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Infowars reporter Joe Biggs continues investigating the border in Hereford, Arizona. In a major drug smuggling corridor there are massive holes that have been cut open by drug cartels in order to drive truck loads full of drugs into the U.S. Not only are these border holes common but they are left open for years at a time allowing an endless amount of immigrants and drugs to pour across the border into the United States.Read Full Article Here
In 1994 Mizanskey was found guilty of "possession and intent to distribute" cannabis. It was his third offence, and under Missouri's "prior and persistent drug offender" law, he was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Campaigners in the US are calling for the release of a man in Missouri serving a life sentence without parole for a marijuana offence. They are crowdfunding and using the hashtag #FreeJeff.
Jeff Mizanskey has been in prison for almost 21 years. For 20 of those years, no-one outside his friends and family had heard of his case. But in the past months, and weeks in particular, that has started to change.
More than 370,000 people have signed an online petition for his release. And now campaigners are crowdfunding to try to raise $21,000 (£12,000) for him - a symbolic $1,000 for each year he's been inside. They plan to spend the money raised on billboards, and a media campaign to raise awareness of his case.Read Full Article Here