Firearms, a Secret Tunnel, $200K, and Over a 1000 Pounds of Processed Marijuana Found When SoHum Man’s Home Raided, Alleges Feds

Photo shown to the judge by federal attorneys allegedly depicts marijuana found at Kamaal Owen’s residence.

Documents filed last week in federal court allege that agents discovered cash, cannabis, other illegal substances, a secret tunnel, firearms, and a recently emptied safe when they served a search warrant east of Garberville earlier this month.

On October 11, federal agents arrested Southern Humboldt resident, Kamaal Owen, on a warrant issued out of Wisconsin alleging he is a “major supplier” to “a nationwide marijuana operation that spans from California to Maryland.”

The document alleges Owen “owns and operates a marijuana grow site located in Garberville, California and is believed to be a major supplier of marijuana to a target drug trafficking organization (“DTO”). Specifically, it is believed that Mr. Owen conspired with other members of the DTO to sell marijuana grown at his site to the DTO. That marijuana was then transported across the country and distributed in cities and states such as Milwaukee, North Carolina, Pittsburg, Virginia, Maryland, and the greater Washington D.C. area.”

Cash, cannabis and firearms were found at the property, argued federal attorneys.

Cash, cannabis and firearms were found at the property, argued federal attorneys.

In addition, the document alleges that during a search warrant served at Owen’s property approximately three miles east of Garberville on Alderpoint Road, “law enforcement found approximately $200,000 in cash spread throughout the property and thirteen (13) rifles, two (2) shotguns, and (3) pistols on the property.” Also, the document goes on to state that law enforcement found 1080 pounds of processed and packaged marijuana, a quarter of an ounce of cocaine, and an disclosed amount of MDMA powder, MDMA pills, and psilocybin mushrooms.

Mounted gun safe.

Mounted gun safe.

Furthermore, the document argues that a family member of Owen used a tunnel dug from his child’s bedroom to empty a hidden safe as federal agents poured onto the property to serve the search warrant.

Tunnel and tunnel room

Tunnel and tunnel room that federal attorneys allege were found on Mr. Owen’s property.

Though government attorneys argued that Owen should not be allowed to post bail as he would likely returning “home to where no condition or set of conditions would prevent him from reestablishing himself as a supplier of drugs to another drug trafficking organization and amassing large sums of money that would assist him if he decided to flee,” the defendant’s attorney successfully argued that he was entitled to post bail and go free on bond.

Greenhouse "hoopers" containing marijuana that Kamaal Owen argues was grown legally.

Greenhouse “hoopers” containing marijuana that Kamaal Owen argues was grown legally.

They argued he was a legal cannabis grower legally cultivating marijuana, a lifelong member of his community, and that there was “no evidence that any of those firearms were illegal to possess nor that those firearms were ever.. used in any illegal manner. Also, since Mr. Owen was lawfully cultivating cannabis at the location where the firearms were located, those firearms were not used to protect any unlawful activities. Consequently, the simple possession of those firearms should not support any request by the government that Mr. Owen should be detained simply because he legally possessed those firearms.”

Owen was released on a $1.5 million bond and the case was set for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

Please remember, the information offered by the government has not been proven in a court of law and Mr. Owen should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

 

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Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago

Kudos to the family member. Blessings to the fallen.

OG
OG
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Always going after the small guys and hippies when the truly dangerous growers get a green light. His medicine helped many cancer patients in the DC area and vertigo people in Virginia. Agreed blessed the fallen in this nasty war against the herb that saves countless suffering.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  OG

I do the same for patients in IL. I am more interested in what brought on the federal attention. Something ain’t adding up is what I got to say.

Dan Fuller
Dan Fuller (@5116640448352602)
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Likely someone “Dropped the Dime” on him!!! Ratting him out to the Feds!!!

Jeffersonian
Jeffersonian
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan Fuller

Agre

Gavin'sComb
Gavin'sComb
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

More likely than not someone to the East got popped and gave it up for the promise of a reduced sentence. The Feds conviction rate is so high only 2% of their cases go to trial.

Peter Wagner
Peter Wagner
29 days ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Are you for real?

$5000 a pound back on the day!
$5000 a pound back on the day!
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Hey LL I love your posts, but man you incriminate yourself daily on this forum. Either you work for the feds or they are watching 👀 you if you are balling as hard as you say. Just yesterday you said you were selling pounds across state lines. Major federal felony. Just saying. Either u r full of 💩 or just reckless and putting yourself and family in legal jeopardy!

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago

Yep, the feds are watch’in this blog to take me out. Learn the law, youngin, is all I will say. I wish they were cause I would get the Supreme Court to remove weed as a scedule 1 narcotic if they tried.

X-Mann
X-Mann
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Wait, you have the alility to take cannabis off of Schedule 1 and you’re boasting about it here?

Talk is Cheap, drop a dime on yourself and get started, be the Big Hero you’re alluding to.

OG OG
OG OG
1 month ago
Reply to  X-Mann

Everyone on this site is on the payroll, either working for the big pharmaceutical industry to promote their witchcraft or promoting earthly thinking boasting how hard they are. Funny how if your truly enlighten you see how wounded the society is at large and hoping for the true miracle.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
1 month ago
Reply to  OG OG

What’s wrong with witchcraft? I suppose you don’t like voodoo either.

Lost Croat OutburstD
Lost Croat Outburst (@lostcroatoutburst)
1 month ago
Reply to  OG OG

Hey, where’s my check? OK, shit-coin! Whatever.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  X-Mann

Yea I was a quiet sole prior to 2016 running the hills. Actually tried to quit growing a few years back. Then legalization occurred and I could see the corporate strategy of killing off the small farms. So I decided to be vocal and in a few years I am gonna step out even further, so maybe. So we’re clear, Clarence Thomas a supreme court justice laid the foundation recently, Google it. Sorry, my priority is to not get busted and they don’t allow me to grow my product in jail.

dawni
dawni
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Are you lobbying to get that Federal law changed? In this day and age that’s what it will take. If you’re waiting to get busted to challenge that law, WHY? Making too much $$ while it’s federally illegal?

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  dawni

It’s a toss up whether legislation or the courts will repeal the law. Money is not worth much but metals are very valuable and the price does not fluctuate. Safer for everyone and much more difficult to confiscate copper. Recyclers pay cash and it’s a cash based business. Shhhhh, don’t tell the feds! I hear they are reading (listening) and are gonna take me out.

P.S. a little tidbit of how we used to do things. Up until the fuck’in tweakers ruined it. Change, adapt and be aware!

Javy
Javy
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

We’re do you source copper?

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Javy

I will give up the secret when the feds explain how they are gonna launder 8 Trillion dollars in fake money they have created in the past 4 years.

Lynn H
Lynn H
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

The info is all out there if you read between the lines- PPP loans not paid back by big corps and trillions inserted into the stock market. Further laundered by throwing into offshore accts then buying huge amounts of RE that may or may not ever be occupied.

