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MORE Chinkernese nonsense in OK:

https://www.kxii.com/2022/11/22/authorities-investigate-quadruple-murder-marijuana-farm/

(AP) - The suspect in the weekend killings of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma was arrested in the afternoon by officers in South Florida, police announced late Tuesday.

Wu Chen was taken into custody without incident just before 4 p.m. Central time by Miami Beach police and taken to the Miami-Dade County Detention Center, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said in an evening post on Facebook.

The arrest came “after a car tag reader flagged vehicle he was driving,” it added. The suspect will be charged with murder and shooting with intent to kill and faces extradition to Oklahoma.

OSBI also posted a photo provided by U.S. Marshals of the man sitting shoeless on a curb, apparently with his hands cuffed behind his back.

Authorities said the victims — three men and one woman, all Chinese citizens — were shot dead and “executed” on the 10-acre (4-hectare) property west of Hennessey, about 55 miles (90 kilometers) northwest of Oklahoma City. A fifth victim who is also a Chinese citizen was wounded and taken to an Oklahoma City hospital.

The victims had not yet been identified publicly, and next-of-kin notification was still pending “because of a significant language barrier,” police said.

Authorities had said previous they had a suspect in mind but were withholding the name for the time being to avoid endangering others.

“The suspect was inside that building for a significant amount of time before the executions began,” OSBI said in a news release earlier Tuesday. “Based on the investigation thus far, this does not appear to be a random incident.”

OSBI Capt. Stan Florence said the previous day that authorities believed the suspect knew the victims, who were found dead Sunday night.

“They all know each other,” Florence said. “Don’t know if they’re related, or if they’re coworkers, but certainly these individuals were, we believe, all familiar with each other.”

The Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Office initially responded to a reported hostage situation at the farm and requested help from state authorities, Florence said.

“There’s a lot to unravel with this case,” he added. “It’ll take a little time for us to process it.”

The case is being investigated as a quadruple homicide. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control is also investigating.

That agency has targeted criminal growing and trafficking of marijuana for the black market in recent years. But agency spokesman Mark Woodward said Tuesday it was too soon to say that was a focus of this investigation.

“It being a marijuana farm, obviously Oklahoma state law requires that they have a license from the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority and from us,” Woodward said. “One of the things we’re looking at is, is it obtained legally or was it obtained by fraud? So that’ll be part of our investigation.”

Porsha Riley, spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, said there is an active license for a medical marijuana grow business at the location.

None of the 14 marijuana growing operations in the Hennessey area responded to email inquiries from The Associated Press, and officials would not identify which one operated at the site of the shootings.

Oklahoma voters legalized medical marijuana in 2018, and the industry quickly boomed thanks to an open-ended law that put in place fewer restrictions than in other states.

In March, voters will decide whether to legalize recreational use of the drug.

Maryland and Missouri approved recreational marijuana in this month’s midterm elections, bringing the total number states that allow recreational use to 21. Arkansas, North Dakota and South Dakota voters rejected legalization proposals in the midterms.


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its legal in Oklahoma is it not? or only medicinal? Did he not have z-papers?

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its legal in Oklahoma is it not? or only medicinal? Did he not have z-papers?

The way the grow licenses are sold, -0- Chinese nationals should be in the state for any legal association with cannabis. OK .gov needs to step up and actively discriminate against every Chinese national they can round up and deport by bus to Los Angeles and let Kalifornia deal with them.


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If the criminals were not hanged immediately, then they will continue to be a burden on society.

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Originally Posted by gonehuntin
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its legal in Oklahoma is it not? or only medicinal? Did he not have z-papers?

The way the grow licenses are sold, -0- Chinese nationals should be in the state for any legal association with cannabis. OK .gov needs to step up and actively discriminate against every Chinese national they can round up and deport by bus to Los Angeles and let Kalifornia deal with them.
This.
We have 2700+ grow houses in the state and the bureau of Narcotics is 2-3 years behind in checking licenses. They grow high grade pot for 2-3 years, make a ton of money then leave after they get busted. It needs fixing and earlier is better than later.


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MOAR info on the Chicom BS from my post above on 11/23/22:

https://www.kten.com/story/47865851/man-charged-with-killing-4-workers-at-oklahoma-pot-farm

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A man accused of killing four workers at an Oklahoma marijuana farm had demanded the return of his $300,000 investment in the operation shortly before he started shooting, prosecutors allege in court documents.

Chen Wu, 45, was charged Friday in Kingfisher County with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault and battery with a deadly weapon in connection with the Nov. 20 killings.

“Eyewitnesses to the murders have stated that (Wu) demanded $300,000 be handed over to him by other employees of the marijuana operation, as a return of a portion of his ‘investment’ in the enterprise," Assistant District Attorney Austin Murrey wrote. “The fact that it could not be handed over on a moment's notice is what precipitated the mass murder.”

