Skip to comments.2 bodies found at Napa County marijuana garden
Posted on 07/07/2011 6:29:17 PM PDT by NormsRevenge
Napa, Calif. (AP) -- Authorities are investigating the killing of two men in a massive marijuana garden in a remote area of Napa County.
.. the operation was believed to be part of a larger Mexican drug trade operation.
About 3,000 marijuana plants were found at the garden,..
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Sorry to muddy the waters, but that ain't no 'GARDEN'
...it might’a been some really good s***, you never know.
Like those previously, “garden” or commercial farm? J-school...
Doing the jobs Americans don’t want to do? If the dead are illegals, this is the responsibility of all those in government who permit their presence in this nation against standing US law. They (from the lowest to the highest ranking politicians ignoring the influx of illegal aliens upon this nation), as individuals (not the taxpayers) should shoulder the blame (morally and financially) for these murders. Illegal drugs are rampant across the southern border and U.S. national parks, forests and private lands are being taken over by Mexican drug cartels. Absolutely politicians are aware of this, and pushing it under the rug so as to not offend the illegal alien and hispanic populations and the government of Mexico.
Well, I wonder if this marijuana ‘garden’ was illegal, or part of the California medical marijuana program?
I know of someone who’s ex-girlfriend’s son legally grows medicinal marijuana in Northern California. He is very scared of the Mexican Mafia.
I thought it was Wine Country, not Weed Country.
Hmm, so stash and fields has been morphed into “Gardens” - how quaint....
If you want to see the MJ process in full bloom, just amble up north one more county to Lake County. The whole county runs on Marijuana (Weed County). In Upper Lake, there are physicians whose sole reason for existence it to “diagnose your ills,” and then for a $150. provide you with a prescription which can be filled at several “dispensaries” down the street. I will have to admit, Lake County does have nice roads, so I am left wondering where the money is coming from. I understand that the Lake County Sheriff won’t bust you for possession.
There were only 3 short sentences in the article posted. Here's the relevant one:
"the operation was believed to be part of a larger Mexican drug trade operation."
“Believed to be” is not a conclusive statement.
So a smaller mexican killed them?