"Jenny Kush", medical marijuana activist, killed in tragic DUI in Colorado

COLORADO: Yesterday, August 31, 2013, brought the entire medical marijuana movement to a stop with the tragic news that one of their own, a well known woman known as “Jenny Kush” was killed in a DUI accident in Colorado.

The comments have come pouring in via various social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.

Some of the most moving comments included:

“Today we lost a passionate MMJ/MJ activist, Jenny Kush. R.I.P., Jenny”.

“Stunned disbelief! Just heard the news that we have lost a dear member of our community Jenny Kush. She and Rev Jeremy Charles were in a head-on collision with a drunk driver who was going the wrong way in the HOV lane. Jenny did not survive her injuries. Please keep Jenny and Rev Jeremy in your thoughts and prayers. We are all saddened by this tragedy.” ~ Activist Rx MaryJane

According to the Memorial site on Facebook“The beautiful and courageous, Jenny Kush, was killed by a drunk driver. Her life was spent promoting awareness and spreading the truth about Marijuana, a safer alternative to the “legal” drug that has stolen her life”.

“The woman who was driving made a decision to consume a dangerous drug and then get behind the wheel of an dangerous machine. Jenny lost her life because of that dangerous decision”.

“Jenny was a founding member of our group, Moms for Marijuana International, back when we were on MySpace several years ago. She helped start the first Colorado chapter before she moved on to pursue activism through other local opportunities. She was a dedicated Cannabis Warrior, and her light will be missed in this life”.

 

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