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Supreme Court sympathizes with Monsanto in seed patent case

19.02.2013 20:15

The United States Supreme Court justices heard arguments on Tuesday involving the case of a 75-year-old soybean farmer who is being sued for patent infringement by biotech giant Monsanto.

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Anonymous user 22.05.2013 19:34

He he controls the world food supply controls MANKIND.
Since banking is about fall.

Anonymous user 14.05.2013 05:25

i always thought that political favour was a grass-roots kinda thing; no? WAKE UP

Anonymous user 14.05.2013 04:30

Monsanto stole the original idea from the Creator. Day of reckoning coming soon

Anonymous user 14.05.2013 04:28

Monsanto has given the original Creator the middle finger; guess what'll happen next?

Anonymous user 14.05.2013 03:18

stop protesting and start acting; help each other; get together; work it out; no violence

Anonymous user 14.05.2013 03:17

i thought monopolies were disallowed?


Adriana 16.04.2013 23:01

Anonymous user 28.03.2013 21:58

So, why don't the farmers sue Monsanto for contaminating their natural grain crops?


Fa rmers do not have the money to sue Monsanto nor do they have the political favor.

Anonymous user 16.04.2013 14:10

Monsanto wants to patent Life and play God, which is why Atlantis lies at the bottom of the ocean.

Anonymous user 14.04.2013 17:22

banality of evil. GMO is going to be one of those things our children will ask: what did you do?

Anonymous user 04.04.2013 00:58

they killed the bee's next is us

Anonymous user 01.04.2013 03:25

Terrrible precedent given that genetically modified seeds pollinate just like regular seeds.

Anonymous user 31.03.2013 04:46

Interestingly, farmer's tend to be republicans, which is the faction standing against this farmer.

Anonymous user 29.03.2013 21:34

Is this crazy or what?? Monsanto bribes congress with huge amounts of money and gets the bill past?


Dominic Blais 29.03.2013 14:48

another fine example of why we should kill all conservatives

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