Our religious freedoms will afford you the right to do many things, but smoking meth isn’t one of them. 

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Our religious freedoms will afford you the right to do many things, but smoking meth isn’t one of them.

After spotting a broken taillight, Duncan police pulled over Lori Potarf — a witch — and her acquaintance Richard Lee Henderson — who might also be a witch but probably isn’t — for a seemingly routine traffic stop. Both Potarf and Henderson possessed one of those multipurpose Crown Royal bags (the fanny pack of drug users), and each contained meth paraphernalia. But only Potarf stood up for her God-given Wiccan rights by claiming that ingesting meth was a super important part of her religion. (Stand up for your liberties, Henderson!)

This, of course, was not a legitimate defense, and Duncan police charged Potarf with drug and paraphernalia possession anyway. Little did they know, however, that upon her release, Potarf might torment them with her quirky witchy ways. Let’s imagine her parading around the station atop a broomstick, casting spells on unsuspecting officers and conjuring ghosts of the police station’s past.

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