A Marijuana Conspiracy


Roger Christie and the “Green 14”

In the U.S., nearly four out of ten murders, six out of ten rapes and nine out of ten burglaries go unsolved. Law enforcement refuses to commit the time or resources necessary to solve these violent crimes. However marijuana cases are different: the government spends billions of tax dollars every year to arrest and imprison Americans for marijuana crimes. A good example of this is a marijuana case  in Hawaii that made headlines in 2010. A marijuana case the government claims is so big that the leader – a minister – must be held in federal prison without bail to protect the community. The government maintains that he is so dangerous the community would be in grave danger were he granted bail. Killers get bail, so do rapists, but Reverend Christie is too great a threat? This case made national news when fourteen residents on the Island of Hawaii were indicted by a federal grand jury in June 2010. Florence Nakakuni, U.S. Attorney for Hawaii, in a highly publicized press conference, told the world the THC ministry was a “huge pot-growing and selling organization that masqueraded as a religious group”.

Does this look like a huge drug dealer’s home?

Selected members of the THC ministry were rousted and arrested in coordinated raids by 13 law enforcement agencies. One of those targeted is Aaron Zeeman, a poor, disabled medical marijuana patient who had nothing illegal in his possession even after police raided him twice. Still the government is seeking a 5 year mandatory minimum sentence for ‘conspiracy’ based on recorded conversations he had on the phone with Roger Christie about marijuana.

It is common knowledge that Roger Christie had conversations regarding marijuana with virtually everyone. That includes elected officials, police and even prosecutors.  He testified publicly at county council meetings about the THC ministry, meetings that all the mentioned officials attended at one time or another.  Were they all conspiring with Roger? They talked to him about it, and he told them he was dispensing marijuana.

There were two sets of raids, the first raid occurred early in 2010, but no one was arrested. The first raids were well publicized and reinforced what many residents of the Big Island already believed, Roger Christie’s THC ministry was in fact operating within the law. He advertised, had large banners on main street, one of which said – “We use cannabis religiously and so can you!” – the THC ministry operated openly for many years, and even after police raids there were no arrests. Why didn’t the police close down the THC ministry years ago? Why wasn’t Roger arrested long ago? If this was a “huge” pot-growing and selling organization masquerading as a religious group why did the government wait?

Are federal marijuana laws being used to punish political activist here?

What the government is doing to Aaron, Roger, and some of the other green 14, should make Americans sit up and take notice. There were no illegal marijuana plants, money or dried marijuana found at Mr. Zeeman’s property — he had nothing illegal in his possession. The only evidence the government claims to have against him are tape recordings. They claim he talked about marijuana. However marijuana was Roger’s religion, it’s how he communed with god. Roger talked to everyone about cannabis and sacrament. That is not in dispute. Why is Aaron Zeeman’s case different? They want to put Aaron in prison for talking about marijuana with the self proclaimed cannabis minister, from a Ministry that our local government had knowingly allowed to dispense marijuana openly for many years.

Nakakuni says there was a conspiracy to use religion to evade the marijuana laws. There was a conspiracy, just not the one the government has so neatly packaged. The conspiracy is the one the federal government has engaged in for the last two and a half years that led to these indictments. The government planned an elaborate operation that used the full force and resources of 13 law enforcement agencies for over 2 years to turn what should have been a small town marijuana investigation into a fantasy federal case. Thirteen other residents were swept up in the elaborate plan the government set in motion 2 years earlier. After all that planning, cost and effort the government produced very little marijuana. It was not a thousand pounds, or a hundred pounds, not even ten pounds. The police found about 32 ounces of marijuana in the THC offices. They may have found some more at some of the other locations but hardly notable when we consider how many  tons of marijuana pour into the U.S. every day. Why is the government lying by calling this case a “huge” marijuana dealing operation? The claim is laughable in relation to the DOJ’s own figures.

The police found some plants– but the people that had them are the ones that are getting the deals. Aaron didn’t even know those people, but he is being charged for their plants.

