You are obviously unaware that the world does not revolve around you. Drugs affect different people differently, and it is not defined by how it has affected YOU.
I have heard the opposite from people who acknowledge that their present mental impairments resulted from prolonged marijuana use. Including delusions, paranoia, mood swings etc.
I understand completely that the world does not revolve around me, and you are 100% correct that drugs do effect differant people differantly.
I agree with you that a small percentage of people who use cannabis can experiance paranoia and mood swings.
In all of my exposure over the years to people who have used cannabis - which is admittedly a lengthy list - I have never heard anything about a cannabis user feeling “invincible” or getting high to go out and look for a fight.
However, even if I am 100% wrong, and you are 100% right, and 100% of the people who smoke cannabis transform into heartless, merciless thugs who attack people without provocation, it will bear no relevence whatsoever to the trial because of the fact that cannabis stays in your system for so long after it was used.
Any defense attorney worth a salt would be able to say that there was “reasonable doubt” that the THC level in his system was from weeks prior to the altercation and have that finding thrown out.
I mean no disrespect to you, FRiend, but I do disagree with you that the THC in Trayon’s system is relevent in any way to the lad’s sad course of action.