Of course, then you also have Jack Ma and google etc doing the same thing. From what I’ve heard Jack Ma bought Shamrock ranch in Laytonville and I also found some sort of connection through a gold mine company with Jack Ma and a string buyer who is “cash-for-houses”. Google preportedly owns a huge tract behind Westport and God knows what else.

Let it crash. Let more people be housed.

If you have enough, just be happy with what you have. Or actually help others without trying to gain any power. It’s the secret to a happy life.

Last edited 1 month ago by Lynn H
Just say'in
Just say'in
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

A tragic event most likely, documents disappear and so does the need. 911 should of been a wake up call to Americans, where is Bush and his cabinet staff at now, why havent any of them run for office? What was stored at the towers on them floors. Them towers were melted to the ground with painted on thermite and on a timed ignition source. The goverment has been giving money away to collapse this economy because its clearly China’s time to rule the economics of world trade. There is no new Americas to cause a world war about and the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan 2011 leaked enough radio active waste in the ocean to take out the entire Pacific in the next 50 years. It’s not covid were masking up for its radio active waste airborne and deadly toxic and real.

Jean Lopez
Jean Lopez
1 month ago
Reply to  dawni

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but federal-level legalization is looming. I say bad because Moms-n-Pops think they have it bad now, with state legalization – when the big corporations step in they’re not gonna know what hit ’em. Penalties and fines for black market growing will be brutal – just do a little research into what R.J. Reynolds does to small “artisanal” tobacco farmers who dare to grow beyond their piddling legal limits. Do you imagine they will come up here, on our winding roads, and buy our pot for a nice fat price, and then we’ll all be done with the crime and the struggle to grow and then to transport and sell, everybody sing Kumbaya? The almond groves in the Central Valley will be replaced very quickly. Holes are dug, lines are laid. Be careful what you wish for. https://investincannabis.io/federal-cannabis-legalization-2022/ https://www.mpp.org/news/press/congressional-committee-approves-federal-marijuana-legalization-bill-2/

Steeze
Steeze
1 month ago
Reply to  Jean Lopez

Couldn’t agree more. I just left southern Oregon. The hemp farmers are getting $5 /lb. It’s the same plant. If you think the prices are low now, you have no idea. Crazy thing is, that $5 /lb is getting them 10-20k an acre still. Wholesale. That’s incredible for any real farmer with a legal crop, and its the easiest, fasting thing to grow and harvest. Sell your farm to Canadian corps now or forever hold your peace

Lost Croat OutburstD
Lost Croat Outburst (@lostcroatoutburst)
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Be careful what you wish for. Print out this page and save it for when you’re old, just for hearty laughs in your dotage. A ride through the criminal court system is not funny. Trust me. You think THIS Trump SCOTUS will let you off? BTW, did you vote? Ask about Roe v. Wade while you’re there in Court.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago

Already old which is my point. I am very aware of our judicial system. I also am familiar when laws are unjust. I also know that a jury can determine that law is unjust. We the people have legalized weed and what Trump did is show another path in which a majority of the US states have legalized. So, what is the federal government’s legal authority? We the people have spoken.

Lost Croat OutburstD
Lost Croat Outburst (@lostcroatoutburst)
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Sounds like we’re on the same side. Jury nullification can happen but how often? Your points are well taken. Thanks for being involved.

Guess
Guess
1 month ago

Ya I’m sure a family member ran out of the tunnel with a safe full of cash when the feds showed up an had the house surrounded fist thing in the morning 🙄

VMG
VMG
1 month ago

Why did they raid this “Legal” grow? Seems like they should have gotten the “Transporters” too…

He got out pretty quick…

Where did the contents of the “recently emptied safe” go?

How long were they watching this guy?

So many questions…

VMG
VMG
1 month ago
Reply to  VMG

OH, and is it “illegal” to have a “secret” bunker on a Pot Farm…

Or to have children present where you are actively breaking Federal Law?

Is this one of those “only break one law at a time” situations?

Do pot farms ever get busted if nobody is complaining, or is it just totally random?

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  VMG

We abolished the Kings law in 1776 and reiterated our desires 1812 that you are innocent before being proven guilty. No such thing as random they must have cause.

Notbuyinit
Notbuyinit
1 month ago
Reply to  VMG

Is it legal to put a basement into your house and hide the entrance? Say that to yourself slow a few times and tell me the answer.[edit]

Dan Graben
Dan Graben
1 month ago
Reply to  Notbuyinit

I’m a contractor, it is and has been legal to install private safe areas in your home, actually been a lucrative business lately.

Non-fiction
Non-fiction
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan Graben

Still is supposed to be permitted and, therefore not secret.
May need engineering for permitting.
“Secret” rooms are considered “illegal” in CA & US.
Feds & State both have codes they can use to charge for a “secret” room used for “criminal” purposes.
Building depts can red tag them

Last edited 1 month ago by Non-fiction
Splashy ninja
1 month ago
Reply to  Non-fiction

Not true depending on county to county and state to in my state you can build a entire home with zero permit ….

Non-fiction
Non-fiction
1 month ago
Reply to  Splashy ninja

Maybe you “can” build a home without a permit, but it’s not legal from a code enforcement stand point.
Your understanding of this is clearly limited.
Anyone getting away with it just hasn’t been noticed yet or is too low a priority vs other local code enforcement issues or local politics leads to low enforcement of rules on the books.

All states in the US use the IBC or UBC (for those that haven’t adopted the IBC yet) and have permitting processes for code applicability for resi and comm “occupancies”.
These are standard state and federal mandates for a very long time now. No state or county has gotten or can get away from this.

Maybe you don’t live in the US…

Last edited 1 month ago by Non-fiction
JayBeigh
JayBeigh
1 month ago
Reply to  Non-fiction

Incorrect. I’ve lived in several areas where building permits/codes were not required. I’ve been a licensed contractor for years so I’m very aware of these topics.

// “Fifteen states in the United States don’t have statewide building codes.”//

https://upgradedhome.com/counties-without-building-codes/

For instance, from the Greenlee County AZ website:

// “Currently, Greenlee County has adopted no building codes. Because we have no codes, Greenlee County has not determined and does not recommend building loads, does not review plans, does not inspect construction, or issue a Certificate of Occupancy. “//

Last edited 1 month ago by JayBeigh
Dan Fuller
Dan Fuller (@5116640448352602)
1 month ago
Reply to  VMG

So many questions… So few answers!!! ;-[[

Guest
Guest
1 month ago
Reply to  VMG

Sounds like this guy was selling to the alcohol lobby’s best customers: Wisconsin residents. And we all know that getting between greedy *legal* drug dealers and their profits is a federal crime.

