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From: TSS ()
Subject: Re: Mad Cow Class Action Against Federal Government Obtains Green Light from Quebec Court
Date: June 17, 2007 at 1:15 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Mad Cow Class Action Against Federal Government Obtains Green Light from Quebec Court posted by TSS on June 17, 2007 at 1:13 pm:

Welcome to the BSE class action website.

On May 20, 2003 cattle producers were struck with the worst disaster to hit
the Canadian agriculture industry since the Great Depression. Bovine
spongiform encephalopathy (also known as BSE or mad cow disease) was
diagnosed in one cow in Alberta, triggering the immediate closing of
international borders to Canadian cattle and beef. Canadian cattle
producers have lost billions of dollars in revenue as a result. Farms that
have been in the same family for generations have been sold. Many producers
have been forced to turn their back on farming altogether. Families have
suffered and continue to suffer. This national class action is intended to
recover every penny lost by Canadian cattle producers from those who caused
their losses.


http://www.bseclassaction.ca/

SADLY, the families that have lost loved ones directly from animal TSEs or
indirectly via friendly fire from animal TSE, well, there just sh!t out of
luck, INDUSTRY RULES! it's all spontaneous/sporadic/ukbsenvcjd only. only
cows can get TSE orally, and only cattle ranchers can be compensated, even
though these animal TSE transmit orally to primate. and we know they
transmit via the medical and surgical arena. don't you just love political
junk science. ...


TSS




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