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WATCH: Check out these 4 must-see videos on the HUGE win in the @MonsantoCo trial. &hashtags=ThursdayThoughts,Monsanto,Pesticides WATCH: Check out these 4 must-see videos on the HUGE win in the @MonsantoCo trial. &hashtags=ThursdayThoughts,Monsanto,Pesticides

It’s been nearly two weeks since the historic verdict in the Monsanto trial and the news is still buzzing. 
On Friday, Aug. 10, a jury in San Francisco ruled that the world’s most widely used herbicide—Monsanto’s Roundup—caused Dewayne “Lee” Johnson’s non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The jury found in favor of Mr. Johnson on all 16 questions the court asked them to answer.
Widespread media coverage of this landmark case has included articles by most major mainstream news organizations, including CNN, CBS, NBC, ABC and others—a signal that concerns about the health impacts of Roundup are mainstream, not limited to “fringe” groups, as the chemistry industry would like us to believe.
Though extensive, the recent news coverage of Johnson’s trial marks just the beginning of the story of Monsanto being held liable for its decades of deception—because Johnson is just the first of more than 4,000 people in the U.S. to file suit against Monsanto in state and federal courts, alleging Roundup caused their cancer.
Check out these four must-see videos that help sum up the gravity of the outcome of the first trial of a non-Hodgkin lymphoma victim against Monsanto.

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