And they’re just saying the safe should have had money in it so they can try to seize/steal assets, making it harder for him to pay attorneys to fight this bullshit.

onrust
onrust
1 month ago
Reply to  Guest

Maybe I’m just a wanker, but card board boxes of cash always impress me. Enough boxes and pretty soon you got real money. I will gladly accept the $200,000 as overflow.

Bigfoot
Bigfoot
1 month ago
Reply to  Guest

He bailed out on 1.5 mill. That’s a $150,00 get out of jail free card. Who says money can’t buy happiness

StoptheplanetIwantoffD
StoptheplanetIwantoff (@stoptheplanetiwantoff)
1 month ago

How was it determined that the safe had been recently emptied? Maybe it had never been full, or maybe it had been emptied a long time ago.

Last edited 1 month ago by StoptheplanetIwantoff
Hugh ManateeD
Hugh Manatee (@disqus_zplgmnshu4)
1 month ago

Safe door open, box of cash in the tunnel room, family member admitted it?

Obliviously
Obliviously
1 month ago

They winked when they said “recently emptied “.

rollin
rollin
1 month ago
Reply to  Obliviously

LOL! Zackly.

Someone
Someone
1 month ago

Or maybe the feds emptied it hmmmmn

Grow a brain
Grow a brain
1 month ago

Beware the feds are coming for all the permit farms. !!!! Still federally illegal and they want your money and assets.
Free men don’t ask permission !!!!

Captain 'MuricaD
Captain 'Murica (@disqus_dotf42mpek)
1 month ago
Reply to  Grow a brain

Seems like the .gov is all about raising funds these days. If they can’t do it through taxes maybe they’ll do it this way.

Grow a brain
Grow a brain
1 month ago

The feds will be coming after all the legal pot farms,this was just the beginning.they want the savings and the assets.it was all amassed with federally illegal funds and there going to take it. Good luck and remember to keep voting for loss of rights and freedoms. Free men don’t have to ask permission on there land

Guesty
Guesty
1 month ago
Reply to  Grow a brain

They are taking out and discouraging competition for when the big guys come in. That’s who pays their Bill’s. By the time big tobacco and big Pharma are ready to sell all of our farmers will be broke and then they’ll come in with their patent laws and Sue the s*** out of anyone who is growing their weed strains and mop up the stragglers. They already do it to farmers today.

Dan Fuller
Dan Fuller (@5116640448352602)
1 month ago
Reply to  Guesty

Monsanto especially will SUE You Blind it they find wind drifted Frankencorn growing anywhere but their Roundup drenched lands!!!!

onrust
onrust
1 month ago
Reply to  Guesty

You have just given the real definition of a lobbyist.

Good Ole Days
Good Ole Days
1 month ago
Reply to  Grow a brain

Nah, they’ve got too many of their huge corporation buddies going legal !

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
1 month ago

Also, since Mr. Owen was lawfully cultivating cannabis at the location where the firearms were located, those firearms were not used to protect any unlawful activities. Consequently, the simple possession of those firearms should not support any request by the government that Mr. Owen should be detained simply because he legally possessed those firearms.”

Here you go JB.

You argued this point a year or two ago, I think you should see the precedent coming.

JayBeigh
JayBeigh
1 month ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

🙂

JB

Connie DobbsD
Connie Dobbs (@disqus_z3w956ss5l)
1 month ago

Why’s he sending weed to Pittsburg? It’s legal there, just like it is in Bay Point and Antioch.

Willie Caos-Mayham
Willie Caos-Mayham (@chosundkopererletzung)
1 month ago
Reply to  Connie Dobbs

🕯🌳It’s still illegal to transport across state lines. That makes it a Federal offense. 🖖🖖

Shakaka
Shakaka
1 month ago

Snowflake goven’ment always getting so easily offended.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Connie Dobbs

Cause Humboldt actually has a name outside of California for grow’in dank weed. All this corporate and political smear campaign you been consumed with is not an accurate dipiction of events occurring outside of CA. The nation loves our weed and they want more.

William Harmon
William Harmon
1 month ago
Reply to  Connie Dobbs

Obviously, Pittsburg California isn’t a well known location up north.

But I saw what you did there.

Last edited 1 month ago by William Harmon
D'Tucker Jebs
D'Tucker Jebs
1 month ago
Reply to  Connie Dobbs

I think that one sailed over a few heads.

Jim Dogger
Jim Dogger
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

Ya, Pittsburg CoCo County vs. Pittsburgh PA. I wouldn’t want to live, or even visit, either one.

Gazoo
Gazoo
1 month ago

This kind of situation right here is one of the reasons pounds are hitting at 3-400 right now. Too much weed is being grown and spread out through the country. Even Florida has humboldt prices right now. Everybody has weed, it’s being given away by the truck loads.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Gazoo

Prices are 4x the propaganda numbers you state. No 9ne in their right mind moves anything outta state for less than 15.

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

I call your bluff.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

It’s a fact. I know cause I decided I would go do research to the sources in our area on my own. Prices have held for me and everyone else I know and I surveyed many. Not sure what kinda weed ya’ll growing but maybe that’s your issue! Obviously you and I did not have that conversation is the final thing I will say regarding the matter.

The Real Brian
The Real Brian (@brianroman911)
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Look, I think everyone here knows that is BS.

But, ok.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

Dude, I heard the shit low prices theme for legal last year. I grew for a legal farm last year and got $500+ a pound more than what the shit talkers were saying. It’s in the books black and white and I got the paperwork to back it up. As far as the Traditional Market that’s my backyard. I think I know way more about it than most. We don’t move product for less than 15. Even one of the movers who’s product is of less quality is gettin 14 and that was last week! Don’t tell me about my world as I said you move it for less than 15 out of state that some shitty weed and that is your answer.

thetallone
thetallone
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

If all that’s true you’d be a fool to grow it when you can buy it all day long in the triangle for <$500 and triple your money.

Shaka Shaka
Shaka Shaka
1 month ago
Reply to  thetallone

Seems safe.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  thetallone

That’s not the kinda weed my customers expect. I was considering but have not seen a consistent source. Tried a few years ago to broker had to go back to growing.

Farce
Farce
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Just came back from NY/NJ and my friends back there are now getting dank deps for 1200. Yes- I saw it happen. And in small amounts like 10 pounds. Not shwag. Very nice product. ICC, WC, Gelato, etc etc solid strains. Not just one source is doing that either. It’s the new price there. Mostly out of Oregon but not shwag at all. But maybe you know people who don’t know anyone but you. I imagine they will be undercut and lose market shortly in this coming mad dash. Prepare to lower your expectations

Akasha
Akasha
1 month ago
Reply to  Farce

I’ve been hearing that there is a ton of weed coming out of Oklahoma serving New York in the East Coast. Not as good as ours mostly but easier to transport. A lot of those big city buyers I don’t truly know what great weed is.

