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Agent Orange Action Group Calls for protest at Monsanto's annual general meetingSalem-News.com
Monsanto stockowners can express anger and concerns by asking questions to the board members for the criminal damage of Agent Orange.
(DA NANG Vietnam) - Monsanto, the company that manufactured Agent Orange used on Vietnam resulting in the deaths of many thousands of Vietnamese and the abnormal births of many thousands more, and also among military forces from the US and other countries who served during the Vietnam War, announced on 25th October that its Board of Directors has designated
Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 as the date of the next annual meeting of shareowners.
Monsanto’s annual meeting will be held at the company’s headquarters facility in suburban St. Louis. Additional meeting details will be included in the company’s proxy statement, which will be available in December.
Len Aldis, Chairman of Agent Orange Action Group called upon all who are suffering from the effects of Agent Orange to take this opportunity to purchase shares in the company in so doing they can express their anger and concerns by asking questions to the board members for the criminal damage Agent Orange has caused to all victims and their families.
For those unable to purchase share, to encourage others to join you outside the meeting in a peaceful expression of your anger.Len Aldis. Chairman Agent Orange Action Group firstname.lastname@example.org Visit our website: www.aoag.org
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