Even more on Monsanto's pollution record in Alabama


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Posted by Kerry Grissett on January 03, 2002 at 20:01:07:

In Reply to: More on pollution in Alabama posted by Kerry Grissett on January 03, 2002 at 16:56:59:

It isn't hard to find dozens of pages of evidence of Monsanto's pollution in Alabama. Not only the pcb's, but also lead and mercury. According to the articles Monsanto has shown no remorse for their pollution of Alabama and seem to be quite "proud" of what they have done. Read the articles and you will see what I mean. The EPA, state politicians (Don Siegelman and others) should not be forgotten for their failure to do the right thing and in some cases actually causing more harm (IMHO) by not cracking down on Monsanto, but actually working with their lobby (good ole boys?) to keep the clean ups minimal.

You only have to do a simple search on google.com for a long list of compelling articles about Monsanto's contamination of Alabama with PCB's, lead and mercury. How many other industries in Alabama are polluting our waters??? And what, if anything, are our politicians and environmental government agencies, federal, state, county, and city government representatives doing about it? My guess is not much. How long before YOU find out that something like the Anniston contamination is discovered in YOUR back yard? Make a NOISE!

http://www.google.com/search?q=monsanto+anniston+pollution&btnG=Google+Search



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