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Late Score for the good guys

OK, it’s been back and forth with the wins today. I’m stoping here and ending on a good note. (Like maybe a B-flat)

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Scientist who linked GMOs and glyphosate to rat tumors wins SECOND court case against criminal biotech shills who forged signatures to discredit his research


(NaturalNews) The Parisian High Court has ruled that French Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini, a scientist known for his controversial research linking GM feed with cancerous tumor growth in rats, was right when he concluded that GMOs are unsafe for human consumption.

Marc Fellous, former chairman of France’s Biomolecular Engineering Commission (BEC), has been indicted for “forgery” and “the use of forgery,” in a libel trial that he lost to Prof Gilles-Eric Seralini.

The BEC authorized multiple GM crops as safe for human consumption, while lying to the public and hiding scientific data suggesting GM food may be carcinogenic and health-damaging.

Details of the case are not available to the public, but according to an article on Seralini’s website, Fellous had used or copied the signature of a scientist, without his agreement, to argue that Seralini and his co-researchers were wrong in their reassessment of Monsanto’s own rat feeding studies.

During the reassessments – supported by the independent organization CRIIGEN – alarming signs of toxicity were reported when GMOs and Roundup were used long-term.

The sentence against Fellous is expected to be handed down in June 2016.

Second court victory reached

This was actually Seralini’s second court win in the battle against toxic GM food, which all started

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