About three million pounds of marijuana is seized at the borders of the United States every year. Marijuana is also the number one domestic cash crop grown in the United States. The U.S. Department of Justice says over 8 millions plants were eradicated in 2008 alone. The federal government uses more resources to interdict and eradicate marijuana than any other drug, bar none. Despite these efforts marijuana can be found in every city and town in the United States. The sum of 210,000 pounds (105 tons) was found in one border raid last year, then 2 weeks later another 40 to 50 thousand pounds was found coming through an elaborate tunnel system. These are large organized drug smuggling operations. The THC ministry on the other hand was insignificant in this context. Anyone with any integrity at all would be hard pressed to make the argument that the THC ministry was a “huge drug operation”.

Aaron Zeeman cannot even remember the alleged conversations, because he contracted  a neurological disease, Parasitic Meningitis (Rat Lung disease), prior to those conversations. The disease left a lesion on his  brain and his memory has been greatly affected. He still has not recovered and according to friends his mental abilities have yet to return to normal. After Aaron was stricken, Roger Christie found him in a hotel room suffering the serious effects of the rat lung disease. Roger anointed him with Holy oil and prayed over Aaron.  That created a bond between Aaron and Roger that was very strong. Aaron then helped Roger in his successful campaign to get Lowest Law Enforcement for Cannabis on the ballot. The initiative passed overwhelmingly and became law. That attracted the attention of the government, they were shocked when the initiative passed and they decided they had to do something. Roger was winning the hearts of the people in Hawaii county. Hawaii county police chief Kobijiri and prosecutor Jay Kimura both testified at county council meetings that they would not obey the new voter passed law. This case was manufactured as payback for those political activities. The political implications of the case are clear.

Aaron suffers the effects from the parasites (microscopic worms) that infect his entire nervous system to this day. His brain and mental capacities were impaired by this. He also has and still suffers from chronic neuropathic pain throughout his extremities. The damage the parasitic worms did to his brain and nervous system are ongoing. Aaron credits Roger with helping him get through the sometimes fatal disease.

But that’s not the worst of it for Aaron:  As a result of his arrest,  Aaron’s daughter is now living on the mainland. He has lost what mattered most to him. When the police raided his property, they brought Child Protective Services  with them. Why? The government took the children from some defendants in this case. They then used the children to pressure the parents to become state witnesses. The implied threat is clear: testify for the government or lose your children. The government’s actions in this case have crossed the line of what a free society expects of it.

Many church members believed the religious practices of the THC ministry were covered by constitutional protections of freedom of religion. Roger had been openly practicing his religion out of the well known store front for most of the last decade. He advertised, testified at public hearings, was quoted in the local paper and did interviews in magazines like High Times.

People believed what Roger was saying, why shouldn’t they? He had marijuana plants in his office and openly dispensed marijuana for many years. If he was breaking the law, the police could have arrested him at any time, but they didn’t. Why not? By allowing THC ministries to dispense marijuana openly for nearly a decade, the government itself promoted the faith many people in Hawaii County and around the country had in what Roger preached and practiced. Because the government allowed the THC ministry to operate openly for so many years, people came to expect and did believe that they were protected under the constitution. Roger’s message was hardly a secret.The authorities were well aware of this but did nothing, even as the membership continued to increase and more and more people became convinced the religious use of marijuana was legal through Roger Christie’s THC ministry.

The Politics Of The War On Marijuana

Over 800,000 Americans are arrested for marijuana crimes every year, most for possession of small amounts and the prisons are full of these non violent people that hurt no one.

Roger Christie’s marijuana activism has been well documented over the last 25 years, most of the residents on the Big Island, and people across the country even around the world have heard of Roger and the THC ministry. Aaron on the other hand is not widely known for activism, or marijuana, he is known in the community as a loving father, for founding a local football league, and for always being willing to help those in need .

Aaron’s situation is devastating. He really needs some good legal help that he is not getting right now and time is running out. This man lives in an old army tent  and had nothing illegal at all. He was arrested and charged with growing plants the police found at someone else’s home. Aaron had never met or talked to the people that actually possessed the plants that he is charged with growing.

Welcome to federal drug conspiracy law. The people that actually had the plants Aaron is charged with growin made a deal to testify against Roger Christie in exchange for reduced sentences. Aaron is facing  federal prison for their plants, plants he knew nothing about. The government facilitated,  created and nurtured this whole case. They in effect manufactured this case out of what should have been just another small town marijuana bust, and now Aaron is suppose to pay the price? The question becomes why, why not just arrest Roger Christie years ago if he was breaking the law? By not stepping in years ago,  the government by their actions became a party to establishing the belief that the THC ministry was operating legally. By their actions the government is guilty of creating the whole case; they could have stopped this years ago but didn’t. The government’s own records establish they knew about everything that was happening. How could they not? Everybody knew about it! Those are the facts – the government knowingly and intentionally conspired to create this whole drug cartel fantasy – to justify their desire to shut Roger Christie up, and they are willing to destroy Aaron to accomplish that.

