Sites about alleged unethical or illegal conduct by Monsanto (also known as Flexsys, Solutia, and Pharmacia).
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The Fake Persuaders
Article about Monsanto campaign to create fake people to post on Web sites to discredit scientific findings that may be bad for its image. [Guardian]
Fox TV Fires Its Reporters
Monsanto allegedly intimidated television producers whose investigative journalists had uncovered problems that would have embarrassed this giant Agri-chemical firm.
Monsanto Abandons Worldwide GM Wheat Project
In a statement Monsanto acknowledged that there was not a sufficient market to make the introduction of its GM wheat worthwhile. [Guardian]
Scientific Abuse and Possible Scientific Fraud in Monsanto Research
Details of abuse in Monsanto's methanol and formladehyde research related to aspartame (NutraSweet).
Stop Monsanto Now
Volunteer effort on Yahoo Club site by people concerned about the "new" Monsanto's power and motives.
Monsanto's Harvest of Fear
Feature article on the company's hardball legal tactics against farmers and co-ops, and Monsanto's attempt to disown responsibility for production of toxic chemicals. [Vanity Fair] (May 01, 2008)
Italian Police Raid Monsanto GM Stockpile
Italy's health authorities suspect Monsanto is illegally distributing genetically modified seed for growing crops. [BBC News] (March 28, 2001)
Monsanto's Greatest Hits
A chronology of company pursuits over the past 100 years, from Saccharin to "Terminator" seeds. [Metroactive] (May 11, 2000)
US Court Challenge to Monsanto
Monsanto and several other biotechnology companies are accused of legal wrongdoing in a US court. [BBC News] (December 14, 1999)
GM Spin Doctor, Heal Thyself
How the genetic modifications debate in the UK has been manipulated by lobbyists, public relations and advertising. Reports that the chair of the Commons Agriculture Select Committee is on the payroll of a Monsanto lobbyist. [FlyingFish] (August 01, 1999)
MM: The Ten Worst Corporations of 1994
Monsanto is ranked #5 for introducing rBGH. "Monsanto, the company that brought you Agent Orange, has invested over $500 million in rBGH, and it made sure earlier this year that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved it over forceful objections from the scientific community." (December 01, 1994)
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