Prosecutors on Friday also filed a motion that Wu be held without bond.

In an arrest affidavit filed in the case, a worker who was at the farm on the day of the killings told investigators that a man, later identified as Wu, came into the garage and shot one man in the leg.

“The suspect held multiple people inside the garage at gunpoint,” Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent Phillip Ott wrote in the affidavit. “The suspect demanded $300,000 within the next half hour or he was going to kill everyone in the garage."

Another worker at the farm told investigators Wu had worked at the farm about a year earlier.

Killed in the attack were Quirong Lin, Chen He Chun, Chen He Qiang and Fang Hui Lee, court documents show. A fifth person, Yi Fei Lin, was wounded. Authorities have said Wu and all of the victims were Chinese citizens and that the pot farm on a 10-acre (4-hectare) property west of Hennessey was operating under an illegally obtained license to grow marijuana for medical purposes.

Wu is scheduled to make an initial appearance Wednesday, court documents show. Jail and court records don't indicate the name of an attorney who could speak on his behalf.

The state's motion also indicates there is video that depicts portions of the slayings and that eyewitnesses who know Wu have positively identified him. Authorities have previously said the victims were “executed.”

Wu was arrested Nov. 22 in Florida after the vehicle he was driving was flagged by a car tag reader, police in Miami Beach said. Oklahoma authorities took Wu from Miami-Dade County jail Wednesday, and he was booked into the Kingfisher County jail on Thursday.


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Names haven't been released yet, I'll bet a lukewarm bowl of wonton soup that it's the Chi-Chinks, again.

https://www.kten.com/story/47940734/pontotoc-county-marijuana-farms-raided-by-state-agents

PONTOTOC COUNTY, Okla. (KTEN) — Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics agents served search warrants Tuesday on five Pontotoc County marijuana farms believed to be operating illegally.

OBN said the facilities are linked to an ongoing investigation into the people and farms transporting marijuana onto the black market outside of Oklahoma.

“We have traced several shipments, from these locations where we served search warrants, to shipments that went out of state and onto the black market,” Public Information Officer for OBN Mark Woodward explained.

Tuesday, OBN seized and destroyed approximately 40,000 marijuana plants and confiscated around 3,000 pounds of processed and packaged marijuana ready for shipment to the black market.

"Three people are in custody, and we do expect more arrests as this is still just one phase of an ongoing investigation," Woodward said.

Woodward said the people involved are often tied to other criminal organizations.

"It's so much bigger than just a marijuana issue," said OBN spokesperson Mark Woodward. "A lot of these groups are linked to criminal organizations linked to violent crimes — human trafficking with a lot of the workers, environmental issues ... trafficking other drugs, prostitution — that we've linked to a lot of these organizations."

Illegal marijuana grow operations are also taking a toll on the state's medical marijuana industry.

“Over the past few years, these groups have moved into Oklahoma, and legitimate businesses are going under because they say they simply cannot compete with the black market and as rampant as it is in Oklahoma,” Woodward explained.

Agencies assisting OBN on the case include The Ada Police Department, Pontotoc County Sheriff's Office, Highway Patrol, District 22 Drug Task Force, Chickasaw Lighthorse Police, FBI, DEA, US Marshalls Service, and Homeland Security.


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Seems the only way to stop this crap is to legalize weed and deport every Chinkeneeze from the country. Why is the state selling licenses?

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Seems the only way to stop this crap is to legalize weed and deport every Chinkeneeze from the country. Why is the state selling licenses?

Supposed to be licenses only for OK residents who have been a resident for at least 5 years, allegedly cutting out the ChiComs.


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https://www.kxii.com/2023/01/27/joh...ies-recover-nearly-150-pounds-marijuana/


JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - 150 pounds of marijuana with a street value estimated between $250 thousand and $500 thousand was seized during a traffic stop in Johnston County.

According to the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office, when deputies were conducting a traffic stop they discovered the driver was in possession of marijuana. Just under 150 pounds of vacuum sealed marijuana was recovered.

Sheriffs said the driver, a Chinese National and Oklahoma resident was arrested and is currently in the Johnston County Jail for trafficking CDS marijuana.

According to the department the street value of the load is estimated between $250 thousand and $500 thousand.

The social media post states deputies evidence that the suspect was trafficking marijuana from central Oklahoma to the North Texas area.

According to the department this is an ongoing investigation.


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Originally Posted by gonehuntin
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Seems the only way to stop this crap is to legalize weed and deport every Chinkeneeze from the country. Why is the state selling licenses?

Supposed to be licenses only for OK residents who have been a resident for at least 5 years, allegedly cutting out the ChiComs.

That's easy to sidestep.
Farmer Jones has a bad year, either borrow for next year or take Chink money, buy a grow license and allow the Chinks to grow the stuff.

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You think those Oriental mass shootings in CA recently are not criminally ($$$$) linked? I don't know, but looks funny.


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