"There's a lot of advocacy out there [among veterans], and I think if we collectively get together, we can all speak with one voice, and I'm using my film as that channel."

The fact that the federal government has been lying to the people of the United States for decades about the dangers of cannabis is especially jarring to shellshocked veterans of war who were under the impression they were fighting for truth, justice, and the American way.

And it has led many of them to commit suicide. Rather than treat them with cannabis, which has been proven to relieve symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with little to no side effects, the U.S. government would rather treat them with pharmaceuticals, which can exacerbate suicidal tendencies in some patients.

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Carlos Miller ~ MiamiNewTimes.com

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