Time lord
Time lord
1 month ago
Reply to  Akasha

I disagree. At least in NYC, selling it in the open now at street festivals. Check the NY news from this weekend. . As far back as the 80s we could get Humboldts finest as well as hash from across the pond,, multiple varieties. Delivered by dial a pot. Sure there was the trash Mexican nickle bags

thatguyinarcata
thatguyinarcata
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

15 is absolutely the top end if you’re not talking indoor. I’m sure there are some special markets but to move actual volume things are flowing between 1000-1500 to the distro back east. You’ve got to have both a knowledgeable market and a true aaa product to be getting 15 for a real volume.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago

Yes, I am blessed to have a fine crew of people who care about the plant. The other point is it ain’t goin for 3-400. Tired of people say’in shit that ain’t a true representation. Move shit weed for under 5 all you want it’s not competing with our product and it’s had zero effect on our prices. Maybe in the distant future but honestly I doubt it. I thought I would lose business to the states legalizing, nope.

thatguyinarcata
thatguyinarcata
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

You’re not being honest if you’re claiming that legalization more widely hasn’t impacted prices. 5 years ago there were very few markets outside of this area where prices for quality flower ever dipped below 2000 wholesale. Now there are very few markets that will pay that wholesale price for even very high quality flower.

I’m happy for you and yours that you are still able to maintain customers that respect quality, but we have all been impacted by a saturated market. I’ve never seen local prices as low as they were this year for deps and its clear that outdoor is going to have a hard time moving locally.

Akasha
Akasha
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

We live up here in northern Humboldt and we we’re offered some of this years dep for $250 a pound so don’t give me that shit about 1500,the indoor is about 1600-1800 and the outdoor is between five and 700 for this year is fresh.

Good Ole Days
Good Ole Days
1 month ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

I do as well…. not happening LL .

Gazoo
Gazoo
1 month ago
Reply to  The Real Brian

@ LL. I too call your bluff, I don’t need to talk to people about it. Been in the game for over 40 years.
The real boot bags are hitting at 250 ea.
like homie stated. You can buy weed right now for way cheaper than it cost to grow it. You keep growing your unicorn fart strains getting them big bucks. [edit]

Last edited 1 month ago by Gazoo
Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Gazoo

Standing next to someone reading as we are harvesting he is a capatilist as well. His prices ain’t dropped. Sorry I only got 38 years I will try and catch up. Prices are exactly as I stated I got no reason to lie. Blessings

Local Farmer
Local Farmer
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

These guys who are getting offered 250/ lb for their mids wanna try clownin LL? He is sharing his reality, sorry your reality is not as good. I’ve been getting 750 in county and have no reason to question the fact that chronic fetches double that in certain states. Thanks for sharing LL, respect!

Neverlayup
Neverlayup
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Really? Guys are putting boxes on front st. And delivering to the east for 900/lb

rollin
rollin
1 month ago
Reply to  Neverlayup

Yup. Wait til the flood is in full effect. Lotsa people goin under this year. Look out below.

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

For indoor

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  ILoveplants

No, indoor crashed hard just like oil. Corporate can’t move their (indoor) product causing a huge drop accross the nation. It’s more cost effective to move outdoor back east and do indoor in their backyard provided you can save on power if ya know what I mean.

Poser^
Poser^
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Dude your wrong again. You don’t even know what’s happening

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Poser^

Really, I think it’s the other way around. I am not someone who sits around listening to hearsay. I go talk to others and they claim the same as I. No price drops in the last 5 years it even raised for some.

Good Ole Days
Good Ole Days
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

No way dude ! It’s literally half price this year . Buy one, get one free 😂

Xebeche
Xebeche
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

I agree 100%

Akasha
Akasha
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

I call bullshit on that one too last year pool season outdoor went for 1000 to 1200 do year before it was 500 to 700 this year once again it’s 500 to 700 or less if your quality is not AAA. So if you’re getting more than that you go boy how about sharing the wealth or your connect With all the mom and pop farms that are going under help keep the black market alive start your own net work.

rollin
rollin
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Lotsa lbs locally for 4-5 and dropping. Lots outta state under 15 and dropping…..or so I hear.

Something smells funny
Something smells funny
1 month ago
Reply to  rollin

Distribution companies and middlemen are super excited about low prices, and do well by spreading the notion that prices tanked. If every cultivator held off selling any weed for just one week, prices would rebound, regardless of over supply. Problem is one of the crabs in the bucket will try to get theirs, over all their compatriots.

thatguyinarcata
thatguyinarcata
1 month ago

The real problem is that commercial production isn’t limited to our little community anymore.

Check the camp report numbers, southern California is rocking acres of green houses, same story in oregon, Oklahoma,Michigan,Maine, ny. There is a new baseline saturation of commercial flower available at all times nationwide. That is the product that sets the price floor and it is lower than the Mexicans or Canadians back in the day ever let it get

Gazoo
Gazoo
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Lol. Drink up

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Gazoo

I am not the one drink’in the kool-aid.

Lost Croat OutburstD
Lost Croat Outburst (@lostcroatoutburst)
1 month ago
Reply to  Gazoo

Well, OK, but I thought there was a huge shortage of truck drivers. Maybe fill sandbags with it. Yeah, they’re giving it away like bottled water in Michigan.

Hugh ManateeD
Hugh Manatee (@disqus_zplgmnshu4)
1 month ago

Last time I checked, coke, MDMA and shrooms were still illegal, so I am pretty surprised the judge bought the “guns not used to protect illegal activity” argument and granted this guy bail.

Hmmm
Hmmm
1 month ago
Reply to  Hugh Manatee

Hes probably an undercover, or an informant or going to be one.
Or hes part of a cartel our govt is backing right now.

Plus when you have money you can get out of going to jail pretty easily.

Look at how long marci kitchen ran around and went on vacations.

Shaka Shaka
Shaka Shaka
1 month ago
Reply to  Hmmm

Yeah they took in 15 hundred thousand dollars. The guy’s home-grown as his weed. Nice parent, overly affectionate drunk, workaholic who, frankly didn’t have the right disposition to get through school without more serious help than he got.

Lost Croat OutburstD
Lost Croat Outburst (@lostcroatoutburst)
1 month ago
Reply to  Hugh Manatee

I’m not surprised at all and I laud the judge the judge for a sound CONSERVATIVE decision. My case involved a fraction of these alleged charges and I was dimed out, but any small number of plants was still a felony. I had firearms but they were stored and not in the garden or on my person. Even the police never charged me with using the guns for felonious activities. The guns were legally purchased by me. Hint: a suspect is a suspect, but police do appreciate NOT being shot at or threatened in any way. You’re still getting booked, but it helps down the road. So I lost my gun rights for 22 long years after conviction. That super-sucked. Rifles that my father bought for Me during my Naval deployment to Viet Nam. My trusty Marlin 336 Texan 30-30 pig and deer gun. I love a handy carbine. So TELL ME about a loss of gun rights!

so the judge drew a fine line, an expansive view of 2A rights that even the NRA and Trump Conservatives might applaud. That is, if you’re true to your values.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
1 month ago

A secret tunnel? Was he related to El Chapo?