The facts do not support the government’s case against Aaron Zeeman. He is no drug kingpin by any stretch of the imagination, and the government knows it.

The THC ministry raids netted a total of $21,494.00 in cash, according to  Florence Nakakuni, U.S. Attorney for Hawaii. Thirteen law enforcement agencies investigated this case for 2 years. Where is all the money? The government claims there were millions in marijuana– but found virtually no money. So where is it? Below is a picture of the kind of money real drug rings produce, now compare that to the $21,000.00 found in this case. Show me the money!

U.S. banks can launder billions without criminal charges so why should Aaron Zeeman go to prison for doing nothing, it makes no sense, its a marijuana conspiracy  for political repression.

American banks were caught red handed laundering billions in drug money, they admitted doing it but were never criminally prosecuted.

This case and many others are a travesty of justice and calls the whole justice system into question.

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  • August 18, 2015

    Aloha. Thanks for reminding me of this terrific report.

    Who ‘owns’ our bodies? It needs to be each of us. Do you know the legal difference between these two names? Roger Christie v. ROGER CHRISTIE?

    There is no such righteous thing as an illegal plant on planet Earth; that’s an oxymoron.

    Here’s to much better days ahead with freedom for Cannabis hemp. Health, wealth, happiness and spiritual connection from a green plant bearing seeds.

    As much as I like – and dislike – the Bible, this section inspires me:

    ” … and the leaves of the tree of life are for healing the nations. No longer will there be any curse. Rev. 22:2-3

    Lots of love to you and yours,




  • RayChristlTHC

    Roger Christie is a great man. How these criminal govt workers can waste 10 million dollars investigating a man who tells local police what he’s doing–absurdity of mindless empire subjugating the children of Queen Lili’uokalani.

  • Ashton Luke

    second picture from the bottom is amazing

  • Healing can be activated using Prolotherapy, a little injection. I have been getting healthier for a year. A FREE Clinic is being planned in Hilo.

  • Great article! I wonder if mr. zeeman could advertise his need for a lawyer on craig’s list, or in the local bar association.

    • Thomas

      Aaron loves your book..Talks about it all the time…..I will mention your idea’s to him……….Thanks….

  • sraman

    Christie has a messiah complex and set himself up for a fall. Most people are ok with providing cannabis for legitimate medical patients, but when he proselytized, telling young people that substance abuse is a religion and providing free samples of illegal drugs, then he crossed the line of propriety. Cannabis is neither a Hawaiian herb nor a sacrament. It does harm to people.

    • Green Thunder

      Cannabis is both a Hawaiian herb (it has been grown here since the seeds came to this land from mariners) AND one of the oldest (if not THE oldest) sacrament known to mankind. Why else would it have been found with many of the oldest mummies and ceremonial (religious!) burials in the world? Along with pipes…

      And in all that time, at least thousands of years, has still done ZERO harm to any person.
      It is far less dangerous than water.

      That is mainly because IT IS A PLANT, NOT A DRUG. DRUGS DO NOT BEAR SEEDS!!

      Ignorance is still the preferred addiction in our culture. The ONLY cure is Wisdom, so roll it up and light some Knowledge.

  • Maui Guy

    The truth is the Police Dept. use marijuana as a means to lock up the young adults and other young Hawaiians, a sort of Ethnic cleansing of Hawaiians and other “undesirables”…. Time to legalize! Meanwhile the whole Island of Maui talks a…bout “Cop Rocks” “and “buying weed from this cop”, it seems that not only are the Police anti-marijuana, but a larger proportion of them are also in the illicit “Ice” or “Batu” dealing business along with the buds they confiscate from other unfortunate smokers……
    In other words: Many Hawaii Police are Corrupt!!

    • buddah belly

      Yes, we have that problem here on the Big Island as well, Maui Guy. We have heard the FBI is investigating about 8 police over here, but we can’t get any details.

