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Medical marijuana: How does the evidence stack up?

KiniGuide

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Modified 6 Oct 2018, 12:52 am

KINIGUIDE | When a certain Muhammad Lukman was sentenced to death by the Shah Alam High Court for allegedly possessing and distributing cannabis and its derivatives, there were two reactions in the public discourse.

One was to question whether the death sentence was appropriate. By law, the amount of cannabis products in Muhammad’s possession meant that he was guilty of drug trafficking, and the penalty is the mandatory death sentence.

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