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Cirque du Soleil founder detained for growing cannabis on private island

BBC News Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Guy Laliberte's company says the plant is grown on his island in the South Pacific for personal use.
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News video: Cirque Du Soleil Co-Founder Detained In Tahiti

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Guy Laliberte, the Canadian co-founder of Cirque Du Soleil has been detained for growing cannabis on his private island in French Polynesia.

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