In 2005, Patients Without Time (PWT) established the first medical marijuana patient's co-operative on Maui. For several years, Patients Without Time (PWT), in co-operation with Maui County Citizens For Democracy In Action, provided Maui's medical community with safe access to legalized medical grade marijuana products and registered Maui County residents to vote in record numbers.
PWT was officially recognized by the Hawaii State Legislature for "assisting Hawai'i's certified medical marijuana patients with the acquisition of their medical marijuana."
Unfortunately, the narcotic enforcement division of the Maui Police persistently demonstrated opposition to Hawaii's compassionate Medical Marijuana Program and interfered with the operation of PWT.
In October 2008, Mr. Brian Murphy, Director of PWT, filed a lawsuit against the Maui Police Department and then-Chief Tom Phillips. The suit challenged various MPD practices that represented conflicts of interest and undermined Mr. Murphy's ability to exercise his constitutional rights.
Shortly after Mr. Murphy's lawsuit was filed, during "Operation Weedkiller," MPD arrested and incarcerated four members of PWT and charged them with multiple felony indictments. That was almost four years ago, and the trial hasn't even started...
Please show your support for Patients Without Time, Maui's medical marijuana patients, and Hawaii's compassionate Medical Marijuana Program, by appearing at the next scheduled hearing.
See Evidence of:
- MPD illegal lobbying against Hawaii's medical marijuana laws.
- See how MDP Fabricate Evidence against medical marijuana patients.
- See how medical marijuana patients do not get Equal Justice.
- See how the MDP have a financial interest in keeping medical marijuana illegal!
Gather at the Maui County Court House,
Judge Cordoza's courtroom, on June 28, at 9 am.
2145 Main Street Wailuku, Hawai'i
Thurs, June 28, 2012, at 9 am.