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A Tragedy WorsenedEric Salerno Salem-News.com
"Twice this kid's been ripped out of his mother's arms" - Daisy Bram
(SACRAMENTO, CA) - In my last article your read about a young family that was trying to maneuver the justice system against false charges of child abuse and marijuana for sale.
I'm very sad to say that things just got worse for Daisy Bram, Jayme Walsh and their three sons Thor, Zeus, and Invictus.
On January 22nd, Tehama County officials removed the children from the couple's Red Bluff residence, where they moved about a month ago to get away from Butte County's strict and harsh treatment towards Prop. 215 patients.
Their children once again are in CPS custody, Daisy Jean Bram and Jayme Jeff Walsh were arrested and Jayme Walsh still remains in custody today.
What is even more perplexing is the way that Tehama County law enforcement officials have now made this mother of three into a target for their unjust war against Prop. 215. In the aftermath of her children being taken a 2nd time, a custody hearing was scheduled.
After Daisy attended and was leaving the hearing, the same 'Detective Clay' from her Butte County case approached her in the parking lot.
This time with 5 other officers and a seizure notice for her vehicle she was driving, this tactic sickened me the most. Now the mother of three is without her partner Jayme, her boys, or a vehicle.
Despite her new troubles she made her way to the San Francisco NORML Conference (see video) to speak about what had transpired.
Now more than ever she needs our help, these law enforcement officials have gone to far in their fight!! Court support, funds, and more are needed.
Please Contact Daisy and help anyway you can today!!
Eric Salerno is a Salem-News.com writer from Butte County, California. His background is with State and Federal Agencies assisting in recovery efforts in disaster stricken states.
In 2008 he began advocating for medical marijuana in his home state. This journey began after the supervisors in his district of Butte County enacted a moratorium on legal Prop. 215 patients rights to access and grow their own medicine. He was one of only 10 people to show up at the meeting and voice his concerns with their actions.
That year a coalition of mores than 300 residents was formed and a Vote NO on measure A campaign began. These residents of Butte County united to stop the interference of the county.
This campaign was successful with a large voter drive initiative and media campaign securing 55% of the voters saying NO on measure A.
Today Eric works endlessly from Southern California to Northern California advising and implementing political tactics, to ensure every Californian has the right to access legal safe medicine under the law.
You can write to Eric at this address: Ericsalerno@sbcglobal.net
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