Santa Anna, Calif. police want proceeds from fed’s sale of seized marijuana property


In the past two years, local cities in California have been more than happy to cooperate with the Obama Administration’s war on medical marijuana. But now the feds are signaling that they will back off and allow states like Washington and Colorado which have legalized and are setting up strict statewide regulations for marijuana. But don’t think for a moment that the Potpocalypse is over yet–it’s too profitable for both the feds and California cops.
The latest evidence: a request filed by the Santa Ana Police Department with the U.S. Department of Justice for 80 percent of the proceeds of the sale of a building in that city which used to house a marijuana dispensary. The Orange County Weekly has the rest on these greedy little piggies.