I don't want it to be easy for farmers to use GMO seeds because of their infective nature(spreading the GMO traits to nearby non-GMO plants), so this particular case doesn't bother me if the guy knew it was GMO seed. I don't like the idea that this case might be used to affect other cases based on unwanted GMO attributes infecting other peoples crops. In those cases, I think Monsanto should have to pay to replace the infected GMO crop with a non-GMO crop as well as compensate any other damages, rather than assume that people wanted to steal the GMO attribute.
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