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
1 month ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Got to admire his engineering skills though

Shaka Shaka
Shaka Shaka
1 month ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Great racer and backhoe operator from what I know.
He was a wizard with claymation 2+ years ago, but, sure as hell didn’t get to stop eating raman with that.

Jeffersonian
Jeffersonian
1 month ago

Fed charges are brutal. The Federal system is like a kangaroo court. Judge selects six man jury , railroads the case and then puts you away pursuant to set sentencing laws. Then they can come after your land too with a separate forfeiture proceeding which requires less proof than in criminal cases. Transporting over state lines is dangerous.

Last edited 1 month ago by Jeffersonian
ILoveplants
ILoveplants
1 month ago
Reply to  Jeffersonian

My friend went to federal prison. He said it was awesome. 4 foot fences, cell phones, internet, pool tables, contact visits, drugs, sex and rock n roll. You even get to bring your own shoes!

Last edited 1 month ago by ILoveplants
Jeffersonian
Jeffersonian
1 month ago
Reply to  ILoveplants

Sugar coat it all you want.. it’s not where I would want to be.

Yeah,sure
Yeah,sure
1 month ago
Reply to  ILoveplants

That was FedMed, Minimum Security.
Still not a walk in the park but definitely better than Maximum Security.

Lost Croat OutburstD
Lost Croat Outburst (@lostcroatoutburst)
1 month ago
Reply to  Yeah,sure

Club Fed. For lowest risk non-violent offenders.

once a prisoner
once a prisoner
29 days ago
Reply to  ILoveplants

Bullshit!

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Jeffersonian

It’s 9 jurors by the way and you stand a better chance in federal court defending yourself than you do state court. The constitution applies and I have had the pleasure twice with both cases being thrown out. We’re talk’in full gear, DEA vest, helmets fully armed with a chopper fly’in over head and a shitload of plain cloths pour’in out of vehicles. You’d of thought I was given away free coffee and donuts in front of a police station their were so many fuck’in [edit].

Jeffersonian
Jeffersonian
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

Not in California federal courts. The fed rules provide for criminal juries of six to twelve persons. I’ve seen federal cases in the 9th district tried with six jurors.

Last edited 1 month ago by Jeffersonian
Bozo
Bozo
1 month ago
Reply to  Jeffersonian

Warrant was issued out of Wisconsin.
Will go on trial there… first I guess.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Jeffersonian

It takes 6 jurors to convict in Federal Court, yes. I am not sure of the legal verbage or condition you refer and will get back to you. You must have a third more to be a valid jury I was taught. Time to dust off some research I must know the answer.

Last edited 1 month ago by Legallettuce
Splashy ninja
1 month ago

Kamal the 🐪 , your legend for this tunnel freakin elchapo of AP . Keeping you and yours in my prayers.

Guest
Guest
1 month ago
Reply to  Splashy ninja

El Chapo! That’s hilarious.

ILoveplants
ILoveplants
1 month ago

BALLIN!

Panthera Onca
Panthera Onca
1 month ago

So he was growing legally, telling METRC that his crop failed and he had to compost it and then he was selling it out of state. He also stored his cash in the house. Stupid move and rookie move. In that order.

Senor
Senor
1 month ago
Reply to  Panthera Onca

What would have been a better move? Make packages, slowly adjust them down to zero over a period of sux months and do like maybe one legal sale of trim to SISU?

Open an account in Switzerland or Cayman Islands? Purchase Bitcoin? Invest in real estate?

Neverlayup
Neverlayup
1 month ago
Reply to  Senor

Real estate 4 sure!

Good Ole Days
Good Ole Days
1 month ago
Reply to  Panthera Onca

He wouldn’t have to tell Metrc that his crop failed, because he probably couldn’t even sell it this year ! It’s like Hometown Buffet of cannabis out there right now 🤷‍♀️ Hopefully you’re the special of the day, otherwise you get to put your product in line with, literally, 100’s of others! There is no longer “ fresh dep “ season, it’s a year round plethora raining cannabis 😫😡

Yeah,sure
Yeah,sure
1 month ago
Reply to  Good Ole Days

Yes he would have to tell Metrc that his crop failed. If you even lose one plant you have to report it to metrc and remove it from the system. What you report and what you do with the weed is one thing, but report you must.

Mendocino Mamma
Mendocino Mamma
1 month ago

When ya gotta make tunnels and secret rooms to stash your excess that is ridiculous. You killed it. Could have retired then but pushed it too far. Many ballerz around he ran with a crew. They cry broke when down to a million in the barrel. Folks built the tunnel room he did not do it alone. . Contractors love cash jobs. Lots of high end homes built k code status in the triangle. He will be out. Has other cash stash most likely.

AP GROWRRR
AP GROWRRR
1 month ago

Anything is “excess” and “going too far” especially for broke ass Mendo hippy farmers lol 😂 such haters 🤦‍♂️ Only broke people make your types of comments. Write that down 📝

Mendocino Mamma
Mendocino Mamma
1 month ago
Reply to  AP GROWRRR

????

Yeah,sure
Yeah,sure
1 month ago

Exactly….

Lynn H
Lynn H
1 month ago

Wow. I always wanted a secret tunnel and a secret room. I’ve heard of buried buses and containers with tunnels from the 80’s and 90’s, but this one looks pretty slick.

My roommate found a secret room in a house we rented years ago in SF. She took a circular saw to a suspicious space in the house and found a secret room- about 9 ft x 9ft. Completely walled off. No electricity. We never could figure out what it was originally for. Doesn’t compare to this though.

Gbuck
Gbuck
1 month ago

Shitty concrete work!!!

Bad father
Bad father
1 month ago

CHAMISE CREEK FARMS, LLC Company Number 201625310204 Status Franchise Tax Board (Ftb) Suspended/Forfeited Incorporation Date 1 September 2016 (about 5 years ago) Company Type DOMESTIC Jurisdiction California (US) Registered Address 2174 ALDERPOINT ROAD GARBERVILLE 95542 United States Inactive Directors / Officers KAMAAL LEE OWEN RAIN & ZEPP, A PROFESSIONAL LAW CORPORATION, agent Registry Page https://businesssearch.sos.ca.gov/CBS… RSS feed icon Recent filings for CHAMISE CREEK FARMS, LLC 22 Jul 2020 SI-COMPLETE view 2 Dec 2019 SI-COMPLETE view 16 Oct 2018 SI-COMPLETE view 21 Oct 2016 SI-COMPLETE view 1 Sep 2016 REGISTRATION view Source California Secretary of State, https://businesssearch.sos.ca.gov/CBS…, 2 Aug 2021 ADD DATA (WEBSITE, ADDRESS, ETC) Company Addresses MAILING ADDRESS PO BOX 416, GARBERVILLE, CA, 95542 Company network Not yet available for this company. Click to find out more Latest Events 2021-01-28 – 2021-04-30 Addition of officer KAMAAL LEE OWEN, 2021-04-30 – 2021-08-01 Became inactive 2021-04-30 – 2021-08-01 Change of status from ‘Active’ to ‘Franchise Tax Board (Ftb) Suspended/Forfeited’ See all events This shows this guy Kamaal Owen is nothing short of a dishonest lyin POS. His “legal status“ was forfeited in August because of his nefarious actions and behavior. Especially the part about being in possession of many weapons, cocaine, psilocybin… Read more »

