“It’s important that we’re down here doing this, highlighting the suffering caused by the prohibition of cannabis.”
Authorities in Cork, Ireland have reportedly removed several suspected cannabis plants planted by a local legalization activist outside City Hall.
Martin Condon claims to have added six weed plants to the garden outside the building, which also happens to be located just steps away from the city’s largest police station, according to the Irish Examiner. The plants were said to have been nestled between flowers with purely decorative buds close to the building’s main entrance.
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