Welcome to POW420


POW420’s mission is to Empower, Educate, and Disseminate Information about people incarcerated as a result of Cannabis Laws and to End Prohibition successfully by striking all sentences that relate to Cannabis.


POW420 is a dedicated to ending cannabis prohibition by focusing on Prisoners and their families, the true victims of war on cannabis, by exposing the tyranny of unjust laws that is cannabis prohibition.

POW420.com Is a web site that provides weekly updated information about our brothers and sisters in PRISON.

POW420 information is listed by individual POW420 name and cross referenced by state.  Each POW420 has a biography and letters written section.  POW420 publishes prisoners needs on their profile page.

Publication: POW420 produces a quarterly newsletter distributed by mail to POW420’s providing our brothers and sisters in jail with information and love.  There is also a similar copy that is emailed to subscribers, the only difference in content is that the POW420’s view a list of volunteers to be pen pals.

Production: POW420 has done “In Prison Interviews” with prisoners inside Correctional Institutions. The interviews are disseminated via the internet.

Education: POW420 consults privately on cases with particular needs.  Information is disseminated publicly through speaking to groups and appearances on Television and Radio, along with hosting a blog cast.  Interviews of prisoners, activists, experts and other warriors on both sides are disseminated by POW420 and adding to a growing library on the website of articles, videos and audio podcasts.

Information: POW420 does podcast called Pot Talk Radio. We focus every episode on one pot prisoner allowing for us to share their stories.

DonationsThose who contribute to an organization are the lifeblood of any organization, so we have created levels that give contributors ever greater ways of signaling their involvement to others and giving feedback and input on the direction of the organization

Take Action: POW420.com provides a platform and encourages citizens to engage with POW420 directly by becoming pen pals or providing for needs directly. POW420.com empowers YOU to give love.

NO ONE IS FREE TILL ALL POW420’s ARE HOME!  But, we can give some comfort now.


Adela D Falk-Wisdom
PO BOX 6231
Fulton, MO 65251

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  • Justis Warhurst
    posted about this on Facebook 2015-12-16 19:15:56 -0800
    POW420 - No-one belongs in jail for a plant.
  • Ian Anderson
    commented 2015-11-07 07:39:52 -0800
    I’m going on for sentencing on Dec 30th in anoka county courthouse in MN. Any assistance or guidance would be greatly appreciated. My lawyer advised me that I’m looking at 81+ months for losing at trial. Thank you for reading!
  • Marty Swick
    commented 2015-10-22 19:49:27 -0700
    There are people in this fucked up world sexually assaulting children and killing people and not getting like sentences. However people getting sentenced to life for a damn plant. How is that justice?
  • Adela Falk
    commented 2015-10-21 07:34:28 -0700
    James Kasanos ~ Sadly, President Nixon declared the War on Drugs ~ and all wars have prisoners. Our pot prisoners are prisoners in the Drug War unjust incarcerated for a plant. Thus, POW420 ~ Prisoners of Weed, Prisoners of War ~ 420.
  • Mel Holmes
    commented 2015-10-13 01:03:28 -0700
    Wrong James. Many of those locked up for POT have never harmed a soul. They were just victms in the war against drugs, which is doing even less good than the war against alcohol years ago.
  • James Kasanos
    commented 2015-10-12 13:29:44 -0700
    Take this symbol down, its so inappropriate and tasteless, one has nothing to do with the other. How dare someone compare prisoners of war and missing in action with some potheads that wanted to get rich quick by selling drugs, honestly whoever designed this should be ashamed of themselves!
  • Bobby Marie Jane
    commented 2015-09-11 11:20:59 -0700
    Cannabis is Not a Drug!
    It’s a Plant💜✌💜
  • Mel Holmes
    commented 2015-09-04 00:23:30 -0700
  • Mel Holmes
    commented 2015-08-23 02:51:28 -0700
    So true:
    Unless I get drunk and cause a public nuisance, I am at liberty to have a couple of alcoholic drinks, so why should the same right not be extended to those who wish to use other forms of drug.
  • Tim Joseph
    commented 2015-07-22 16:45:57 -0700
    Hey sup dude is the first thing to say can I come see you
  • David Lange
    commented 2015-07-06 19:10:23 -0700
    I got a felony for 3.5 grams of weed when I was 18 I now that felony follows me around my whole life
  • Arianna Love
    commented 2015-05-20 07:18:40 -0700
    Absolutely! It was a “black PR” stunt done by 7 Criminal industry leaders who wanted to eliminate the unowned Hemp industry that was their major competition. Marijuana has never harmed anyone and it’s a powerful, much needed Medicine which cures cancer & depression among a wide assortment of other ailments. Legalize, don’t criminalize.
  • Dennis Boisvert
    posted about this on Facebook 2015-02-03 06:56:18 -0800
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  • Dennis Boisvert
    published this page 2015-02-03 06:55:32 -0800