Say Anything To Fool DuPont AG Customers, Imprelis Victims, the Media, and Investors!
THE SUNDAY SIZEUP
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Addressing the lack of response to Imprelis victims, Rik Miller, President of DuPont Crop Protection seems more concerned about DuPont IMAGE protection. In the New York Times, yesterday, June 23, 2012, Miller says disingenuously, if not deceptively, "I've never seen any inquiry go for days or weeks."
Miller's defencive posturing runs counter to recent reports in the DETROIT FREE PRESS by Cecil Angel, May 21, 2012 about numerous claimants waiting months in vain to receive their Imprelis resolution agreements, and those who have submitted such agreements, waiting months without payment. No cheque in the mail from a stalling, stonewalling DuPont.
Lawn care professionals complain that DuPont has not told their lawn service customers anything for months.
At the heart of this Imprelis environmental disaster is ineptness and a seeming lack of integrity on the part of DuPont Management. Where is the corporate leadership? Ms. Kullman, DuPont Chieftess, and her craven crew on the ninth floor of the dingy grey DuPont Building, the Company's laughably called World Headquarters of Sustainable Excellence in Wilmington, Delaware, have never muttered a public word of accountability or apology for their extraordinarily toxic, counterfeit "innovation" in herbicides.
Contemptuously dismissing the contentions of multi-month long delays in responses to DuPont customers and Imprelis-victimised property owners, Rik Miller, President of DuPont Crop Protection, sneers that "the Company [DuPont] prides itself on its responsiveness."
Folks, if that's not monumental mendacity on the part of DuPont Senior Management, we don't know what is!
SOURCE: "DuPont Facing 30000 Claims For Tree Deaths," by Jim Robbins, THE NEW YORK TIMES, June 23, 2012.
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