Hemp Grower Sues DEA, Alleges Agents Destroyed $3.5M in product
By Willis Jacobson
Oct 26, 2020
Oct 26, 2020
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents were among officers who illegally seized more than $3M worth of hemp from a California farm, according to a lawsuit filed by the cultivator. The case highlights the growing tension between the DEA –...
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