September 16, 2005 - 20:36
VANCOUVER (CP) - Police are analyzing piles of documents stretching 20 feet higher than the Empire State building from pot crusader Marc Emery's computer, court heard on Friday.
Prosecutors say it will take until January for them to analyze. Emery is wanted by the United States for selling marijuana seeds over the Internet to Americans.
Lawyers asked Associate Chief Justice Patrick Dohm for more time before setting a date for Emery's extradition hearing, because they have so much evidence to examine.
The case was put over until Oct. 21.
His co-accused, Michelle Rainey-Fenkarek and Gregory Williams appeared with Emery on Friday.
Their lawyers said they all have to work out payment and that their clients may be applying for legal aid.
Emery, who is out on bail, was granted permission to make trips to Montreal on Sept. 18 and Calgary on Sept. 30.