>>3. If Monsanto has broken the law they will have to suffer the consequences of law as any company or individual found guilt would. This includes thieving farmers from Canada. Please note however that the story you posted does not reference Monsanto being charged with stealing technology.<<
There you go with your fairy tale world of school books, again! You see, in the real world, we're not all equal in the eyes of the law. Otherwise, why the hell would Monsanto spend many millions of dollars on their legal team? I doubt Percy has pockets quite that deep. My BBC story DID note Monsanto breaking the law. They had, not seeds, but TONS of GM food in a country where it is outlawed!! What do you think appropriate punishment for that is?