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Power of Common Sense:Psychedelic Monkey Hands to VooDoo the Weed

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True African Stories presents: As reported by the Daily Sun, on Mon 12 Oct, 2009 Hands off, my Dagga! The dagga farmer 'knew', that baboons are 'clever', tricky animals so he tried to protect, his wicked and illegal crop with the cut off 'hands' of the creatures but it didn't work, cops busted his plantation anyway they captured 'dagga' with a street value - a 500,000 rand this was at the ???? village, near the ???? border post between ???? and South Africa the guy took off like a missile into the bush when he saw the cops coming through his 'magic curtain' they are still looking for him cops, spent with all day pulling up dagga plants and left with 'sacks' full of the holy herb as well as sacks sacks of baboon hands they believe the evil farmer is one of the major dagga suppliers to our country his dagga field even had underground irrigation pipes cops pulled up the pipes and set them on fire they busted down the suspect's front door and found two baskets containing harvested dagga, with the baboon's hands on top police are today, looking for help to find the fleeing farmer, who believes in magic a marijuana farmer cutting off the hands of a baboon in the believe that such an 'act' will protect his crop an act of animal cruelty, simply motivated, by lack of money the fight for survival, supporting the farmer to resort to such a belief in order to protect his crop, to be able to make money - to survive obviously the protection did not 'work', and the man was busted unnecessary work and expenditure for the police 'fighting' a war against the drug trade, which would ceased to exist with the implementation, of equal money for all stay tuned for more: True African Stories For discussion visit: www.desteni.co.za For Regular Updates: Join, Beyond the grave: www.YouTube.com More more recently departed and MISSING CHILDREN: www.desteni-universe.co.za CC English for Desteni Productions ©

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Duration: 2 minutes and 49 seconds
Country: South Africa
Language: English
Producer: Desteni Production
Views: 97
Posted by: desteniteam1 on Oct 23, 2009

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