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Rosie Rowbotham landed Canada's longest sentence for dealing pot, but he's not cheering legalization
In 1985, Robert 'Rosie' Rowbotham was sentenced to 20 years for smuggling cannabis. But instead of celebrating legalization, he's stung by the hypocrisy of having the people who helped jail him cash in on the industry.
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