"It ain't fair, John Sinclair... In the stir for breathing air" -
John Sinclair became a heroic icon of counterculture and of cannabis activism when he was arrested in 1969 for giving two joints to an undercover agent. He was sentenced to 10 years for possession of marijuana.
John’s imprisonment sparked the landmark 'Free John Now Rally' in Michigan in 1971 with a significant presence of influential personalities, including John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Stevie Wonder, Pete Seeger, Alan Ginsberg, Abbie Hoffmann, and many others. John Lennon recorded the song “Free John Sinclair” on his album Some Time in 1972. Afterwards Michigan Supreme Court ruled that the state’s marijuana laws were unconstitutional, John was released three days after the rally. John remains a pro-
John Sinclair Sativa, known as ‘Trans-
As any good Sativa dominant variety, ‘Trans-