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Monday, March 28, 2016

Lawsuit against FDA alleges fraud and crimes, here are the 24 PDFs


Lawsuit Unleashes Documents Alleging FDA Covered up Risks of GMOs since 1991. (This article is free and open source.)

Steven Druker filed the lawsuit against the FDA and now has 44,000 emails from the FDA. His website, Alliance for Biointegrity, has 24 PDFs of emails and memos showing how the FDA knew GMOs were dangerous, and made policy assuming GMOs were safe anyway. What's more is Druker puts on his website all the laws the FDA has broken.

There is even a torrrent for the 24 PDF files but torrent links are not allowed on Blogger.com.


Here's the TOC.txt file:

FDA Scientists Discuss Various Safety Concerns


1.  Comments from Dr. Linda Kahl, FDA compliance officer, to Dr. James Maryanski, FDA Biotechnology Coordinator, about the Federal Register document “Statement of Policy: Foods from Genetically Modified Plants.”  Dated January 8, 1992. (3 pages) View Document

2.  Memorandum from Dr. Edwin J. Mathews to the Toxicology Section of the Biotechnology Working Group. Subject: “Analysis of the Major Plant Toxicants.” Dated October 28, 1991. (2 pages) View Document

3.  Memorandum from Dr. Samuel I. Shibko to Dr. James Maryanski, FDA Biotechnology Coordinator.  Subject: “Revision of Toxicology Section of the Statement of Policy: Foods Derived from Genetically Modified Plants.” Dated January 31, 1992. (3 pages) View Document

4.  Comments from Dr. Louis J. Pribyl re: the “Biotechnology Draft Document, 2/27/92.” Dated March 6, 1992. (5 pages) View Document

5.  Comments from Dr. Louis J. Pribyl re: “… the March 18, 1992 Version of the Biotechnology Document.” Dated March 18, 1992. (1 page) View Document

6.  Comments from Division of Food Chemistry and Technology and Division of Contaminants Chemistry. Subject: “Points to Consider for Safety Evaluation of Genetically Modified Foods.  Supplemental Information.”  Dated November 1, 1991. (3 pages) View Document

7. Memorandum from Dr. Mitchell Smith, Head, Biological and Organic Chemistry Section, to Dr. James Maryanski, Biotechnology Coordinator.  Subject: “Comments on Draft Federal Register Notice on Food Biotechnology, Dec. 12, 1991 draft.”  Dated January 8, 1992. (2 pages) View Document

8.  Letter from Dr. James Maryanski, Biotechnology Coordinator, to Dr. Bill Murray, Chairman of the Food Directorate, Canada.  Subject: the safety assessment of foods and food ingredients developed through new biotechnology. Dated October 23, 1991. (2 pages) View Document

9.  Comments from Dr. Carl B. Johnson on the “draft statement of policy 12/12/91.” Dated January 8, 1992. (2 pages) View Document

10. Memorandum from Dr. Gerald B. Guest, Director of the Center for Veterinary Medicine, to Dr. James Maryanski, Biotechnology Coordinator.  Subject: “Regulation of Transgenic Plants–FDA Draft Federal Register Notice on Food Biotechnology.”  Dated February 5, 1992. (4 pages) View Document

Specific Objections to the Use of Antibiotic-Resistant Marker Genes

11. Memorandum from Dr. James Maryanski, Biotechnology Coordinator, to Dr. Murray Lumpkin.  Subject: “Use of Kanamycin Resistance Marker Gene in Tomatoes.”  (1 page) View Document

12. Memorandum from Dr. Murray Lumpkin to Dr. Bruce Burlington.  Subject: “The tomatoes that will eat Akron.” Dated December 17, 1992. (7 pages) View Document

13. Memorandum from Dr. Albert Sheldon to Dr. James Maryanski, Biotechnology Coordinator.  Subject: “Use of Kanamycin Resistance Markers in Tomatoes.” Dated March 30, 1993.  (3 pages) View Document

Safety Questions Raised by Tests on the Flavr Savr Tomato™–the First Bioengineered Plant that Came to Market

14. Memorandum from Dr. Fred Hines to Dr. Linda Kahl.  Subject: “FLAVR SAVR Tomato:” … “Pathology Branch’s Evaluation of Rats with Stomach Lesions From Three Four-Week Oral (Gavage) Toxicity Studies” … “and an Expert Panel’s Report.”  Dated June 16, 1993. (3 pages) View Document

15. Memorandum from Robert J. Scheuplein, Ph.D. to the FDA Biotechnology Coordinator and others. Subject: “Response to Calgene Amended Petition.” Dated October 27, 1993. (4 pages) View Document

16. Memorandum from Dr. Carl B. Johnson to Dr. Linda Kahl & Others. Subject: “Favr Savr(TM) tomato; significance of pending DHEE question.” Dated Dec 7, 1993. (1 page) View Document

17. Memorandum from Dr. Fred Hines to Dr. Linda Kahl.  Subject: “FLAVR SAVR Tomato”… “Pathology Branch’s Remarks to Calgene Inc.’s Response to FDA Letter of June 29, 1993.”  Dated December 10, 1993. (3 pages) View Document

Additional Evidence of Improprieties In The Formation Of FDA Policy On Bioengineered Foods


18. Note from Dr. James Maryanski, Biotechnology Coordinator, to Mr. Michael Taylor.  Subject: “Food Biotechnology Policy Development.”  Dated October 7, 1993. (1 page) View Document

19.Document titled “FDA REGULATION OF FOOD PRODUCTS DERIVED FROM GENETICALLY ALTERED PLANTS: POINTS TO CONSIDER”  Not dated. (3 pages) View Document

20. Memorandum from Dr. James Maryanksi, Biotechnology Coordinator, to the Director of the Center for Applied Nutrition.  Subject: “FDA Task Group on Food Biotechnology: Progress Report 2.” Dated August 15, 1991. (1 page) View Document

21. Memorandum from David Kessler, Commissioner of Food & Drugs. Subject: “FDA Proposed Statement of Policy Clarifying the Regulation of Food Derived from Genetically Modified Plants–DECISION.” Dated March 20, 1992. (4 pages) View Document

22. Letter from Terry Medley, J.D. (of USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service), to Dr. James Maryanski, Biotechnology Coordinator.  Subject: “Comments on FDA Draft Statement of Policy on foods derived from new plant varieties, including plants derived by recombinant DNA techniques. Dated April 2, 1992. (5 pages) View Document

23. Note from Eric Katz (Dept. of Health & Human Services) to John Gallivan. Subject: “Food Biotechnology Policy Statement.”  Dated March 27, 1992. (2 pages) View Document

24. Memorandum from James B. MacRae, Jr. (of the Office of Management and Budget), for C. Boyden Gray (President Bush’s White House counsel).  Subject: “FDA Food Biotechnology Policy.”  Dated March 21, 1992. (2 pages) View Document

Update 4/7/16: More groups sue FDA. Case 3:16-cv-01574 PDF here. Plaintiffs include Center for Food Safety and Earthjustice.


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