Fed's Use Force Against Louie's "Skywalker"

Look: Skywalker

Louis J. DiNunzio, 29, of Medford, and his co-defendants pleaded guilty to selling "Skywalker,” a forceful strain of marijuana. He's out on bail.

Federal prosecutors are seeking the force of a 21-month prison sentence for the reputed made member  of the ailing New England Mafia and his cohorts.

In US District Court in Boston, the Fed's filed a sentencing request on Wednesday; DiNunzio pleaded guilty in September to marijuana distribution conspiracy.

What appears not to have been mentioned is Skywalker is one of the chief marijuana strains used as a painkilling aid for cancer patients, as Leafly writes:

Skywalker is a well-rounded indica-dominant hybrid that helps patients knock out pain and relax into sleep after a long day of battling the Dark Side.

One reviewer added:

As a person with 100% disability from combat-related PTSD, I can tell you that this is the first strain that I have found that has actually decreased my reliance on PTSD meds the doctors give me. Since I started using Skywalker, I no longer need to pop a Xanax when I am feeling stressed-out....

Xanax is one of the most addictive drugs in the benzodiazepine class; that says a lot because all benzos are addictive and include dangerous long-term withdrawal symptoms, worse even than any opiate. Pot is NOT ADDICTIVE.

DiNunzio is the son of Anthony DiNunzio and the nephew of Carmen “The Cheese Man” DiNunzio, who both allegedly led the New England Mafia before serving prison sentences.

Louis DiNunzio and three others conspired from July 2013 to February 2014 to import the high-grade marijuana from California to Massachusetts, where it was to be sold, prosecutors charged. The 23-pound “Skywalker" shipment had a street value pegged at about $20,000, prosecutors wrote in the filing.

Prosecutors said Louis DiNunzio has a prior conviction for running an illegal gambling table at the Sons of Italy social club in Boston. He also worked at his uncle’s North End cheese shop, which the FBI had bugged during its investigation of former street boss Carmen DiNunzio.

Several people recently wrote letters to the sentencing judge in support of him, including his grandfather, Michael Uva, who described DiNunzio as “a good person that made a mistake and wants a better future.”

From The Weed Blog:

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