Feds’ Secret Meetings in Colorado on Cannabis Policy May Foreshadow Federal Crackdown


Source:  Merry Jane/Mike Adams

Secret meetings taking place this week in Colorado involving some of the federal government’s leading agencies against the drug culture could be an indication that it is just now just a matter of time before U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions launches a full blown attack against the legal cannabis trade.

According to a recent report from CBS affiliate, KKTV 11 News in Colorado Springs, some of Uncle Sam’ top hammers, including the Department of Justice, the DEA and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) have been meeting this week with local officials to discuss the issue of marijuana enforcement.

An anonymous figure close to the situation apparently tipped off the news source prior to the meeting, which led to video coverage proving that it did, in fact, take place.

KKTV News reached out to Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, who in addition to being involved with the secret meeting is a long time opponent of the marijuana legalization movement, to find out exactly what was discussed behind closed doors. The mayor initially refused to disclose any details, but later stated, “the meetings are not open to the public because they include sensitive investigation information.”

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