'Monsanto’s biggest secret is coming out, as the fate of their infamous herbicide hangs in the balance. For the first time ever, a judge allowed the release of incriminating documents that prove Monsanto colluded with federal regulators and scientists to promote glyphosate for financial gain.
The eye-opening Poison Papers are being made public by the law firm Baum Hedlund. The project includes more than 100,000 documents detailing how the chemical industry knowingly worked with government regulators to conceal the toxicity of chemical products for forty years. The Poison Paper’s lead journalist, Peter von Stackelberg, says the papers lay out “a 40-year history of deceit and collusion involving the chemical industry and the regulatory agencies that were supposed to be protecting human health and the environment.”
In the latest release of documents, it is clear that Monsanto deceived the public with their controversial, best-selling herbicide. Almost all the science backing glyphosate turns outs to be fraudulent. All claims of glyphosate safety were myths. Monsanto deceptively worked with federal regulators and laboratories to make glyphosate appear safe, all for financial gain.
Most frightening, the federal agencies that were supposed to protect the public went along with Monsanto instead and promoted toxic products under the guise of federal oversight. The Poison Papers reveal that Monsanto retracted studies at their own discretion if the study showed any form of glyphosate toxicity. Monsanto agents were caught ghostwriting articles deceptively promoting glyphosate. The chemicals that accompany glyphosate in Roundup make it even more toxic than glyphosate alone.'
Read more: Monsanto’s secret: Claims about glyphosate safety were junk science myths promoted for financial gain
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