Daktory

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Dakta Green, Gizella van Trigt and Taranaki Blaze are jointly charged with cannabis offences. These are the charges arising from the raid that closed The Daktory in June 2012.

There are 15 witnesses for the prosecution. All police officers. This includes the main witness for the prosecution, Sargeant Lawes. The same Sargeant who committed perjury during their pretrial. We look forward to his testimony. The Daktory won a previous case and your support now will help win another!

Please show your support at the Auckland District Court, 65/69 Albert Street, this Monday at 9:00 AM.

INVITE ALL YOUR FRIENDS! Lets make this HUGE! See Facebook groups here and here.

Edible indicas, smokeable sativas
Never ending potency
Cannabis club house, comfy chairs and couches
We create the Daktory

Living like it’s legal
Mary Jane has found me
Cannot stop the Daktory

Ending prohibition
Turns into obsession
Cannot kill the Daktory

Cannot stop the Daktas
Daktory is found in me

Daktory! DAKTORY!

Failed confiscation, return of Dakta Vendor
Cops are ripped and blown away
Now is the hour, taking back the power
Daktory is here to stay

Living like it’s legal
Mary Jane has found me
Cannot stop the Daktory

Ending prohibition
Turns into obsession
Cannot kill the Daktory

Cannot stop the Daktas
Daktory is found in me

Daktory! DAKTORY!

Lyrics by Dakta Goode, music by Metallica. šŸ™‚

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5 Responses to Daktory

  1. Harry says:

    Day one of the trial was taken up with hearings in chambers (closed to the public). Jury selection starts tomorrow.

    During the morning and afternoon breaks the three Daktas, Green, Gizi and Blaze, were locked in holding cells but they were allowed out for lunch.

    Lots of people said on Facebook that they were going to court in support of the Daktas, but only 5 people showed up including me, and I am not on Facebook.

    The trial is expected to last up to 9 days.

    • Richard says:

      Thanks for showing up, Harry.

      Last time I checked there were 192 people on Facebook who said they were “Going”. I was one of them but posted that I would be there in spirit and in truth but not in the flesh. (The other available options are “Maybe” and “Not Going”.)

      My rule of thumb is to divide by 10 the number of people who say they’re “Going” to get an estimate of the actual number who show up. (But still a shabby turnout. People ainā€™t no good.)

      I’m hoping and praying for a good outcome and trying not to feel too fucking angry.

  2. Harry says:

    Day three of the trial. Police are giving evidence. I was present for an afternoon session where Gizi’s lawyer cross examined Ms Policewoman about the identity of the person seen on security camera video to be filling the vending machine. Gizi is accused of doing this but her lawyer pointed out that it could not be seen from the video whether the person was a man or a woman.

    More police testimony tomorrow and probably Friday too.

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