[Ibogaine] Ibogaine Re: more on the case against prohibition

Scott Doran doranman2 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 09:27:30 EST 2009

Simon, your most recent post did not show when I posted my previous, or I
would probably not have bothered posting. You did bring up some valid points
and I do appreciate you as a person. As far as I';m concerned this thread is
played out.
Thank you

On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 9:18 AM, Scott Doran <doranman2 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Simon,
> I was simply looking for landscape material that was most probably in the
> area I was searching. I just wanted to find it, not confront anyone over it.
> I would have gone to the police i  that event. The area was much worse than
> I had imagined it to be. When I realized how bad it was, I decided to get
> out of there. After people tried to accost me, I thought best to go to the
> police and reported the theft. When reporting the theft, I simply asked the
> police if they were aware how bad the crack dealing was in that area, I
> described no one, I did not go into details of anything that happened.  That
> was the sum total of my snitching. If my sister was raped while the
> attackers smoked crack, I guess I would have to keep my mouth shut to avoid
> being an informer I don't think people should be arrested for crack, just
> stealing and assaulting people.  I have successfully found stolen property
> before by looking for it in the right place, so It seemed logical that I
> could easily find these three large Sago Palms myself. The police won't do
> anything, so I'll just have to write the whole thing off. Call me dumb if
> you like, I think I was more pissed off than anything, but I totally disavow
> the snitch or informer label, harsh or not. I repeat, no person was informed
> on. I once again, simply asked a cop who I later found out grew up in that
> neighborhood if he knew how bad crack dealing was there.  He knew more about
> how bad it was than I. If I asked the police if they knew how bad drugs were
> in a certain neighborhood was in NYC, I would be stigmatized also. Thank you
> for your objective feedback Simon. I'll just kick back and let these low
> life's do whatever they want and comfort myself in the belief that at least
> I have a future, slightly financially stunted, but better than being left in
> a ditch over $300 worth of landscape material. And Simon, surely you can
> come up with something more stupid than what ever I have done, just reflect
> upon your own personal history, I'm sure you could come up with a story that
> could outdo my misunderstood tale. I hope not by too much.
> Respectfully yours,
> Scott
> On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 4:47 AM, simon loxton <simonloxton at yahoo.co.uk>wrote:
>> What the hell were you doing in a "crack area" looking for stolen
>> property? I could not think of anything more stupid. Maybe a fucking snitch
>> is a bit harsh but its not like these guys selling crack have great future
>> prospects to start with. Being an informer wont get your plants back
>> either.. I dont know man it sounds like a dumb thing to do.
>> ------------------------------
>> *From:* robert farmer <robertakakoolcatfarmer at gmail.com>
>> *To:* The Ibogaine List <ibogaine at mindvox.com>
>> *Sent:* Monday, 5 January, 2009 3:35:45
>> *Subject:* Re: [Ibogaine] Ibogaine Re: more on the case against
>> prohibition
>> your a fucken snitch dont email me this BS
>> On Sat, Jan 3, 2009 at 7:45 PM, Scott Doran <doranman2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> That was an excellent article Warren. I recently had three large Sago
>>> palms stolen from a property that I was landscaping and so went looking in
>>> an area where crack is sold. I was approached a half dozen times to buy
>>> crack and was followed down a dead end wooded street. I had to do a flying
>>> doughnut to keep these guys out of my car. I informed the police about the
>>> crack trade there and they just smiled. If I had informed them of a grow
>>> operation in my neighborhood , they would have been all over it like stink
>>> on shit. I guess that how they level the legal playing field. Do I have to
>>> buy a Glock to go retrieve my own property myself without getting rolled for
>>> my wallet. This is the same kind of crap which resulted my suffering two
>>> crushed vertebrae while the police videotaped without intervening. The tape
>>> disappeared (and no I have never bought crack). I think the police use the
>>> crack dealers to reel the white dummies in and then set them up with the
>>> police.
>>>   On Sat, Jan 3, 2009 at 10:07 PM, Warren Theriot <wleetheriot at ca.rr.com
>>> > wrote:
>>>>   Here's more to support the case against prohibition:
>>>> http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1282/is_/ai_4551530
>>>> Warren
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