Quote:NaturalNews by Mike Adams
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration masterminded an illegal international abduction of an American citizen as part of its illegal war against natural cancer treatment products, NaturalNews can now reveal. (This is an exclusive NaturalNews story, so please credit NaturalNews as the source.) Gregory Caton, an herbal product formulator living in Ecuador, was kidnapped at gunpoint in 2009, forced onto an American Airlines commercial jet in Guayaquil, and flown to Miami as part of an â€œextraordinary renditionâ€ operation which involved U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials knowingly providing false information to Interpol (among other crimes) and recruiting what appear to be FBI agents who illegally operated on the ground in Ecuador.
This revelation fits the pattern of rising criminality throughout the U.S. federal government, where even the ATF was recently caught running guns into Mexico and specifically arming Mexican drug gangs as part of its now-exposed Fast and Furious operation (http://www.naturalnews.com/032934_ATF_il...earms.html).
NaturalNews has now acquired documentation proving that Greg Caton was illegally stalked and then abducted in Ecuador by U.S. State Department agents who bribed local officials and military personnel in Ecuador to help carry out the criminal acts. Some of those co-conspirators within the Ecuadorian government are named below.
The documentation proving all this hinges on Greg Catonâ€™s Direccion Nacional De Migracion report, which can be viewed at:
FDA dupes Interpol to achieve illegal kidnapping and deportation of herbal formulator Greg Caton
Wife of jailed herbalist Greg Caton to file criminal charges against FDA for violating federal law
Free Greg Caton from FDA tyranny; your help needed
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Odd, they worked for me at first. Thanks for fixing the links, Kreeper
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