The War on Cognitive Liberty

Charles Shaw of Midnight Sunrise Radio interviews former drug war prisoner Casey William Hardison and his partner, activist Charlotte Walsh, about how the War on Drugs often causes non-violent offenders to be imprisoned longer than those convicted of violent crimes. Hardison narrates the tumultuous history surrounding his 10-year prison sentence, shares insights about psychedelic chemistry, and emphasizes the importance of cognitive freedom.

Originally appearing here.


On this weeks’ show we examine the 100-year long global war on Cognitive Liberty, otherwise known as the “War on Drugs.” With special guests former drug war prisoner Casey William Hardison & his partner, activist Charlotte Walsh. Casey was recently released from a 20 year sentence in the UK for psychedelics, and his case became an international rallying cry for the cause of Cognitive Liberty.