By Don Hatfield, Liberal
I closely followed the trial of Oneal Greeson for marijuana distribution, as he is a friend of my brother-in-law.
A total of seven people were arrested. Five of those came from Colorado to do nothing but plant, harvest and distribute the marijuana.
The landowner admitted to helping plant, fertilize, irrigate and harvest the crop.
Mr. Greeson’s part was to hang the plants to dry.
My question is, “Why did the attorney general’s office choose to give six people probation for their testimony – to convict the person who seemed to be the least involved?”
Yes, Mr. Greeson broke the law, and I feel sure he knew it at the time. But why is he the only one of those arrested to serve jail time – when the other six were at least as guilty as Mr. Greeson – or more?
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