DEA Misinformationists On The Net?

What Freedom of Information Act Requests Would Prove Out DEA Involvement in Cannabis DIS-Information Campaigns?

I personally spent several years online helping growers learn how to grow decent cannabis. Over those years I saw new sources of incorrect information appear year after year. The passing along of this information by well intentioned growers has caused a lot of poor cannabis and less than optimal growing environments to be created.

Are you involved in requesting documents through the Freedom of Information Act? Do you know someone who does? What type of information is required to file one?

Case in Point

There was a grower who appeared one year, going by the name of Heath Robinson. They posted and made a lot of noise about their new system of growing they’d set up. A vertical, undercurrent type grow that used significantly more resources to both build and maintain. The yields and quality? Meh, hardly worth all the extra effort for similar results from much more efficient (and simpler) systems.

Though it always struck me as odd, it wasn’t until just recently that it occurred to me that I should look up the name Heath Robinson. Check out what WikiPedia has entered in for this person…

William Heath Robinson (31 May 1872 – 13 September 1944) was an English cartoonist and illustrator best known for drawings of ridiculously complicated machines for achieving simple objectives.[1]

Coincidence??  I rather doubt it.

What do you think??

 

One thought on “DEA Misinformationists On The Net?

  1. I would have to add Med-Man and his MedMan Tables to the Disinformationist group. I personally call them Root Rot Tables.

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