      An acquaintance of ours said he called the police several weeks ago, he found pot growing all over his property, but they told him they would not come out because it is only “short season”…I guess that means the plants are too small for them to make much money on…

  • US Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) has announced he will not seek reelection in nearly two years but he has reintroduced the National Criminal Justice Commission Act and he plans to push for it’s passage. The measure, after a top-to-bottom review, hopes to offer concrete recommendations for reform of the nation’s criminal justice system and had bipartisan support last year; it cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee and passed the full House of Representatives. The Senator is confident it will pass in this session.

    “We’re going to get it done,” proclaimed the true patriot; servant of the American dream of self-government! Now is the time to insist American warriors get their adrenaline rush catching murderers, child molesters and rapists.

    The carnage and crime associated with illicit drugs are triggered by our demented, punitive policy. It is a policy created problem! Notice alcohol distributors no longer kill off the competition! The people believe in self-government and self-medication.

    Blame the drug war for the disastrous shooting in Arizona recently! Jared Loughner was self medicating with cannabis but an arrest got him off his medication. I believe the cannabis aided in calming his violent tendencies until he could not use for fear of failing to pass a piss test.

    Cannabis promotes a feeling of being connected, of calm and peace, “a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world.” As Carl Sagan so aptly put it.

    It is overkill and morally bankrupt to arrest nonviolent people for making a safer health choice, cannabis or marijuana, compared to other medicinal/social drugs.

    I am afraid; murderers and other violent predators roam free, while we police nonviolent adult social, medicinal and religious drug use. That’s real soft on public safety, soft-in-the-head, out-of-control, historically ignorant policy.

    Didn’t I read that Marc Emery and Roger Christie are being kept in solitary? Does anyone know how many enter the system on a nonviolent drug charge (and history) but end up in solitary confinement, ” tantamount to torture”?

    National Geographic’s Solitary Confinement explores the potentially devastating psychological effects of isolation, paying particular attention to the thousands of Americans who spend, sometimes, years on end imprisoned in solitary confinement. While correctional officers claim the practice effectively controls unruly prisoners, others say being alone in a small space without any outside contact is tantamount to torture.

    This injustice system makes me so ashamed. Only fools can believe we are presently the land of the free. Over “80,000 poor souls” in solitary right now! This injustice system creates serial killers and drives sane people over the edge. Where is the public safety in that?

    Regulation, science based education and treating abuse as a medical problem is rational; a better drug policy increasing public safety and harm reduction plus freeing up untold billions in wasted funds to use toward catching more violent and sexual predators or incarcerating more of those morally bankrupt, who sell drugs to children or drive intoxicated.

    Less than one per cent of the population are actually addicts and drug treatment is seven times less costly than prison. Restore public and law enforcement safety! Change to ethical policy and show fiscal responsibility! Save lives instead of ruining them. Get tough on violent crime!

    Join LEAP, COP and DownsizeDC! Get tough on violent crime! Restore Justice, the guardian of liberty!

  • Stompedonmyrights

    The Kansas Legislaotrs just don’t care if there is new evidence. The Kansas Legislator has more important things to do then help the sick. The bottom line is the Kansas Legislators do not care about the citizens of Kansas. The only way they will care if you take your vote from them. These folks in congress have grown use to their injustice and it is up to us to give them a wake up call.

    Every State, even the Federal Government’s behavior shock the sense of fair play. Now there a chance for a National Debate, the President step into it when he stated it was time. Now we must push this issue into the light of day. We have never been allowed to present our side to this issue. We have been dismissed as criminals. NOW! It is the moment so sign the petition and help get a National Debate on Cannabis.


    • buddah belly

      It’s time to Walk Like an Egyptian and end the War on Cannabis Users!

    • Camille Christie

      While there are many Cannabis supporters, far too many are chicken shits. They talk the talk but they sure as hell don’t walk the walk.

      Speak up, sign the petition, contact your local, state, and federal politicians and make your views known. Just remember to do it in an intelligent and respectful way, lest we provide them with more fodder.

  • Mahalo Brother Thomas,

    Blessing be upon You and to the Light or Truth you are sharing with the world one message at a time!

    The Victory IS already upon us. We are receiving the blessings of abundance and joy that has been created through Roger’s LOVING enterprises. They are and were duly authorized by the Principalities of Light.

