By Rady Ananda
A few hours ago, the Food and Drug Administration declared it no longer needs credible evidence to seize food that may be contaminated. Ignoring the Fourth Amendment entirely, the FDA claims that based on mere suspicion that a food product has been contaminated or mislabeled, and that serious illness or death will result, it can hold the food for 30 days while it then looks for evidence. It claims this power under the Food Safety Modernization Act, which President Monsanto, I mean, Obama, signed in January.
On May 4th, the FDA stated:
“Previously, the FDA’s ability to detain food products applied only when the agency had credible evidence that a food product presented was contaminated or mislabeled in a way that presented a threat of serious adverse health consequences or death to humans or animals.
Posted in CorpoGov, FDA, Food Criminalization, Food Legislation
Tagged 4th Amendment, FDA, food control, food fascism, food freedom, food safety modernization act, food seizure, fsma, S. 510
By Greg Glaser, Attorney at Law
Center for Advanced Medicine and Clinical Research
(Also at Scribd)
Constitutional Law Analysis 2010
Pandemic Response Project
Brief Excerpt from Introduction: Is it lawful for government powers in a Republic, like the United States, to force vaccination or quarantine in the event of declared martial law, war, outbreak or pandemic? No, in a Republic, the individual rights of humans to be “peacefully natural” categorically defeat a government‘s emergency powers, unless the government can lawfully establish any of the following….
To: Professional Panel of the Pandemic Response Project
From: Greg Glaser, Attorney at Law
Date: October 15, 2010
Posted in Big Pharma, Biotechnology, Courts - Justice System, FDA
Tagged 1st amendment, 4th Amendment, 5th amendment, Big Pharma, Bioweaponry, Constitution, Due Process, FDA, forced vaccines, freedom of religion, genetic engineering, Healthcare, human rights, Human Rights Civil Liberties, martial law, Military, natural law, natural rights, NWO, Obama and Company, pandemic, Prisons, privacy, self quarantine, slavery, Swine Flu H1N1