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SUMMARY:  Another Drug War Death: Police Shoot, Kill 80-Year-Old Man In His Own Bed, Don't Find the Drugs They Were Looking For | Deputies approached the house, and what happened next is where things get murky. The deputies said they announced their presence upon entering and were met in the hallway by the 80-year-old man, wielding a gun and stumbling towards them. The deputies later changed the story when the massive bloodstains on Mallory's mattress indicated to investigators that he'd most likely been in bed at the time of the shooting. Investigators also found that an audio recording of the incident revealed a discrepancy in the deputies' original narrative: "Before listening to the audio recording, [Sgt. John] Bones believed that he told Mallory to "Drop the gun" prior to the shooting. The recording revealed, however, that his commands to "Drop the gun" occurred immediately after the shooting." When it was all over, Eugene Mallory died of six gunshot wounds from Sgt. John Bones' MP-5 9mm submachine gun. When a coroner arrived, he found the loaded .22 caliber pistol the two deputies claimed Mallory had pointed at them on the bedside table. Mallory had not fired a single shot. The raid turned up no evidence of methamphetamine on the property.   >> Learn more >> You may comment on the story here,   or give us feed back, here.   >> see also (Upcoming) - More Killed by War than Cannabis <  


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Another Drug War Death: Police Shoot, Kill 80-Year-Old Man In His Own Bed, Don't Find the Drugs They Were Looking For – by Zach Weissmueller | February 13, 2014

In the early morning hours of June 27, 2013, a team of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies pulled up to the home of Eugene Mallory, an 80-year-old retired engineer living in the rural outskirts of Los Angeles county with his wife Tonya Pate and stepson Adrian Lamos. The deputies crashed through the front gate and began executing a search warrant for methamphetamine on the property. Detective Patrick Hobbs, a self-described narcotics expert who claimed he "smelled the strong odor of chemicals" downwind from the house after being tipped off to illegal activity from an anonymous informant, spearheaded the investigation.

The deputies announced their presence, and Pate emerged from the trailer where she'd been sleeping to escape the sweltering summer heat of the California desert. Lamos and a couple of friends emerged from another trailer, and a handyman tinkering with a car on the property also gave himself up without resistance. But Mallory, who preferred to sleep in the house, was nowhere to be seen. Deputies approached the house, and what happened next is where things get murky. The deputies said they announced their presence upon entering and were met in the hallway by the 80-year-old man, wielding a gun and stumbling towards them. The deputies later changed the story when the massive bloodstains on Mallory's mattress indicated to investigators that he'd most likely been in bed at the time of the shooting. Investigators also found that an audio recording of the incident revealed a discrepancy in the deputies' original narrative:

    Before listening to the audio recording, [Sgt. John] Bones believed that he told Mallory to "Drop the gun" prior to the shooting. The recording revealed, however, that his commands to "Drop the gun" occurred immediately after the shooting.

When it was all over, Eugene Mallory died of six gunshot wounds from Sgt. John Bones' MP-5 9mm submachine gun. When a coroner arrived, he found the loaded .22 caliber pistol the two deputies claimed Mallory had pointed at them on the bedside table. Mallory had not fired a single shot. The raid turned up no evidence of methamphetamine on the property.

To find out more about this case, including details about what the police did find, watch the above video, featuring Mallory's widow Tonya Pate. Pate has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, an agency plagued by prison abuse scandals, questionable hiring practices, and allegations of racial profiling and harassment in recent years. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department declined multiple requests to comment on this story.