    So Be It

    • Carol Barber

      Roger Christie, Aaron and all involved with the THC ministry bust are all guilty. I personally witnessed the loop holes Roger and his compadres perpusely look for in the system that they can get around to illegally sell their pot. Roger running for Mayor was only another financial scam that filled Roger’s pockets. Roger never planned on running the full course for Mayor. Any of us can do what Roger did in regards to running for Mayor. Roger is a danger to our community, because he poisens the minds of the less fortunate and the intire Roger Christie ordeal is a JOKE! Take responsibility for self, Roger and by the way,for the distrot you caused me it’d be nice to have one of your siezed properties to help me truely come up. Because of Roger’s ego I have been blessed for life. Thanks again,my Island Daddy.NOT!

      • buddah belly

        I am wondering How did Roger hurt you? Cannabis should be legal. No victim, no crime. Cannabis overdose is an impossiblity, freedom of choice should be the law. Did Roger MAKE you smoke weed Ms. Barber? Why would you think he made money running for Mayor? What less fortunate people have been poisoned? Do you like that the State of Hawaii made a “Compassionate Medical Marijuana Laws” in the year 2000, and then have systematically arrested and prosecuted medical patients for trying to live by the stupid half-assed laws they created? Why does it hurt you if Roger was trying to give people access to cannabis? The laws are bull, the federal government is illegally keeping cannabis a schedule 1 drug. What part of this don’t you understand?

  • Dan Cole


    To all of you who wish to make your voices “Officially” known and use your voice and blogging skills to bring the racketeering Enterprise of corrupt government officials that have made Rodger Cristie and others Political Prisoners and destroyed the lives of many to their knees so that these corrupt officials will be prosecuted, found guilty, and exchange places with Rodger and others in Federal prison cells.

    Well here is your opportunity to use your State and Federal Constitutional rights and freedoms,to petition the government in redress of greivance and your blogging expertise, to bring this RICO Enterprise to its knees. Look at what the Internet did to the corruption in Egypt.

    Where were all of your voices in protest when you had the opportunity yesterday at 10:00AM to testify and/or present written testimony and documentation into a permanent record of an authority under the United States, The Hawaii County Board of Ethics, where the Board is required by Federal Law 18 USC 4 Misprision of felony, to forward such information and evidence of a felony cogizable by a court of the United States to the proper Federal Authorities, in this case it would be the United States Justice Department Criminal Division, Public Integrity Section, Washington D.C. The Public Integrity Section investigates and prosecutes corrupt Judges, and appointed and elected officials at all levels of County, State, and Federal governments.

    THE ANSWER: You couldn’t have known because when you went the Hawaii County website to look at the Board of Ethics agenda posted for the 9 February 2011 NEW BUSINESS (d.) Petition No. 2011-05: Initial review of petition alleging that an officer conspired to deprive Petitioner of his constitutional rights, in violation of Sections 2-83(a)(3) and 2-83(b) of the Hawaii County Code of Ethics was a complaint filed against Hawaii County Prosecutor Jay Kimura. Anyone could have made public testimony, filed written testimony and any and all other documentation into permanate County records that would have to be forwarded to Federal Investigators in Washington D.C. and would also be available on the Internet to show what the County of Hawaii officials knew about all the corruption surrounding Jay Kimura and his posse.

    THE SOLUTION: The Hawaii State Sunshine Law, HRS 92-1 Declaration of Policy and intent requires that the names of government officials be identified on Public Agendas for the formation and conduct of public policy-the discussions, deliberations, decisions, and actions of government agencies-shall be conducted as openly as possible. The Hawaii State Legislature has declared that this disclosure is to protect the people’s right to know, and provisions requiring open meetings shall be liberally construed.

    The State Office of Information Practices, Director Cathy L. Takase refuses to enforce the Sunshine Law Statutes or make an Official Opinion to force the County of Hawaii to disclose officials names on agendas where they are charged with violations of law, on the County of Hawaii because of her blood relationships to County and State officials in Hilo that are linked to government corruption.

    CONTACT: Hawaii State Governor Neil Abercrombie and demand that he order OIP Director Cathy L.Takase to make a MEMORANDUM OPINION in Investigation (S INVE-P 10-11) this will expose how all these corruptand illegal secret government actions are allowed to flourish.

