I would like to state - right off the bat - that Marijuana is Illegal. And, although I DO advocate the use of Marijuana for both Medicinal and Recreational purposes and, I DO advocate the legalization of Marijuana, I DO NOT Sell or Cultivate Marijuana. So, that being said if you would like to contact me to TALK about Marijuana over a cup of coffee or whatever I'm into that. But, if you are just looking to score some weed I am afraid I cannot help you. So, please don't ask. M.H.

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I would like to urge everyone to Boycot the Spokane Teachers Credit Union.

Check out this story from Spokane's KXLY News:

Smelly cash leads to drug bust

Posted: Jan 27, 2009 09:22 PM PST

Updated: Jan 27, 2009 11:28 PM PST

Story by:
Jeff Humphrey / KXLY4 Reporter

SPOKANE VALLEY -- The Spokane Sheriff's Office is crediting a local credit union with shutting down a marijuana grow operation. On Monday, deputies raided a home near E 44th Ave & S Skipworth Rd after getting a tip from some suspicious tellers. A deposit of $2,300 in cash is not that unusual, but what caught the attention of tellers at the Spokane Teacher's Credit Union is the way it smelled. The staff noticed the money smelled strongly of marijuana, and they called the sheriff's office.

Deputies arrived and agreed that the pile of cash smelled like dope. They then went to the home of the customer who made the deposit, who is a man named Shawn O'Bannon. While at the home, the officers were once again greeted with the smell of growing marijuana.

The people inside the residence refused to allow deputies to enter and so they went and got a search warrant. With that paperwork in hand, deputies did search the warrant and found 21 marijuana plants. Shawn O'Bannon was arrested on a Drug Manufacturing charge and appeared in District Court on Tuesday.

Because he has no criminal history, O'Bannon was released on his own recognizance, but his smelly cash has been kept as evidence.