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Deaths by Cannabis (Marijuana): Annual Causes of Death in the United States | Drug War Facts Annual Causes of Death in the United States | Drug War Facts >> Annual Causes of Death in the United States Related Chapter: Overdose For facts about specific drugs, here's a list of Controlled Substance sections. Medical Marijuana; Methadone & Opioid ... Drug War Facts Podcast; Table of Contents. Chapters By Topical Area; ... (Drug Overdose Deaths and Pharmaceutical Drugs ... (Annual Causes of Death, By Cause) - See more at: Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by Cannabis (Marijuana): Marijuana | Drug War Facts Marijuana | Drug War Facts >> the Poor and the Endurance of the 'War on Drugs,' - University of ... finds no deaths induced by marijuana. The US Drug Abuse ... of Medical Cannabis) ... Marijuana and Driving Laws and Policies Sociopolitical Research Synthetic Cannabinoids, Spice, and K2 Other & Miscellaneous Related Chapters: Addictive Properties Causes of Death - See more at: Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by Cannabis (Marijuana): Deaths Per Year From Drugs In America - Cannabis Deaths Per Year From Drugs In America - Cannabis | Deaths Per Year From Drugs In America ALL LEGAL DRUGS 1,705,000 DEATHS ALL ... Deaths Per Year From Drugs In America: ALL LEGAL DRUGS - 1,705,000 DEATHS, ALL ILLEGAL DRUGS - 6,000 DEATHS ... MARIJUANA - 0 DEATHS ... Medical Marijuana; Activism; Deaths ... Maybe we need a "War on prescription drugs ... Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by Cannabis (Marijuana): How many deaths are due to marijuana? wiki.Answers.com > Wiki Answers > Categories > Health > Medication and Drugs > How many deaths are due to marijuana? | How many deaths are due to marijuana - Answers.com >> According to Drug War Facts, the answer is 0. An exhaustive search of the literature finds no credible reports of deaths induced by marijuana. The US Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) records instances of drug mentions in medical examiners' reports, and though marijuana is mentioned, it is usually in combination with alcohol or other drugs. Marijuana alone has not been shown to cause an overdose death.

Note: This question has been hotly contended and, unfortuntely, a lot of the contention relates to facts and theories that have nothing to do with the question itself (e.g. the number of traffic deaths due to Marijuana, while interesting, is not what this question asks). As such, I've deleted parts of answers that don't apply to this question specifically. Those who wish to take this further are encouraged to start new questions. Addendum: The primary active ingredient in marijuana is tetrahydrocannibinol or THC. However, this is somewhat misleading, in that the effects one experiences when sampling marijuana are derrived from a rainbow of canniboid halluncinogens and intoxicants, all related to but not exactly the same as THC. As plants tend to formulate compounds in wildly varying amounts, one cannot know how much THC or other active ingredients -- if any -- will be delivered from one plant, one leaf, etc.

Turning towards studies that used pure THC or Drabinol -- synthetic THC (which appears to be different enough to be pharmacologically out of parallel with naturally occurring THC), we find that the usual recreational dosage is roughly 10-15mg/kg for a normal human and as much as 75mg per dose for oncology patients. We also find that the LD50 (Lethal Dose 50%) of THC is 1,270mg/kg for male rats. Doing the arithmetic for humans, we find that it takes about 300gm of pure THC to acheive lethality in 50% of the test cases, which amounts to roughly 30,000 marijuana cigarettes (assuming 10mg per cigarette). Under the circumstances, we can honestly say that THC and marijuana in general is not directly very toxic to humans at all, and it's no surprise that there are no recorded, substatiated fatalities resulting from marijuana/THC overdose. ... According to Drug War Facts, How many driving deaths are due to Marijuana? ... Medical Marijuana; Medication and Drugs; >> Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by Cannabis (Marijuana): Marijuana Drug War Facts - Cannabis Consumers Marijuana Drug War Facts - Cannabis Consumers | 4. "Tetrahydrocannabinol is a very safe drug. Laboratory animals (rats, mice, dogs, monkeys) can tolerate doses of up to 1,000 mg/kg (milligrams per kilogram). This would be equivalent to a 70 kg person swallowing 70 grams of the drug -- about 5,000 times more than is required to produce a high. Despite the widespread illicit use of cannabis there are very few if any instances of people dying from an overdose. In Britain, official government statistics listed five deaths from cannabis in the period 1993-1995 but on closer examination these proved to have been deaths due to inhalation of vomit that could not be directly attributed to cannabis (House of Lords Report, 1998). By comparison with other commonly used recreational drugs these statistics are impressive."

13. When examining the relationship between marijuana use and violent crime, the National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse concluded, "Rather than inducing violent or aggressive behavior through its purported effects of lowering inhibitions, weakening impulse control and heightening aggressive tendencies, marihuana was usually found to inhibit the expression of aggressive impulses by pacifying the user, interfering with muscular coordination, reducing psychomotor activities and generally producing states of drowsiness lethargy, timidity and passivity."

