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Georgia Sheriff Says It's Time for Martial Law

Sick of conventional wussy drug warfare using old-fashioned methods like warrants and arrests, Sheriff Victor Hill, Clayton County, GA.  proposes that a serious military-like invasion and occupation of drug zones is necessary.

"The war on drugs in Clayton County, as in most jurisdictions, I liken it to the Vietnam War," Hill said. "Hit and miss, there is no clear win -- we don't know if we're gaining ground or not. What we want to do is we want to change our strategy. We want to make this more like a Normandy invasion."
(Thanks to Stop the Drug War)

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uncle osbert Author Profile Page said:

I like how he says "a Normandy invasion". I really hope he means Gaul style, that would surprise the hell out of most stoners.

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