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KOA radio talk show host Alan Bergs murderer died in prison today. The killer , a member of a militia group called The Order from Sands Point Idaho gunned Allan Berg down with an assault rifle in 1984 firing thirteen rounds from a Mac 10 into his body. Berg was a bombastic host and taunted the order and other Nazi groups. The Order wanted to kill all Jews and send blacks back to Africa not unlike the Tea party of today. Berg was a Jew and was on the orders hit lIst
In 1987 Boulders Jann Scott started in talk radio on KTLK in Denver and quickly gained a reputation of irritating Boulder drug dealers, radical leftists and rightists. ” I worked with Peter Boyles and Ken Hamblin who were talk buddies of Bergs and they always warned me to be safe” Scott told Boulder Channel 1 news.”
According to Boulder Police departments records Scott reported over 15 death threats from 1987 to 2009. One was from an mentally ill person John Hall who threatened to kill scott with the same rifle used to kill Kennedy. Boulder PD contacted Hall at his Canyon ave apartment, but never arrested him and left him in possession of an arsenal of assault weapons. Other threats to Scott came from Boulder mayors, city council members, CU students and marijuana dealers. Scott said he has had to hire body guards from time to time and has been under police protection.
“There are crazy people who do not want people like me to speak my mind on talk radio or TV and Boulder has it’s share or radicals who will kill in order to stop free speech. Jann Scott can currently be seen gabbing on BV22 on Comcast cable and at Jann Scott Live
Medical Marijuana Licensing Phone Line, 303-441-1845
Sarah Huntley, Media Relations, 303-441-3155
City reminds medical marijuana businesses to file applications soon to maintain priority of locations
The City of Boulder is reminding business owners who wish to open businesses related to medical marijuana to file licensing applications as soon as possible. All new businesses are required to apply for a license before opening. Businesses that were operating between June 17 and Aug. 1, 2010, have until Aug. 31 to submit an application. Those that existed before June 17, 2010, and have been following all laws and regulations have until Oct. 31.
The licensing requirements apply to all businesses that involve medical marijuana, including, but not limited to, dispensaries, grow operations, greenhouses and other marijuana product retailers and businesses.
For businesses involved in the retail sales of medical marijuana and related products, the timing of when an application is submitted can have important ramifications. Under Chapter 6-14, the city can only grant licenses for four “personal service medical marijuana businesses” within 500 square feet of others in appropriately zoned territory. Priority for those locations is determined by the date an existing business in compliance with the code was established and the date a medical marijuana business application is submitted.
The city is in the process of evaluating how many of these types of businesses are currently operating. In the past, the city has granted sales and use tax licenses to about 291 licensees, but it appears that a significant number of these licensees did not open businesses. As a result, the city’s licensing records may show that more businesses exist than actually do. Applicants should call the Medical Marijuana phone line at 303-441-1845, option 4, if a sales and use tax license has been issued at any location that the applicant is not intending to use for business.
In the next few weeks, the city will be conducting research to determine how many of the granted sales and use tax licenses are active and how many are cancelled for inactivity or lack of compliance. From that research, the city will redraw its maps to determine what sales and use tax licenses issued are connected with a legally operating business. The new map will be made available to the public as soon as it is completed. The priority for new applicants who wish to open medical marijuana retail businesses will be determined in the order in which their applications were received.
The fee for a license is $5,000. The application fee portion is $3,000 and is non-refundable. The remaining $2,000 is refundable if the license is not issued. As a reminder, neither medical marijuana business licenses nor sales and use tax licenses are transferable to another location or business owner.
The city cannot provide legal advice, but applicants with questions are encouraged to visit our website at www.bouldercolorado.gov/medicalmarijuanaand e-mail unanswered questions to email@example.com. City staff updates the questions and answers on the website FAQs on a regular basis.
UPDATE: 8:00 am Monday August 3 Cops and DA work weekednds to get the gangs out of MMJ stores. Look for busts.
UPDATE: 7:00PM Saturday July 31 More than half the MJ drug stores will be force out of business because of fees, felonies or under age operators.
UPDATE: 6:12AM Thursday July 29 2010
When our news department “falls” on a medical marijuana operation run by “get this” Illegal immigrant Russians, connected to the Russian Mob, carrying guns without permits, right in the city of boulder, it tells me two things and begs a host of questions.
We presume the illegal immigrants are left alone because Boulder is a sanctuary city ordered by the city council; ie the police refuse to uphold immigration laws.
The whole notion that upholding immigration laws is racist: ie targeting Brown Mexicans is shot fill of holes (pun) because these a re nice white Russians (pun)
Why are we coming across this information and the police are not? why are these people here? WHY ARE THEY RUNNING med marijuana operations in our city? why are they packing heat.?? who let the Russian Mob in? Ok the boulder city council did. well thats just great!
Special note to Stan Garnett:
I think you should enforce federal statutes regarding sales of class 2 narcotics including Marianna. You should also enforce federal immigration laws. Your email to me yesterday was incorrect. You and boulder Police department do have the authority to uphold federal laws. there are provisions made to you to make arrests, prosecute and present cases to the feds. You have the power to do this on their behalf.So what the hell is going on here.?? Is the Boulder city council calling all of the shots?? Law enforcement answers to them?? Are you going to wait til someone is shot and killed over MJ before you move??…………………… don’t wait. we all know it’s going to happen.You can’t take the lead from the boulder city council. They are really stupid and have put a lot of lives in peril , from causing enormous rise in drug addiction to Mexican and Russian gangs running the drug trade here.are you going to wait for cops to be shot over this. I’ll tell you my reporters are scared to death of these Russians and refuse to put their names to stories about them. Screw them …………do your Job………..enforce the laws.. Get these mobsters out of boulder. Get the Russians out and the Mexican gangsters out.
UPDATE: 6:00pm Wednesday July 28 2010
There is a problem with MMJ licensing. City officials have revealed that criminal element have moved into larger operations including Russian Mafia gangsters. Mexican Mafia have already been identified in other Boulder operations. City and state tax revenue agents have been hounding operators to check for legalities. State revenue agents are police trained and carry guns. MORE TO COME:
BY RON BAIRD NEWS EDITOR
NOON: The City of Boulder will begin processing licenses for medical marijuana businesses starting on Monday, Aug. 2. Under Chapter 6-14 of the Boulder Revised Code, any medical marijuana business that is not operating by that date will have to obtain a license before it will be allowed to open.
Boulder Revised Code also requires pre-existing medical marijuana businesses to apply for a license, under the following deadlines and conditions:
· Medical marijuana businesses that are operational before Aug. 2 but were not operating in compliance with Chapter 6-14 of the Boulder Code on June 17, have until Aug. 31 to submit a completed application for a license.
· Medical marijuana businesses that were operating on June 17 and were in compliance with all laws and regulations at that time have until Oct. 31 to submit a completed application for a license.
Under the Code, medical marijuana business licenses are required for any business that involves medical marijuana, not just retail dispensaries.
The fee for a license is $5,000. The application fee portion is $3,000 and is non-refundable. The remaining $2,000 is refundable if the license is not issued.
Application forms will be available for download at the following website, www.bouldercolorado.gov/medicalmarijuana, starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 2. The same website includes detailed instructions, checklists and frequently asked questions (FAQs). If you have questions, please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Answers will be posted to the FAQ section of the website for you and other members of the public. Interested persons are welcome to sign up to receive updates by going to the website or visiting the website’s RSS feed sign-up page directly.
Completed applications will be accepted for processing by appointment starting on Monday, Aug. 2. Complete instructions for submittal of applications are available on the website. No applications will be accepted before Aug. 2.