14. When examining the medical affects of marijuana use, the National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse concluded, "A careful search of the literature and testimony of the nation's health officials has not revealed a single human fatality in the United States proven to have resulted solely from ingestion of marihuana. Experiments with the drug in monkeys demonstrated that the dose required for overdose death was enormous and for all practical purposes unachievable by humans smoking marihuana. This is in marked contrast to other substances in common use, most notably alcohol and barbiturate sleeping pills. The WHO reached the same conclusion in 1995.

23. "Our conclusion is that the present law on cannabis produces more harm than it prevents. It is very expensive of the time and resources of the criminal justice system and especially of the police. It inevitably bears more heavily on young people in the streets of inner cities, who are also more likely to be from minority ethnic communities, and as such is inimical to police-community relations. It criminalizes large numbers of otherwise law-abiding, mainly young, people to the detriment of their futures. It has become a proxy for the control of public order; and it inhibits accurate education about the relative risks of different drugs including the risks of cannabis itself." Article SOURCE = Read more >>

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Deaths by War on Cannabis (Marijuana): How Many Deaths Are Attributed To The American War on Drugs USA: How Many Deaths Are Attributed To The American War on Drugs | In 2012, 63 people died in the course of US domestic drug law enforcement operations, or one about every six days. Eight of the dead were law enforcement officers; 55 were civilians. >> Law Enforcement Deaths | Law enforcement deaths began and ended the year. The first drug war death, on January 4, was that of Ogden, Utah, police officer Jared Francom, who was serving on the Weber-Morgan Metro Narcotics Strike Force when he was shot and killed during a “knock and enter” SWAT-style raid on a suspected marijuana grower. Five other officers were also shot and wounded, as was the homeowner, Matthew Stewart, who is now charged with his killing and faces a death sentence if convicted. Civilian Deaths

Civilian deaths came in three categories: accidental, suicide, and shot by police. Of the 55 civilians who died during drug law enforcement operations, 43 were shot by police. One man committed suicide in a police car, one man committed suicide in his bedroom as police approached, and a man and a woman died in the aftermath of the Greenland, New Hampshire, drug raid mentioned above, either in a mutual suicide pact or as a murder-suicide. Five people died in police custody after ingesting packages of drugs. They either choked to death or died of drug overdoses. One man died after falling from a balcony while fleeing from police. One man died in an auto accident fleeing police. One Louisville woman, Stephanie Melson, died when the vehicle she was driving was hit by a drug suspect fleeing police in a high-speed chase on city streets. ... Medical Seeds Best-selling medical seeds; Cannabis Cup Winners Best-selling cannabis cup ... Roughly three out four drug war deaths were of minority ... Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by War on Cannabis (Marijuana): IN: The Drug War's Casualties | Marijuana.com IN: The Drug War's Casualties | Marijuana.com >> A circuit court judge in Mississippi has ordered a new sentencing trial for Cory Maye, a man sentenced to death for shooting a police officer who had broken into his home in a no-knock drug raid in 2001. Judge Michael Eubanks ruled recently that Maye's legal counsel during the sentencing phase was unconstitutionally inadequate, and he is expected to rule later on requests for a "not guilty" verdict or a new trial. Maye's plight is a case study in the problems with drug policing in America, from questionable confidential informants to invasive paramilitary tactics, overworked and underfunded defense attorneys, and how all of the above seem to disproportionately affect low-income people, particularly African-Americans.

Maye, who is black, shot a white police officer, Officer Ron Jones, who also happened to be the son of the town police chief, in Prentiss, Miss., a town plagued by poor race relations, high unemployment, soaring crime rates, and a burgeoning drug trade. Late on the night of Dec. 26, 2001, Jones assembled a group of policemen to respond to a tip from a confidential informant that there was marijuana in the bright yellow duplex Maye and his family shared with a man named Jamie Smith. Smith, described in the search warrants as a "known drug dealer," had drug charges pending against him from the previous August.

