Published On: Thu, Jun 25th, 2015

First “false advertising” lawsuit against Monsanto – Media Blackout!

America’s first-ever “false advertising” lawsuit against Monsanto – Media Bl out!

Monsanto Roundup Classaction Lawsuit

According to T. Matthew Phillips, Esq., an attorney registered with the California State Bar, and the Plaintiff Class Counsel of record for this Class Action lawsuit against Monsanto:

“Monsanto claims that Roundup targets enzymes supposedly found only in plants — not in people — but this is blatantly false.

The truth is, Roundup targets enzymes found in both plants AND people — specifically in our gut bacteria — which are vulnerable to potent pesticides like Roundup.

Monsanto’s claim — that Roundup targets enzymes “not found in people” — is objectively false and inherently misleading.”

Read the entire Class Action Complaint for Damages dated April 20, 2015 here: lawsuit against Monsanto and visit MonsantoClassAction.org to see how you can help with this important effort!

 

Monsanto Roundup Class Action Complaint front page

Enzymes in People Monstanto

Glyphosate to Ripen our Crops

Visit The Facebook Page: Monsanto Class Action Page
Sign the petition to Ban Use of Glyphosate-based Herbicides



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