Hey blades! I got this email tonight. They're going after John Walters! Dear Friend: Tomorrow, December 20, I am scheduled to appear on "The O'Reilly Factor" on the national FOX News Channel at approximately 8:20 p.m. Eastern time. (The program starts at 8:00 p.m. and is repeated at 11:00 p.m. Eastern; please check your local cable listings for channel and non-Eastern airtimes.) I will be discussing the Marijuana Policy Project's "war on drug czar," which we launched on December 4 at a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. For details, please see http://www.mpp.org/WarOnDrugCzar.html . In addition, tomorrow night I will announce new criminal charges that MPP will be seeking against the drug czar, in addition to those we already unveiled on December 4 -- one was filed with the federal Office of Special Counsel, the other with the Nevada Secretary of State's office. In the former complaint, we detailed how Drug Czar John Walters illegally used his title and office to campaign against our marijuana ballot initiative in Nevada. This complaint requests that Walters be removed from office, as well as disbarred from holding any federal office ever again. In the latter complaint, we noted that the drug czar failed to file any campaign finance reports whatsoever detailing the money that he spent opposing our ballot measure. As a result, we are asking the Nevada Secretary of State to fine him the maximum $5,000. Tomorrow night I will announce our third complaint. In January, we will be announcing the fourth prong of our attack against the drug czar. And a fifth attack -- and possibly a sixth -- will be announced after January. Drug Czar John Walters has been irresponsibly and illegally using his office to campaign against marijuana and other drug policy reform ballot initiatives, and we plan to take him down for it so that he -- or his successor if we succeed in removing him from office -- will be prevented from campaigning against any marijuana policy measures we launch in 2004. Sincerely, Rob Kampia Executive Director Marijuana Policy Project Washington, D.C.