- The Parisian High Court ruled that Seralini was right when his studies found GMOs are not safe for human consumption despite the claims he used rats that were prone to tumors anyway.
- Marc Fellous, former chairman of France's Biomolecular Engineering Commission (BEC) has been indicted for forgery.
- The BEC lied to the public, and hid scientific data, when they said GMOs were safe for humans.
- Fellous had used a signature or copy of a signature of a scientist, without his consent, to smear Seralini.
From Naturalnews, Mar 21, 2016.
In one study, both the test and control group of rats were fed GMOs, so no significant differences were seen. Seralini analyzed 13 samples of rat feeds commonly fed to rats in studies and found all the feeds contained one or more of GMOs, heavy metals, dioxins, furans, and PCBs.
LinksSeralini's full article from 2015 here.