Prince of Pot temporarily let out of jail
Marc Emery, self-proclaimed Prince of Pot and marijuana activist, wasreleased from jail temporarily yesterday as he awaits his extraditionto the United States.
Marc Emery, self-proclaimed Prince of Pot and marijuana activist, was released from jail temporarily yesterday as he awaits his extradition to the United States.
“It was a difficult experience because it is maximum security, so that you don’t get outside and you don’t get far from your eight by 10 (jail cell) ... But I wrote some good material and read a lot,” he said.
Emery is free on a $50,000 bail bond.
He is to be sent to Seattle where he will be sentenced for selling marijuana seeds ordered over the Internet to Americans.
He said the experience toughened him up for an American jail.
“The isolation would get to me know and then, but the thing about prison is it’s very well run by guards who are very professional.”