Fred Thedogue
Fred Thedogue
1 month ago
Reply to  Bad father

I’d like to congratulate drugs for winning the war on drugs. Cannabis, MDMA and psilocybin don’t belong on any controlled substance list. The corporate funded attacks on consciousness altering substances is the over reach of government and resistance to such tyranny is the duty of every freedom loving person. All the rest of the comments are haters and small people green with envy. What’s the difference between legal and illegal cannabis? The tax man.

Anonymous
Anonymous
30 days ago
Reply to  Fred Thedogue

She owns high tide clothing store in garberville

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Bad father

He’s a bad father for not paying taxes? He’s a bad father because of 7grams of coke only enough MDMA and shrooms just to mention, no weight or count. He’s a bad father, really. Actually the [edit] just saw an opportunity to seize some cash is what it looks like to me and they seem very butthurt they didn’t get to the safe first.

I like stars
I like stars
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

I have no problem with shrooms, but that looks like a pretty fat sack and if I were caught holding it I would expect some trouble to come of it.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

Does not make him a bad father. It makes him a vulnerable human but it has nothing to do with fathering skills was my point.

Misguidedyouth
Misguidedyouth
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

Fat sack of shwag looking indoor plastic boomers. Shwag.

E=mc2
E=mc2 (@efox6845)
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

Not if you live in Arcata

I like stars
I like stars
1 month ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Depends on whether you are dealing with local PD or feds.

Misguidedyouth
Misguidedyouth
1 month ago
Reply to  E=mc2

Shwag indoor biomes grown by jaded indoor weed growers can suck a fat one.. here try mine

smarter than you
smarter than you
1 month ago
Reply to  Bad father

damn.

Last edited 1 month ago by smarter than you
rollin
rollin
1 month ago
Reply to  Bad father

So in other words your jelly because he’s successful and you work a shitty 9 to 5?

AP GROWRRR
AP GROWRRR
1 month ago
Reply to  rollin

Exactly – there’s just a bunch of simple lazy close minded slave-driven 9-5ers getting butt hurt on here

Kona
Kona
1 month ago
Reply to  Bad father

2021-04-30 – 2021-08-01
Change of status from ‘Active’ to ‘Franchise Tax Board (Ftb) Suspended/Forfeited’

This happens when you don’t file your sales and use tax on time. It doesn’t mean him or his company is doing anything nefarious. All he has to do to bring his company active is file his California sales and use tax for 2020.

Your comment that:

“His “legal status“ was forfeited in August because of his nefarious actions and behavior” IS complete bullshit.

[edit]

How dare you comment on this man parenting or his honor?? You clearly know nothing about him.

Your making judgements based on a press release written by federal attorneys and prosecutor out of a weed hating state like Wisconsin?? Maybe you don’t belong here.

PS, Kym kemp. I’m disappointed that you would approve this [edit] original comment 😔

Last edited 1 month ago by Kym Kemp
I like stars
I like stars
1 month ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Is “asshat” a nice thing to call other folks?

Entering a world of pain
Entering a world of pain
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

Wait didn’t u just call out someone for “soft snitching” a few hours ago. Wanna have your cake and eat it too huh lol

I like stars
I like stars
1 month ago

If you read my comment, it suggests just making the report, not beating around the bush. I do enjoy a nice cake, but I’m more of a pie fan.

Commoncents
Commoncents
1 month ago
Reply to  Bad father

Hey ya think its wise to post this persons info on here ? You have an ip address genious . If your allegations were even slightly true …….. leave the poor bastard alone and enjoy the show.

Charlie
Charlie
1 month ago
Reply to  Commoncents

It’s public information easy to find.

catbus1974
catbus1974
1 month ago
Reply to  Bad father

you’d make a great cop too.

Another hippy kid "success" story
Another hippy kid "success" story
1 month ago

200k ? That was just the spending money.

Lost Croat OutburstD
Lost Croat Outburst (@lostcroatoutburst)
1 month ago

200K? That was in the sink trap.

Dipshit
Dipshit
1 month ago

Rogue country farm llc. – Do the crime do the time. No Oregon operation anymore ?

https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_ca/201625310204

Tunnel time
1 month ago

Wow I think I saw some miss spoke situations in the feds statements. First of all who says the safe was recently empty and if they didn’t see anyone go through the tunnel to the safe then is it so. I’m no expert on the law but I don’t think they can prove any of that. Then there is the acquisition that he knowingly sold to this DTO group. Who in the F knows where it goes after it leaves your hands. The guy could have said anything to Kamal on what or where he was going and doing with it. I’d say that this is pretty flimsy. Oh and who doesn’t want a tunnel to keep out of the rain

Yeah,sure
Yeah,sure
1 month ago
Reply to  Tunnel time

You actually believe all of the details of this case are stated in this article and you can make a clear assessment of the Feds actions or any of it for that matter?
But go ahead, speculate away..

C JD
C J (@disqus_jmplgn2ci7)
1 month ago

It’s still illegal at the federal level so why is this shocking? Honestly I’d rather see the feds deport illegals than bust small time pot grows but this is the world we live in…..

Feds have the wrong guy!!
Feds have the wrong guy!!
1 month ago
Reply to  C J

Bust this guy while in the past president’s four years is walking free for bilking the American Public taxpayers millions of dollars flitting around the world playing golf? And sending his family on all expense trips around the world doing their father’s supposed business that should have been illegal. This guy should be in prison not a guy growing weed.

Yeah,sure
Yeah,sure
1 month ago

Most billionaires get preferential treatment but make no mistake the Trump Crime Family and associates are in some deep shit.

Shakaka
Shakaka
1 month ago

Here here.

Wallan
Wallan
1 month ago

They should bust our new neighbor on Wallan Rd next. Rumor is he’s selling dope there. Traffic in and out at all hours bringing dope, music blasting at his coke parties, entire neighborhood is sick of it

I like stars
I like stars
1 month ago
Reply to  Wallan

If you’re going to soft-snitch anyway, might as well just call the anonymous tip line.

Entering a world of pain
Entering a world of pain
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

We used to call it “dry snitching”

catbus1974
catbus1974
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

pretty sure that was “lightweight” snitching, but snitching nonetheless.
Dry snitching would be if two or three people are blamed, and one pipes up: “Well, I didn’t do it”.
Snitching would be saying something like: “Or new neighbor on such n such road, does disco with dildos and dudes. All hours of the night, cruddy music, more old people noise”.

