Terrorizing Americans in the Name of the “War on Drugs”

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Ashley Gabrielle Huff was kidnapped and thrown into a cage, where she ended up spending 47 days, after police searched the car she was a passenger in, and discovered a SpaghettiO-encrusted spoon they believed was "meth"

Ashley Gabrielle Huff was kidnapped and thrown into a cage, where she ended up spending 47 days, after police searched the car she was a passenger in, and discovered a SpaghettiO-encrusted spoon they believed was “meth”

Jailed Woman Released After Lab Test Proved Spoon Residue Was Spaghettios, Not Meth:
http://truthinmedia.com/jailed-woman-released-after-lab-test-proved-spoon-residue-was-spaghettios-not-meth/

(Barry Donegan) “Uh oh, SpaghettiOs.” 23-year-old Gainesville, Georgia woman Ashley Gabrielle Huff was released from Hall County Jail on Thursday September 18 after residue, found on a spoon in a car in which she was a passenger, tested positive for SpaghettiOs, rather than crystal meth. According to Gainesville Times, she was arrested on July 2 by the Gainesville Police Department on felony meth possession charges when the encrusted spoon was found, as officers believed the dried spaghetti sauce to be residual meth particles. She maintained her innocence from the beginning, pointing out immediately that the spoon had been used for its intended purpose — eating food, rather than as drug paraphernalia.

(Read Entire Article Here…)

My Commentary: 47 days that can never be replaced… Absolutely criminal!

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