Letter: Let’s do the testing and determine what was in that cannabis


Re: The Nov. 29 story of TRU student Kimberley Webster, who claims she bought and used product that was mislabelled (‘Kamloops woman files lawsuit after BC Cannabis Store product mislabelled’):

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Some people’s comments have made her out to be a gold digger, interested only in financial gain from what allegedly happened to her.

Some information has come to light that there indeed may have been some product that was mislabelled, but none of that product ever made it into the hands (or bodies) of any consumer.

If she is a gold digger, she does have some chance at financial gain.

The cannabis supplier has some chance at financial loss if what Webster claims is found to be true.

Money and the love of it has been a great motivator through history.

I say do the lab testing of the product and see what comes of that.

John Noakes

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