I know me
I know me
1 month ago
Reply to  Wallan

I live in the neighborhood and I don’t have a clue what you’re talking about. Haven’t heard any loud music etc.so no “entire neighborhood is sick of it”

Wallan
Wallan
1 month ago
Reply to  I know me

You probably sell your dope there

I know me
I know me
1 month ago
Reply to  Wallan

Wish I had some to sell….

Yeah,sure
Yeah,sure
1 month ago
Reply to  I know me

I’ve heard about it and I’m no where near it. Word gets around.
Maybe you’re not nearby but in the “ neighborhood “.

catbus1974
catbus1974
1 month ago
Reply to  I know me

then it was “ghost snitching”

Entering a world of pain
Entering a world of pain
30 days ago
Reply to  catbus1974

That’s a good one. Have to remember that

Gbuck
Gbuck
1 month ago

All that money and couldn’t hire a professional concrete contractor

JustWantToHearTheEndOfTheStory
JustWantToHearTheEndOfTheStory
1 month ago

My, he must be popular in SoHum, the comments are gushing, and Kym, you usually aren’t quite this careful in your wording. As for being a “‘little guy” providing medicine, the “1080 pounds of processed and packaged marijuana, a quarter of an ounce of cocaine, and an disclosed amount of MDMA powder, MDMA pills, and psilocybin mushrooms” seems to indicate otherwise.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago

It’s only 7 grams of coke he’s no Al Pachino. MDMA is a harmless drug if pure and shrooms are just fun. Plus, so minimal for the [edit] to mention amount or weight. Half a ton of weed ain’t much especially when some growers can cover litteraly a mountain side with plants. This was a greedy cash grab using federal resources. Justified by the federal government classifying the plant as a scedule 1 narcotic because it has no medicinal value which is a lie! They will want to plea bargain with him cause they know it’s just a matter of time before a case makes it to the Supreme Court and the law is repealed. Ask for a jury trial and let them know you’re willing to take it to SCOTUS to rule. Guaranteed the next plea offer will be a slap on the hand and probation.

Non-fiction
Non-fiction
1 month ago
Reply to  Legallettuce

MDMA is not harmless…that “idea” is fucking absurd.

The MA in MDMA is Meth Amphetamine.

Pure MDMA can easily dehydrate the body on a cellular level within “proper” dosing levels. Plus the demineralizing of the blood and bones.

With improper dosing can quite easily OD.

Is addictive and can really fk up the dopamine/serotonin balance which, literally, feeds the “need for more” feedback loop.

Regular use can lead to that zombie look so common w meth freaks.

None of this is new info.
For teens and children all of these issues are magnified plus others not mentioned.

LL, you may be somewhat knowledgable about “some” things but not as much a YOU think.
Sometimes the smell of arrogance permeates your comments and goes hand in hand with the evident ignorance.

Last edited 1 month ago by Non-fiction
Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Non-fiction

Your right I do not know anything about MDMA. Never taken it I only really know weed. All my info on the drug comes from users and obviously one sided.

catbus1974
catbus1974
1 month ago
Reply to  Non-fiction

just stop your grandmothering of the masses.

Non-fiction
Non-fiction
30 days ago
Reply to  catbus1974

Mdma isn’t harmless or without significant risk just bcuz it’s pure.

Why don’t you share some data or evidence to show otherwise…cat?

[edit]

Heard of biochemistry?

Ever seen an ecstasy zombie rotting from long term regular use? Try holding a conversation w em.

Ever seen a rave kid seize?
Or just collapse?
Some don’t get back up, ever.

I watched a LOT of friends throw life potential down the tubes. A couple died…just in our circle.
Not counting the DWIs and double vehicular manslaughter at 730a on a sunday morn.

X was way cleaner back in the early mid 90s than the ocean of shit most Xers are swimming thru today.
High schoolers were pullin down lbs before the internet age.

I saw the X shitstorm first hand.
All with near NSF purity Texas powder, never stepped on.

X isn’t a fkn flower. Then again not all unconcentrated flowers are harmless either.

Catbus1974
Catbus1974
30 days ago
Reply to  Non-fiction

OMGZ. Everyone gets it. MDMA is not for you..
Geez, move along already with your bring down.

Non-fiction
Non-fiction
29 days ago
Reply to  Catbus1974

Oh damn…[edit]

Facts just ruins the vibe huh?

Enjoy yer meth kiddos

Non-fiction
Non-fiction
29 days ago
Reply to  Catbus1974

What’s the problem?
Who said you have to read anything written here?

Hypersensitive much?

Have problems hearing things that shatter your world view?

Smallfry
Smallfry
29 days ago
Reply to  Non-fiction

I have studied MDMA quite a bit. It was one of my favorite research subjects for a time.. And your partially right about the Meth part. To a point. But MDMA is also not Meth the way salt is not Chlorine. Chlorine is poisonous, but sodium chloride is essential to life. MDMA is not a “type of methamphetamine,” and while the two drugs share similarities in structure, their actions in the brain is quite different. It’s actually more structurally related to the hallucinogen mescaline.. Most anything taken in excessive doses and abused regularly is dangerous. Drink to much Alcohol and you could end up in the hospital with liver poisoning. Also, maybe late night alcohol infused raves, I am sure people don’t drink enough water.. very important to drink water with MDMA.. and late night parties should have plenty freely available. MDMA is an excellent therapeutic drug. It’s excellent for Marriage counseling. Taken once in a while..talking with your other and loved ones is healthy. Of course there is always a danger of MDMA mixed with other substances that aren’t so good.. and that’s dangerous for sure. There are test kits available if people would only use them more often… Read more »

Non-fiction
Non-fiction
29 days ago
Reply to  Smallfry

Yep…finally a comprehensive viewpoint with nuance rather than bullying crap.

OG OG
OG OG
1 month ago

If you wier a big fish, then you’d know this guy has small hands. Whom only has one tunnel and that chump change cash that’s to heavy for a big fish to even worry about carrying when it’s more fun to fly away in a jet pack and leave that dirty money as a tip and hush money for the minions. I learned early, donate to the proper peoples, never hire anyone from the US and fly in all help and construction workers and all should be well, plus of course never work after 4pm or eat fast food, or use floride in toothpaste.

Shakaka
Shakaka
1 month ago

As I mentioned, nothing that wasn’t sold in soda or considered a breakthrough medicine for one issue or another in the past century.
He’s an indescressionate workaholic and I’ve criticism of him that go back years, but, again, you’ll notice all the ‘wrongdoing’ he’s done (and, many people who know him know this) boils down to smuggling, speeding, and dodging legal hoops, which, if memory serves is all within the opperating procedure of the Millennium Falcon.

rollin
rollin
1 month ago

Tunnels awesome. Go Kamaal!

