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*Current drug war prisoners.
*Todd Patrick McCormick.
*MAP/DrugNews press archive POW search shortcuts.

*Drug War charts, and more.

Current drug war prisoners. [TopLink]

This is an older page.

To find current drug war prisoners:

*Prison Gulags and brutality. Drug war, etc.. Brutality of police, prisons, guards, etc.. Links list. The prison industrial complex. and

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Todd McCormick. [TopLink]


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Todd McCormick was released December 10, 2003. He was on home confinement until May 19, 2004.

His old address:

Todd Patrick McCormick
Inmate #11071-112
PO Box 3007
Terminal Island, CA 90731.

*MAP/DrugNews custom search shortcut for many Todd McCormick press articles. From today all the way back to 1997: and Ann McCormick (Todd's mother) websites.


MAP-DrugNews search shortcuts. [TopLink]

*MAP/DrugNews search forms. There are some forms for the MAP/DrugNews media and press archives, and multi-site forms where one can pick from many drug-related and drug-reform websites in which to search. Not sure if phrase search (by selecting "phrase" from the dropdown menu) is working correctly in the MAP-DrugNews power search form. It wasn't in the past. Try again. You can try and see if the problems have been corrected.

MAP-DrugNews search shortcuts. To search cannabis and drug reform press and media archives.

Some examples of historical searches follow below. Note the pattern and make your own shortcuts. Just put +plus+ signs between your search terms. Results are in chronological order with the latest articles on top. The results page allows searching even farther back in time. You can pass on shortcuts in email, web pages, forums, newsgroups, archives, newsletters, etc.. --To go to power search form.
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*MAP/DrugNews shortcuts. Articles from 1997 onwards are pulled up. and and and and

For most topics 1997 articles are the usually the earliest media articles in the MAP archives. & YY1=1997 is not required or necessary after the search terms because the results page allows searching farther back in time. But if you know for sure that you need to go back to at least a certain year in order to pull up all the articles you desire then it saves people some time to add the search term for the year to search back to. To go back as far as 1998 use &YY1=1998. And so on.

Create people shortcuts, or Drug War POW (Prisoner of War) shortcuts. Just add the name of the person to the shortcut URL as shown above. You can use just the first or last name if it is distinctive enough.

*There is another way to create MAP/DrugNews search shortcuts for people. This search shortcut does a phrase search of the whole archive. Just add the name to the end of the URL just below.

Create a search shortcut for news about specific nations (such as Belgium or Colombia). or

Create shortcuts for news about any topic:

*9-2000. MAP/DrugNews search shortcut for many press articles about Ralph Nader's September 8, 2000 press conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he called for legalizing cannabis/marijuana, and for harm reduction drug reform. Ralph Nader "called for the legalization of marijuana as part of an overhaul of the nation's 'self-defeating and antiquated drug laws.' ... Legalizing marijuana, Nader said, would allow the government to regulate and potentially tax its use like tobacco products. " -Albuquerque Journal, September 8, 2000.

*There are MAP/DrugNews search shortcuts to find articles written by particular authors, too. Here are some examples. Notice the pattern. It is simple to create more such author shortcuts: and and and and

*MAP/DrugNews press archives search shortcut for "Green Party cannabis" press coverage worldwide. The press articles are pulled up in chronological order with the latest articles on top. Most of the press is from outside the USA, since "cannabis" is the term for marijuana in many nations outside the USA. and


For much more search shortcut info:

*Search Drug War and more. Shortcuts. Search engines. Directories. Press archives. Search forms. and


Drug War charts, and more. [TopLink]