March 3, 2017
“I have a federal warrant out for my arrest, and it’s absolutely not my fault,” says 29-year-old Brandon. He says while driving around the country during his honeymoon, he mistakenly missed a Border Control checkpoint. “All of a sudden, I see law enforcement in my rear-view mirror. I did not feel comfortable stopping for my own safety and for my wife’s safety. I had 13-15 men around me manhandling me, two shotguns were up to my temples.”
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Brandon says authorities found Morning Glory seeds and charged him with possession of a controlled substance. But Brandon says he purchased the seeds legally and should not have been charged with a crime.
“It’s so ridiculous that the federal government caused this to happen when we simply had seeds for a plant,” he says.
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In violation of his probation, Brandon moved to Los Angeles to become a rock music drummer. He says he’s estranged from his parents because they don’t support his dream and he blames them for the position he’s in.