Prominent marijuana activist killed by drunk driver

Jenny "Kush" Friede, a prominent Denver medical marijuana activist, was killed this weekend after a drunk driver headed the wrong way down an Interstate slammed into her car, reports the Denver Post.
www.denverpost.com Published: September 5, 2013
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Jenny "Kush" Friede, a prominent Denver medical marijuana activist, was killed this weekend after a drunk driver headed the wrong way down an Interstate slammed into her car, reports the Denver Post.



Denver police arrested the driver of the wrong-way car, Rebecca Maez, 27, on suspicion of DUI and vehicular homicide. Friede's boyfriend, Jeremy DePinto, was driving the car and also suffered injuries. The couple were headed home from a concert about 1 a.m.

H/T: Gawker
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