    CONTACT: Go to the County of Hawaii Website, or contact the Ethics Board secretary Mary E. Crosson at telephone number 808-961-8251 and request that you be placed on the mailing list for all County of Hawaii Board of Ethics agendas. If a few thousand of you do that it will be a start. Then identify Petition No. 2011-05 that was deferred to the March meeting of the Board of Ethics because all but one Board Member at the 9 Feb. 2011 meeting disqualified himself.

    Once you have identified that Petition No. 2011-05 in on an agenda you may submit your hundreds of pages of testimony electronically to the Hawaii County Board of ethics and describe how people’s right are being denied and deprived by Hawaii County Prosecutor Jay Kimura. You can also do that at this time as LATE TESTIMONY to the 9 Feb 2011 meeting Agenda item ad this item was deferred to the March meeting.

    USE THE SYSTEM AGAINST THE SYSTEM, add the Hawaii County Board of Ethics Petition No. 2011-05 as an address on all email communications about Rodger Chritie and others and make the Subject Line: TESTIMONY TO PETITION No. 2011-05 HAWAII COUNTY BOARD OF ETHICS. that require all these emails be placed into the permanent record for the hearings against Jay Kimura.

    Remember and learn from what facebook did to Egypt.


    Half the population of federal prisons is populated just this way and for intended purposes. Slave labor in Federal Prisons is call U.N.I.C.O.R. prison industries.
    I filed an anti-trust violation against them once a upon a time.

  • Dr. T

    In this one scenario, there is far more to the picture then meets the eye.

    That’s Amerika ~ never act untouchable, as then you will realize how very touched you can be.

  • Marilyn Wilson Kehl

    This ia a great and compelling article. I will re-post it to my Facebook page. Since I am Rev. Nancy Harris’s sister, I am more aware of Roger Christie’s case than many mainland Americans. A few years ago, I told a friend not to fear a drug test for a job, as Roger Christie had established a defense for using cannabis for religious purposed. Clearly, this in no longer true.
    Not only has Roger been termed a criminal, a totally innocent man with a serious illness has lost his children and is having his life, liberty and pursuit of happiness threatened because he TALKED to Roger.
    Wake up, people! This is not about marijuana use, for religious purposes or otherwise, any more than it is about wine. This is about THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES and whether or not YOU care that it is being deliberately violated.
    “When they came for the pot-smokers, I did not cry out, for I was not a pot-smoker.” “And when they came for me, there was no one left to cry out.”
    Ask not for whom the bell tolls, my brothers and sisters, it keeps tolling, and tolling, and tolling for Thee!

  • buddah belly

    Great story Thomas, Aaron needs his story told, and we are thankful to you and Hawaii News Daily. Aaron will be at the Friends for Justice booth on Sunday, Feb. 13th for the annual Bob Marley Day celebration at Mooheau Bandstand. Come down and meet Aaron, he will be passing out flyers for the Fully Informed Jury Association, who will be coming out to Hawaii soon to help educate potential jurors to their constitutional rights and responsibilities when they are called to jury duty.

  • Rachel Kline

    I am Aaron Zeeman’s only sister and I am eternally grateful for you writing this article and sharing my brothers’ story. Everything you wrote is completely true. My brother nearly died and I was there nursing him back to health at that time and witnessed Mr. Christy’s visit in our hotel room. Roger is truly a believer in GOD and what he preaches. My brother continues to suffer from his disease and now is being wrongfully persecuted and i pray every day not WRONGFULLY IMPRISONED. As patriotic Americans, we need to change the federal governments EVIL ways! I love you Aaron
    Rachel Kline

    • yobro

      Thank you Rachel.. I am grateful for your comments. I hope that the word spreads about this case and somehow it helps me. Bless you sister. I miss you. Sent those macnuts to Reagan yesterday, I hope she really likes them…
      with Aloha, Yobro

  • Lisa Bartoletti

    Thank you for bringing this travesty of justice to light. Keep up the good work. I’m reposting on facebook.

  • Matt

    mahalo Thomas…great article!

    • Hokulani Cheneviere

      Can I run this one on my blog? This really pushes the issues here. WOW!

      • Thomas

        Please do……It would be great to get it picked up by as many sites as possible…Thanks Hoku