Maye maintains that he didn't know the raiding officers were police. ... The Drug War's Casualties Radley Balko ... Medical Seeds Best-selling medical seeds; Cannabis Cup Winners Best-selling cannabis cup winners; Vaporizers. Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by War on Cannabis (Marijuana): Drug War Statistics | Marijuana Statistics | Mexico Drug War Drug War Statistics | Marijuana Statistics | Mexico Drug War ... Statistics on the Mexican drug war, drug war incarceration, drug war spending, marijuana arrests, ... Number of states that allow the medical use of marijuana: ... Number of people killed in Mexico's drug war since 2006: 70,000+ Number of people in the U.S. that died from a drug overdose in 2010: 38,329 Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by War on Cannabis (Marijuana): Ongoing drug war deaths - Drug WarRant Ongoing drug war deaths - Drug WarRant | We’ve talked about this before, but one of the truly criminal aspects of the international drug war is the extent to the UNODC and western governments ignore, facilitate, or outright fund and promote outrageous human rights abuses worldwide in the name of the drug war. The Guardian brings it home again: Has Britain’s war on drugs led to more executions in Iran? In the 12 months to November last year, there were at least 600 executions, according to Amnesty International, 81% of which were for drugs offences. And, among increasingly vocal human rights groups, the concern now is that the UK has unwittingly helped fuel the killing machine. There is no shortage of those awaiting execution. It is estimated that as many as 4,000 Afghans alone are on death row in Iran for drugs offences. There are reports that some are executed without a trial and that others are juveniles. Human rights groups claim that many of those executed come from the most disadvantaged sectors of society. Some are women. Many of those arrested have been duped into carrying drugs for others. ... Why is Marijuana Illegal? Drug War Victims; ... 4 comments to Ongoing drug war deaths. ... Medical Cannabis: Voices from the Frontlines; Ongoing drug war deaths Article SOURCE = Read more >>

Deaths by War on Cannabis (Marijuana): Who Was Killed in America's Drug War Last Year? Drug War Chronicle > Issue #765 >> Who Was Killed in America's Drug War Last Year? - by Phillip Smith, January 02, 2013 (Issue #765) | For the past two years, Drug War Chronicle has been tracking all the US deaths directly attributable to domestic drug law enforcement, including the border. You can view the 2011 deaths here and the 2012 deaths here. Soon, we will hand our findings out to criminal justice and other professionals and then issue a report seeking to identify ways to reduce the toll. In the meantime, we can look at the raw numbers from last year and identify some trends.

A New Orleans police officer was indicted for killing Wendell Allen during a drug raid in March. (family photo)Before we begin, though, it's important to note our resource and data limitations, as well as explaining what gets included and what doesn't. We depended largely on Google news alerts for "officer shoots" or "officer kills" and their variations (trooper shoots, deputy shoots, police shoot, etc.) We can't claim that the list is exhaustive -- some initial reports never mention drugs, although they were involved; some others may have slid through the cracks. (Our tally includes several cases where people collapsed and died during or immediately after being arrested; the drug link became apparent only weeks or months later when toxicology reports came back. We could have missed others.)

We also used fairly tight criteria for inclusion. These deaths had to have occurred during drug law enforcement activities. That means people whose deaths may be at least partially blamed more broadly on drug prohibition (overdoses, AIDS and Hepatitis C victims, for example) are not included. Neither are the deaths of people who may have been embittered by previous drug law enforcement operations who later decide to go out in a blaze of glory, nor the deaths of their victims. It's only people who died because of drug law enforcement. And even that is something of a grey area. One example is traffic stops. Although they ostensibly are aimed at public safety, drug law enforcement is at least a secondary consideration and, sometimes, as in the case of "pretextual stops," the primary consideration, so we include those deaths when it looks appropriate. Another close call was the case of a Michigan father accused of smoking marijuana and reported to Child Protective Services by police. He was shot and killed in a confrontation with police over that issue.

We included him even though it was not directly drug law enforcement that got him killed, but the enforcement of child custody orders related to marijuana use. It could be argued either way whether he should not have been included; we decided to include him. ... Many drug war deaths go unnoticed and un-mourned. ... Personal Use, Marijuana Industry, Medical Marijuana Medicine Medical Marijuana, Science of Drugs, ... Article SOURCE = Read more >>

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