Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Monsanto chemical poisoning

  • LYON/PARIS (Reuters) - A French court on Monday declared U.S. biotech giant Monsanto guilty of chemical poisoning of a French farmer, a judgment that could lend weight to other health claims against pesticides.
  • (Chicago Tribune)
  • A French court Monday found US agriculture giant Monsanto legally responsible for the poisoning of a farmer with one of its herbicides in 2004.
  • (Common Dreams)
  • Will UF similarly make a public denouncement of Monsanto, a company that has been charged with sharecropping and unethical monopolization and has now been found guilty of chemical poisoning? Its fair to say that it must.
  • (Independent Florida Alligator)
  • Introduced by biotech giant Monsanto into a highly toxic poison known as formaldehyde. In addition, they contain an exctiotoxic amino acid that agitates, thereby damaging nerves.
  • (Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com)
  • Back in 1935 Monsanto bought out a small chemical company located in Anniston Tragically, the company was also recklessly poisoning the local community, environment and its own workers with hundreds of tons of this highly toxic material.
  • (Common Dreams)
  • Monsanto, and corporate agribusiness, as we would expect, but the wholesale and retail giants in the natural products sector as well.
  • (Natural News.com)
  • According to sources citing EPA information; Monsanto's three phosphate mines have been declared federal Superfund sites, while the fourth mine was reportedly in violation of the provisions of the CWA.
  • (Bay Area Indymedia)

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