but
    its mind-altering effects have made it unsuitable for pharmaceutical
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