Recommended reading: The Story of Michael White

Widely publicized by Neil Young in the video short Seeding Fear. . .

Michael White, a seed merchant and fourth generation farmer had a good life on Alabama’s Sand Mountain.  But it disintegrated into a nightmare soon after he spotted a man from Monsanto spying on him.  In short order, White was sued by Monsanto for patent infringement regarding its genetically modified seeds and threatened with financial ruin.  Refusing to buckle, he chose to fight.  And that’s when the conglomerate’s spies–using tactics that would embarrass the KGB–decided to teach him a lesson he would never forget.

Read how White’s customers were threatened, how his farm was buzzed by unmarked aircraft and helicopters, how he was continually stalked and photographed everywhere he went, and how Monsanto even sued White’s father Wayne for GMO patent infringement on the eve of his 80th birthday. He was in failing health and Virginia, his wife of 60 years, was bedridden and dying of cancer. And Wayne hadn’t farmed since the 1970s!

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