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Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Alfa, May 2, 2004.

  1. Alfa

    Alfa Productive Insomniac Staff Member Administrator

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    Jan 14, 2003
    117 y/o from The Netherlands

    Warren Eugene says he has made millions through an Internet gambling
    site he founded in 1995. His next play is to be a marijuana
    kingpin--through a publicly traded company.

    Eugene recently did a reverse takeover of a tiny U.S. public
    company, renamed it Amigula, and now proposes to supply marijuana to
    sick people in Canada. Canadian law allows sick people to legally
    smoke the drug, but it prohibits companies from selling it. Not that
    that detail seems to bother Eugene.

    "There are many investors out there who will take a gamble,
    figure I'll pull a monkey out of my hat again," says Eugene, 43, a
    Canadian native with a Bahamian passport.

    Amigula's headquarters are a hotel suite in Toronto. The
    company has zero revenues and no government licenses to supply
    marijuana, despite claims on Yahoo and Bloomberg Web sites to the
    contrary. Eugene figures he will sign up 60,000 medical patients,
    change Canadian law, learn to grow top-grade pot, sell to many
    countries and corner a market now occupied by one agricultural company
    and scores of furtive growers.

    Even weed-legalization fans think he is smoking something
    (the entrepreneur says he never touches the stuff) and have reported
    the company to the securities cops. Antidrug congressmen have asked
    the Food & Drug Administration to check it out. The SEC won't comment
    on any investigation. Wonder how long this high will last.