Scientist who discovered GMOs cause tumors wins lawsuit

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GILLES ERIC SƒERALINI EST PROFESSEUR DE BIOLOGIE MOLƒCULAIRE Ë L'UNIVERSITƒ DE CAEN, CHERCHEUR ET CODIRECTEUR DU PïLE "RISQUES, QUALITƒ ET ENVIRONNEMENT DURABLE". IL A MENƒ ENTRE 2008 ET 2011 UNE EXPƒRIENCE DONT LES CONCLUSIONS ONT RƒVƒLƒ LES EFFETS TOXIQUES SUR DES RATS D'UN OGM ALIMENTAIRE ET DU PESTICIDE ROUNDUP DE LA FIRME MONSANTO. IL POSE ICI AVEC SON ƒQUIPE DANS SON LABORATOIRE DE CAEN : NICOLAS DEFARGE (CHEVEUX BLOND), ROBIN MESNAGE (CHEVEUX NOIR) ET JOEL SPIROUX PRƒSIDENT DU CRIIGEN - COMITƒ DE RECHERCHE ET D'INFORMATION INDƒPENDANTE SUR LE GƒNIE GƒNƒTIQUE (VESTE NOIRE), QUI A COFINANCƒ L'ƒTUDE. CAEN, NORMANDIE, FRANCE. FƒVRIER 2013.

Dr. Gilles Eric Seralini and his team in Normandie, France in 2013. Via: GMOSeralini.org

A court has ruled that French Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini was correct when he concluded that GMO food, when fed to rats, caused serious health problems including tumors.

March-against-monsanto.com reports:

Now, Prof. Séralini is in the news again – this time for winning a major court victory in a libel trial that represents the second court victory for Séralini and his team in less than a month.

On November 25, the High Court in Paris indicted Marc Fallous, the former chairman of France’s Biomolecular Engineering Commission, for “forgery” and the “use of forgery.” The details of the case have not been officially released.

But according to this article from the Séralini website, Fallous used or copied the signature of a scientist whose name was used, without his agreement, to argue that Séralini and his co-workers were wrong in their studies on Monsanto products, including GM corn. A sentencing for Fallous is expected in June 2016.

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