Hemp Industry Leaders Arrested for Planting Industrial Hemp at DEA Headquarters in Act of Civil Disobedience | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Hemp Industry Leaders Arrested for Planting Industrial Hemp at DEA Headquarters in Act of Civil Disobedience

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At approximately 10 a.m. this morning, North Dakota farmer Wayne Hauge, Vermont farmer Will Allen, and fedup American entrepreneurs, who have dedicated their livelihoods to developing and marketing healthy,environmentally-friendly hemp products, for the first time turned to public civil disobedience with the planting of industrial hemp seed at DEA headquarters (700 Army Navy Dr Arlington, VA 22202) to protest the ban on hemp farming in the United States. Even though the U.S. is the largest market for hemp products in the world, and industrial hemp is farmed throughout Europe, Asia and Canada, not a single American farmer has the right
to grow the versatile crop which is used for food, clothing, body care, paper, building materials, auto paneling and more.

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