The past week in California courts have resulted in a HUGE win for validating the toxicity of the pesticide RoundUp (Glyphosate).
Monsanto must pay $289.2M because RoundUp/Glyphosate causes cancer
For the past 8 weeks, San Francisco has been home to a trial in which a former groundskeeper with terminal cancer sued Monsanto Company for exposure to RoundUp causing his cancer. Today the jury returned a verdict ordering the agrochemical giant to pay $39.2 million in compensatory damages and $250 million in punitive damages for failing to warn consumers that exposure to RoundUp weed killer causes cancer.
A significant part of this case was based on secret internal Monsanto documents which showed that Monsanto that company employees “ghostwrote” scientific articles and paid outside scientists to publish the articles in their name. This will be the first of many lawsuits, and hopefully the demise of RoundUp.
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