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Texas Fertilizer Company had a pending class action lawsuit against Monsanto

Shot heard around the world?Texas Fertilizer Company that blew up with earthquake force had a pending class action lawsuit against Monsanto??? Seems a few of the videos out there show an obvious missile drone attack check it out and see what you think. Monsanto....or is it Korea

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra638xs1o7g

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-uBLF5I_7Y

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wVEQkanOsw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=lLnTGNlGv9g&feature=ends...

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wow

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While the fire could be caused by sabotage

I feel that the missile attack is too much.

Military folks with JDAMs, hoping to pull off a super-secret stunt would probably not...

...first light the plant on fire...

...during the day...

...so that everyone was watching...

...wait for folks to get out their cameras...

...and only then fire a missile at it.

Missiles move fast, but not so fast that thousands of people staring at the impact site from all angles would all miss it.

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OK

What is your explanation for the huge directional explosion with a pretty clear projectile force?

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Clear projectile force?

based on what? your history of watching youtube videos?

The explosion could easily be a tank of ammonium nitrate or a number of other combustible chemicals found on a fertilizer plant!!! The wind was blowing the fire in the direction where the explosion came from. It's likely the heat of the fire caused a tank to explode. To jump to the conclusion it was a missile is moronic. Why would the government need a missile to make a fertilizer plant explode? The fire had that covered. DUHR

Ok this is wierd.

I Imagine that if insiders know there's going to be a terror attack, they want to get as many dirty deeds done while nobody's looking.

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What's weird is your lack of logic

Monsanto started the plant on fire and then blew it up???????

why would they need a missile to blow up a fertilizer plant that was already on fire????? The fire was raging and the plant was fully engulfed. The mission was already accomplished why shoot a missile into it in the middle of the day? Why?

WSJ, Before the Blast, West Fertilizer’s Monsanto Lawsuit

As details emerge about the Texas fertilizer plant that was the site of Wednesday’s fatal explosion and fire, a few tidbits can be gleaned from a 2007 lawsuit that the plant’s owners filed against agribusiness giant Monsanto Co. MON +0.22%

The suit, filed as a potential class action in U.S. District Court for the western district of Texas, claimed that Monsanto had artificially inflated prices for its herbicide Roundup through anti-competitive actions. The suit did not relate to storing fertilizer, believed to be at the root of Wednesday’s blast.

The suit was filed by Texas Grain Storage Inc. The company now calls itself West Fertilizer Co.

In the suit, the company said that it was started in 1957 as a grain-storage business by the Plasek family in the town of West, Texas. It later built a small fertilizer-blend plant and started selling fertilizer to area farmers.

Zak Covar, executive director of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, told a news conference Wednesday that the fertilizer storage and blending facility had been there since 1962.

In 1970 it started selling other agricultural products, including some from Monsanto, and by 1997 it had struck a deal with Monsanto to directly purchase Roundup each year.

http://blogs.wsj.com/corporate-intelligence/2013/04/18/befor...

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Why Would they Need A Missile

to blow up a fertilizer that was already fully engulfed in flames?
Wouldn't the fire cause the chemicals to explode?

I wouldn't think Monsanto

would feel too threatened by this company. According to the WSJ, the "agribusiness giant" won the last round; the judge ruled against it being a class action suit. In any event, whatever did happen, the videos do show something strange prior to the explosion. P.S. A comparison: missile vs. the explosion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=1KNs3C...

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Anyone see this?

Who stands to gain from an explosion is the question...

..Good video....Maybe V for vendetta????, sadistic practice???? Seems our Mexican border has been unprotected and made public from budget cuts from this kind of drone attack since March . David VanDerBeek is so cool.

This is too much.

The loons have taken over this place. Michael can you do something about this? I don't want to be associated with so many kooks.

OP...go on pacer.gov and find the so called lawsuit.

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Evidence please!!!

Where did you read about this lawsuit? I'm interested!!

WSJ, Before the Blast, West Fertilizer’s Monsanto Lawsuit

As details emerge about the Texas fertilizer plant that was the site of Wednesday’s fatal explosion and fire, a few tidbits can be gleaned from a 2007 lawsuit that the plant’s owners filed against agribusiness giant Monsanto Co. MON +0.22%

The suit, filed as a potential class action in U.S. District Court for the western district of Texas, claimed that Monsanto had artificially inflated prices for its herbicide Roundup through anti-competitive actions. The suit did not relate to storing fertilizer, believed to be at the root of Wednesday’s blast.

The suit was filed by Texas Grain Storage Inc. The company now calls itself West Fertilizer Co.

In the suit, the company said that it was started in 1957 as a grain-storage business by the Plasek family in the town of West, Texas. It later built a small fertilizer-blend plant and started selling fertilizer to area farmers.

Zak Covar, executive director of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, told a news conference Wednesday that the fertilizer storage and blending facility had been there since 1962.

In 1970 it started selling other agricultural products, including some from Monsanto, and by 1997 it had struck a deal with Monsanto to directly purchase Roundup each year.

http://blogs.wsj.com/corporate-intelligence/2013/04/18/befor...

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

I didn't it is on the videos that there is one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra638xs1o7g

I edited it in late cause I am still looking myself. the third video is where I first heard about it.

This article says it is an AP article...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4bO6SjnYzE