Casey Hardison is a psychedelic chemist who was arrested in 2004 while living in England for the manufacture of LSD, DMT, and 2C-B. After an eight week trial in 2005 he was convicted and sentenced to 20 years in British prison. He was released in 2013.
Casey acted as his own lawyer during the trial arguing that as long as no one was harmed he had the natural human right to engage in the personal use of psychedelics for cognitive liberty, religious, and medical purposes.
Casey is an advocate for cognitive liberty and argues that current drug laws discriminate against this natural freedom of thought.
"I want to create a world of people understand the fine line between alone and all one. We are here, this now, this is what we've got so let's celebrate, let's party, let's be nice to each other. Come on folks can't we all just get along."