Monthly Archives: October 2011

Confessions of an E.coli Terrorist Part 9

Everyone: The link below will take you to the concluding Part 9 of my article which documents systemic problems within USDA’s current deregulation of the largest slaughter plants.  Part 9 provides numerous suggestions for long-overdue changes within our meat inspection … Continue reading

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Part 8 of “Confessions of an E.coli Terrorist”

Click this link to check out Part 8. Enjoy the reading, and feel free to present your own comments. The final Part 9, including suggestions for changes, will be in Part 9 tomorrow. John    

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CONFESSIONS OF AN E.COLI TERRORIST

On Tuesday, October 11, attorney Bill Marler’s Food Safety News website published Part 1 of a 9-Part series I’ve written entitled “Confessions of an E.coli Terrorist”.  The series discusses USDA behavior at my plant in 2002, then discusses systemic problems … Continue reading

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Listeria in Colorado Canteloupe

Welcome to the first blog to be written on the website for FARE (Foundation for Accountability in Regulatory Enforcement)!  FARE intends to provide you frequent updates on pertinent issues facing public health, food safety, with a special focus on the … Continue reading

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