British Grandmother convicted of cannabis possession
British Grandmother, Patricia Tabram from East Lea in the north of England, has been convicted of possession of cannabis with intent to supply. She said she uses the drug to ease pain in her back and neck. She also admitted to sharing cannabis laced cookies with with other pensioners.
She appeared unrepentant and claimed she would not stop making the cannabis cookies.
Tabram's home was raided last year after a tip-off that she had 31 cannabis plants as well as hydroponic cultivation equipment.