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Has anyone saw this flick yet? Its a pretty cool Super Size Me spinoff. We got ripped and laughed our asses off watching this last night. The actual information they present is very accurate and the even do tests with doctors and the like to confirm the facts.

I [color:green]highly reccomend this movie even if just for a good laugh.

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Toronto police, corrections officers arrested in connection with grow-ops

CBC News

Two Toronto police officers and three corrections officers were some of the

23 people arrested Thursday on suspicion of being involved with "a very

elaborate criminal organization" that grew and sold marijuana and other

drugs.

During a news conference Thursday, Toronto police Chief William Blair said

an investigation in February into marijuana grow-ops in neighbouring York

Region uncovered evidence that linked a Toronto constable to one of the

residences under investigation.

Subsequent investigations led to allegations that a second member of the

Toronto Police Service and three corrections officers were also involved in

the "criminal enterprise, the primary purpose of which was the production

and distribution of marijuana, the distribution of other drugs, and the

laundering of the proceeds of their criminal enterprise," Blair said.

Of 23 people arrested Thursday, 20 have been charged, including one young

offender.

Kevin Bourne and Patrick Lee, who have served with the Toronto police for

nine and eight years respectively, are in custody. They are expected to

appear in a Newmarket court on Friday.

"The conduct alleged by these two individual officers, and quite frankly

also by those corrections officers that are accused in today's

investigation, [means] that trust is challenged and we are very

disappointed," Blair said.

In addition to the arrests, investigators seized nearly eight kilograms of

marijuana and $60,000 in cash during the raids Thursday, as well as three

houses and five vehicles.

Superintendent James Ramer said the enterprise was run by "a very elaborate

criminal organization" that was allegedly in operation for about two years

and sold ecstasy and steroids as well as marijuana.

"It's certainly disappointing to find out that you have two of your own

members involved, but it's work that needs to be done. We have to ensure the

public trust and public confidence," Ramer said.

The investigation continues.

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