Greek Coca-Cola billionaire detained in Carribean carrying $1.3m worth of Cannabis Plants & Seeds on a Private jet
Coca-Cola billionaire Alkiviades “Alki” David, The inheritor of a Greek Coca-Cola bottling treasure chest was arrested having $1.3 million worth of marijuana after an investigation of his personal jet aircraft in the St. Kitts Carribean island.
David was taken into custody after investigation officers caught 5,000 marijuana plants, together with seeds and other cannabis items, under accusation of bringing in an unauthorized plant into the state, ownership of unauthorized plant, and ownership with intention to deliver. After penalizing a bail of $30,000, David was commanded to renounce all his travel documents.
From David’s point of view, all the seeds and plants were hemp based. In one of his interview with the St. Kitts & Nevis Observer, David refused to accept doing anything illegitimate. In spite he demonstrated that he had “handshake” agreements in an area with local farmers to cultivate hemp for him, which he’d afterwards purchase and utilize to make authorized marijuana items by his corporation SwissX.
David said that we’re giving an option to St Kitts, which in turns gives profit to my company, which is to purchase a large amount biomass of hemp we can produce here.
Even though David rejected any allegations of wrongdoing as “one or two politicians whose views imply nothing,” it’s not that apparent. A local advocate said that David’s ownership could not be considered illegitimate, but his effort of cultivating it was. Dr. Henry Browne said that the meagre ownership of cannabis seeds is not a felony. What is an offence in having seeds and coming to a contract to nurture the seeds? Planting the seeds for cultivating reason is a misdemeanour.
Browne also declares that the association of St. Kitts and Nevis doesn’t discriminate cannabis and hemp, or plants having THC against those that haven’t. Establishment inspect it jointly as “marijuana” and it’s all prohibited beneath existing regulation policies.
When David’s taken into custody, the organization of Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris reported a sturdily worded press speech that didn’t openly indicate the Greek billionaire by his identity, but noticeably consider this narrative. Dr. Harris advises that “non-nationals would not be allowed to protect compensations over nationals as we beginning to construct a cannabis industry.” The announcement added that “the government has not approved any authorization to anybody to trade in plants or seeds into the confederacy and that [the] government has not had any dialogue with any outsiders about planning up businesses to deal in marijuana contract.”