Wikileaks-style document dump reveals deep EPA collusion with Monsanto to conceal dangers of glyphosate herbicide (deposition of Jess Rowland)
03/15/2017 // Mike Adams // Views

A series of truly bombshell court documents have just been unearthed by the U.S. Right to Know campaign, which supports GMO labeling of food products.

We are now translating all the documents into plain text so that journalists and activists can easily mine the documents for bombshell revelations implicating the corrupt EPA in a far-reaching campaign of environmental crimes.

There are hundreds of pages of documents in all. This is truly a Wikileaks-style document dump revealing deep collusion between the EPA and Monsanto to conceal conclusive evidence showing glyphosate to be carcinogenic.

Without question, these documents reveal a criminal racketeering operation inside the EPA in much the same way that the CDC is also running a criminal racketeering operation that colludes with vaccine manufacturers.

Here's the URL of the first document we've posted, which is the "PLAINTIFFS’ REPLY IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO COMPEL DEPOSITION OF JESS ROWLAND."

Jess Rowland was a high-level EPA operative who squashed scientific evidence for Monsanto, making sure toxic herbicides like glyphosate remained approved by the EPA (which has become a total joke itself, now dubbed the "Environmental Pollution Agency").

Hundreds more pages are currently being processed and posted to in the next 48 hours.

A small taste of what you'll find in this "motion to compel deposition" document includes the following:


Marion Copley, D.V.M., a 30-year career EPA scientist and recipient of numerous awards, wrote a letter to Mr. Rowland in March 2013, two years before the public debate about the carcinogenicity of glyphosate began in earnest. Dr. Copley was a senior toxicologist in the EPA’s Health Effects Division, and she worked closely with Mr. Rowland. Diagnosed with terminal cancer, she had to retire for health reasons and passed away in January 2014. Before her death, she voiced her serious concerns to Mr. Rowland about his and EPA’s handling of glyphosate.

Dr. Copley’s dying declaration begins by naming no fewer than fourteen effects of glyphosate known to EPA, all of which are plausible mechanisms of action explaining the increase in lymphoma risk.

Dr. Copley’s letter points at corruption within EPA; she asks that Mr. Rowland consider her scientific assertions rather that “play your political conniving games with the science to favor the registrants [pesticide manufacturers].” Dr. Copley confronts Mr. Rowland with allegations that he and Anna Lowit, who still works at EPA, “intimidated staff on CARC and changed HIARC and HASPOC final reports to favor industry.” Dr. Copley’s letter closes with an additional accusation toward Ms. Lowit: “If anyone in OPP is taking bribes, it is her.” She requests that Mr. Rowland “for once do the right thing and don’t make decisions based on how it affects your bonus.”

Read the full document now at this link at the Glyphosate News website.




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