The War on Drugs is Exposed for What it is “A Sick Joke Choking on it’s Own Cynicism”.

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Â?THIS IS ONE BOOK THE OIL AND TIMBER INDUSTRIES WOULD NOT LIKE TO SEE PUBLISHED AND THAT APPLIES DOUBLE TO THE POLITICIANS RECEIVING FUNDING FROM THESE VESTED INTERESTSÂ?.

Toronto, November 5, 2003 -- Hemp Conspiracy details the creation of a legal industrial hemp venture in Nicaragua in 1997/98, as allowed under both Nicaraguan and International law. Following successful implementation and with the 80 ha research crop surviving even Hurricane Mitch, it is destroyed by the DEA and arrest warrants are issued for Canadian based company shareholders. Canadian national and Hemp-Agro SA technical director, Paul Wylie is arrested in Nicaragua.

Sentenced for an indefinite period in “La Modela” prison – arguably the worst on the continent – without any legal defense presented on his behalf. Literally kept alive by his girlfriend’s selflessness and courage, his own faith and mental strength tested to the limit, Paul Wylie rides an emotional roller coaster of false hopes and broken promises - in an environment few westerners could survive in their worst nightmares. The appeal court orders his release after 12 months incarceration, but he has to flee the country – leaving behind his love and the woman that saved him.

Exonerated in 2000, Wylie continues a legal battle to establish justice and one of the most exciting industrial projects the World has ever seen – in Nicaragua.

This book is an important part of the real Green Revolution.Carrying with it several implications for international law, politics and international relations in the 21st century – including the

required steps we must take to implement the Kyoto Treaty.

About Hemp Conspiracy

http://www.hempconspiracy.com contains free access to ALL the evidence, industrial research and legal issues and law.

Both an international petition and one directed to USA government are provided to enable people to engage with this important 21st Century issue and much more.

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