Guest
Guest
1 month ago

#freekamal

Grammaw
Grammaw (@grammaw)
1 month ago

Being permitted to grow and sell pot in CA doesn’t make interstate sales of pot legal. It should be legal federally, but isn’t. This guy got greedy and fucked himself.

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Grammaw

Greed or just business flayed open for all to judge. Federal law or We The People. I make a product for cancer patients not everything we do is bad. I employ many who most wouldn’t and I treat them with respect not fearful judgement. Many good hearts and the law is not justified you even say so yourself. You are We The People by the way.

jack bourne
jack bourne
1 month ago

This makes me proud of my community, how many underground tunnels are there in sohum, props to this guy for having huge balls.

Garbervillian
Garbervillian
1 month ago
Reply to  jack bourne

Ten Toes Down where you at ?!

Garbervillian
Garbervillian
1 month ago
Reply to  jack bourne

Props on the underground slide !

Guest
Guest
1 month ago

The many saints of sohum

Garbervillian
Garbervillian
1 month ago
Reply to  Guest

I got the good lord in my grow

Gavin'sComb
Gavin'sComb
1 month ago

Bye, bye fool, this ain’t Humboldt, this is the fed. I don’t know your salient score, but even if it’s a ten your looking at 120 months—-minimum. By the way, you’ll start your term at Marion. Sixty months in an underground slam, and with a little luck, they’ll transfer you to Terminal Island after 5 years. That’s the best case scenario assuming they don’t file a R.I.C.O. Greed is a harsh mistress.

Akasha
Akasha
1 month ago
Reply to  Gavin'sComb

Naww… I’ll get out with no jail time will probation and maybe some community service that’s how it works these days

Farce
Farce
1 month ago

Sad to see everybody line up in support behind this guy. 1000 pounds and 100s of thousands of dollars? That’s not mellow. That is exactly the unbridled greed that destroyed our community. And if you do not see a problem with that then you have very possibly become a greed grower yourself. Ego and greed- It starts off small but then grows and grows…constantly justifying itself for more, more, more…until it becomes the normalized social code. Hey your friends all think the same! But no it’s not good for you or your community. Was this guy donating some funds to 1) environmental restoration 2) housing the homeless 3) anything decent? I’m guessing not. So why defend him and his excessive greed? Because you want to be like him and believe that you are a “good person”? Well…You’re not! You’re a greedy, selfish person and of the same mindset as the Trumps of the world- all for you and yours, screw everybody else they should have been greedy too. Sad to see what’s become of our scene…or should I say our “scheme”.

Gavin'sComb
Gavin'sComb
1 month ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Here’s his contribution to the “community” on Dec. 4th, 2012.

11370.1(A) – Possess A Firearm And Controlled Substances
11350(A) – Possession of Narcotic Controlled Substance
11550(E) – Under Influence Of Controlled Substance W/Firearm
12025(A) – Carry Concealed Weapon With Prior
23152(A) – DUI Alcohol/Drugs

Legallettuce
Legallettuce
1 month ago
Reply to  Gavin'sComb

Well guess gettin that job at NASA or the CIA just got more difficult. Judgemental Ass!

Shaka Shaka
Shaka Shaka
1 month ago
Reply to  Gavin'sComb

Notable exception from those contributions: anything that cost someone else more than the cost of the cop’s time while arresting him.

OG OG
OG OG
1 month ago
Reply to  Farce

Dude Hey, I started with 30 seeds and turned my operation into a multimillion dollar ecofarm. I saved spotted owls, bought arces for bigfeet to roam wier no guns or pesticides are used, and only off load my medicine via private jet to the District of Columbia. I am hailed a hero in Congress and am working to legalize all drugs by 2028, via running for President. When you hear one of my campaign promises of painting the white house tye dye you will know its me, and I will also be giving out free bong hits for your vote.

Guess
Guess
1 month ago
Reply to  Farce

You are wrong about this one farce

Mega me
Mega me
1 month ago
Reply to  Guess

Yeah I’m not sure , sounds like another sohum douche. Giving big bro hugs to the brothers getting food at flavors with the bedazzled jeans

Entering a world of pain
Entering a world of pain
1 month ago
Reply to  Mega me

Hahahahahhhaahahhahaaaa!
That was a good one!

I like stars
I like stars
1 month ago
Reply to  Mega me

Lol! Bedazzled jeans. I always imagine those dudes woke up in a hurry and were already on the road before they realized they had accidentally put on their girlfriend’s jeans. I know I shouldn’t judge folks by the way they dress, but…

Entering a world of pain
Entering a world of pain
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

It’s ok. Probly the last thing acceptable to judge here. Growdozing assholes

Garbervillian
Garbervillian
1 month ago
Reply to  I like stars

actually your momma’s jeans but close enough

Farce
Farce
1 month ago
Reply to  Guess

I don’t know him. I might be wrong. Those that know know more than me. Guess I had to speak out about the “normalization” of huge scenes and huge cash piles and how I wish we didn’t do that. It killed our community this worship of the “Lifestyles of the Fabulously Blinged and Headier-Than-Thous”…L A values came north and we never stopped to question

Shaka Shaka
Shaka Shaka
1 month ago
Reply to  Farce

I’ve known the guy to be allot of things. Indiscriminate, avoidant of issues, an alcoholic, a workaholic, overly honest, one of poor judgement, who’s internalized the poverty of his youth into an eternal feeling that he’s never done enough, had enough, or contributed like he should, even as he continues to hoard every good feeling and surplus he’s made to his own, greedy, when he isn’t free with his belongings, and frugal, when he isn’t spending his resources too freely on frivolous things. All said though, he’s never meant anywhere near as much harm as the drug war itself. And to my knowledge he’s never been one to be dishonest in anything but the law. I know he wouldn’t call himself a good person, but unlike any dumpy old blueblood narcissist, he’d get his hands dirty working just to prove that he had it in him, and he’d never stop, even when he could, and even now, speeding, smuggling, possession of controlled substances, no one-shot, no substances mentioned that weren’t sold in soda or developed as breakthrough medicines in the past century. Here falls one of the grey market distributor who wouldn’t abide gang violence or terror to secure his… Read more »

Farce
Farce
1 month ago
Reply to  Shaka Shaka

I don’t know him. That’s a decent appraisal of a seemingly decent person. I hope he is strong in heart and spirit to learn and grow from this setback. Many have come through the crappy experience as stronger people. May others take his story as a cautionary tale. I wish him no ill at all…

Community Service
Community Service
1 month ago
Reply to  Farce

I know he spends time doing community service helping make our community a better place. There is a difference between what is right and what is the law. I think the community awareness of this fact is one of the variables that makes our community special. Do you believe people belong in federal penitentiaries for being a farmer? I don’t, whether or not state lines were crossed.