The sale or possession of herbal incense — “synthetic cannabinoids” available locally that go by the names “K2,” “Voodoo,” “FIYA” and “Spice” — became illegal today.The law, HB 173, similar to new laws in other states, was authored by state Rep. Rickey Templet, R-Terrytown, sailed easily through the Louisiana Legislature and was signed by Gov. Bobby Jindal into Act 565 on June 25.According to the law, possession or intent to distribute herbal incense will be prosecuted in the same fashion as for the use and sale of marijuana — a Schedule I narcotic — which means a potential fine of $10,000 and five years imprisonment if convicted.
NEW ORLEANS - Facing the team tied for the best record in the Arena Football League, the New Orleans VooDoo knew they would have to raise the level of their game against the Arizona Rattlers Saturday night.While there were spurts of solid play, the ...more
The TSA employed Minetta Walker for 9 years in its war on passengers. It even trained her to read minds, or so it pretends, as a Behavior Detection Officer.And as BDOs go, Minnie was bad rather than horrific. She helped a friend by escorting him around ...more
Bourbon French Parfums, it must be underlined, do not hesitate to underline their Voodoo connection as a natural source of inspiration for their perfumery. For instance, they sell a perfume called Voodoo Love described as "A re-creation of the special ...more
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He had rented an apartment in Sharjah, where he carried out his illegal activities, managing to convince people that he could treat chronic diseases besides practising voodoo. A police sources revealed that the complaints lodged by the suspect'smore