A Question of Compassion: an AIDS Cancer Patient Explores Medical MarijuanaSubmitted by Tudo on Fri, 04/25/2014 - 19:46
by Peter McWilliams
"A Question of Compassion: An AIDS/Cancer Patient Explores Medical Marijuana" was Peter McWilliams' final work. Peter died at the age of 50 because he was denied access to his life-saving cannabis. He wanted other patients to know about this wonderful plant. Peter was a best-selling author, self-publisher of over 40 books and in later years an outspoken activist for legalization and repeal of prohibition of marijuana.
Peter McWilliams: Cannabis Is Medicine - Prohibition Does Not work
To learn more about the life of Peter McWilliams, check out the tribute at: http://petermcwilliams.org
Asides: It's been awhile, I may have been told this or it's something I read but, if I’m not mistaken, Peter McWilliams died by drowning in his own vomit. That’s something that the medical marijuana had previously stopped, ( the vomiting ). It stopped the vomiting and helped him hold down food. The government threatened to keep him in jail but then "compassionately" allowed him to go free but have to endure daily or weekly urine tests for cannabis. He was forced to comply and died.