If you were looking forward to the next Monsanto Roundup cancer trial, scheduled to begin this month in Monsanto’s backyard (St. Louis, Mo.), you’ll have to wait—maybe forever.
In its latest maneuvering to avoid accountability, Monsanto’s parent company, Bayer, has managed to get the case pulled from the docket.
It looks like justice for plaintiff Sharlean Gordon—and the more than 42,000 other victims whose similar cases are pending—will be delayed. If it happens at all.
Monsanto watchers were keen to follow this next trial. Former Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant had been ordered to take the stand, against his will. The trial was supposed to be broadcast to the public. Popcorn sales were up.
Now, it's "wait and see."
Last week, we reported that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice were doing their part to protect the poison cartel. Now this.
If our taxpayer-funded regulatory agencies won't protect us. And our "justice" system won't protect us. That just leave . . . us.