Canadian soldier allegedly fed cannabis cakes to gunners on chimney train
A Canadian soldier is court-martialed after alleging he served cannabis-infused cupcakes to unwitting members of his artillery unit along a live-fire train. Bombardier Chelsea Cogswell faces 18 expenses for baking, in addition to administering a harmful substance and behaving in a disgraceful manner. Cogswell, who has served in the Canadian Army since 2011, was working in the canteen during the multi-week "Common Gunner Exercise" at a military base in Gagetown, New Brunswick, in July 2018. The event is part of Royal Canadian Training of officers of the Artillery School. Cogswell is accused of making the cupcakes while working in the canteen. Distributing them to unsuspecting members of his artillery battery. She has not publicly commented on the case. "All but one of the W Battery members who consumed the cupcakes reportedly experienced signs including dehydration, overheating, fatigue, confusion, dry mouth and paranoia," in response to court filings. Photos from the "General Gunnery Exercise" show troops, along with Battery W, firing howitzer cannons with 155mm rounds. "Several affected members allegedly failed to properly execute safe weapons and explosives handling with the drills," wrote Commander Sandra Sukstorf, one of the armed forces. The incident is believed to be the first time that a member of the Canadian Forces has been accused of administering cannabis to colleagues without their consent, a Navy spokesperson told CTV Information. Canada legalized cannabis for recreational use in October 2018, three months after Cogswell was accused of making the cupcakes. Canadian Army soldiers at this time can use cannabis, however, they are prevented from doing so at least 24 hours before operating a weapon or vehicle and eight hours before obligation.
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