Drugs & Guns: Rainbow Farm’s Last Stand | Tales From the Bottle

It’s the siege you’ve probably never heard of; find out why Rainbow Farm found itself under attack by the law, and why it wouldn’t happen today. “Rainbow Farm was a pro-marijuana campground in Newberg Township, Cass County, Michigan, United States, that was involved in a fatal police standoff on September 3, 2001. The campground was run by Tom Crosslin and his life partner Rolland “Rollie” Rohm, and was home to two annual festivals, “HempAid” and “Roach Roast”, which ran from 1996 through 2001. The operation ended with the burning down of all the structures on the property and the deaths of both Crosslin and Rohm.”

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