Douglas Faneuil's Vision for Jamaica


If you've been following the Martha Stewart trial, you may recall that her lawyers wanted to make an issue of illegal drug use by the lead prosecution witness, Douglas Faneuil. Among other things, Faneuil admitted to smoking pot in Jamaica after signing a cooperation agreement with the government, one requirement of which was that he refrain from breaking the law. In response to questioning from Stewart's lawyer Robert Morvillo, Fanueil said he was under the impression that smoking ganja was legal in Jamaica. He was a bit premature, but that may soon be true.