West Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion - TRUTH EXPOSED_____ by ProphecyFactory


									BREAKING >>> West Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion - TRUTH EXPOSED!!!!!

I've blown this WIDE OPEN. Read it, then try to tell me this wasn't foul play.. Be patient,
read it all, and then tell me I didn't put it together just like I said I would here in my
previous thread from last month. LINK >>> Thread: Boston - The Texas Fertilizer Plant
Explosion is more important! They had a lawsuit against Monsanto!!! (Page 5)

Let's begin.

First off, let's talk a little bit about a man named William (Bill) Lauderback. Bill works
CURRENTLY, for a Strategic Relations Firm called Hill+Knowlton Strategies, one of whose
major clients is the infamous and globally powerful companies known as DuPont Chemical.

In the past, Bill Lauderback also worked for a Strategic Relations Firm called Bonner &
Associates as VP of Operations.. Of Bonner & Associates major clientele list, is none other
than Monsanto.

Just 5 days before the West Fertilizer Co. explosion that leveled a town, Monsanto and
DuPont had settled a long running lawsuit over rights and usage of their proprietary
technologies, by agreeing to work together. Interestingly enough this compromise between
DuPont and Monsanto may or may not have had to do with William (Bill) Lauderback's past
and present connections between both Hill+Knowlten and Bonner & Associates (the two
Firms whom Bill Lauderback has held high positions in).

Now here's the twist - Previously, as has been verified in this article from the Wall Street
Journal, West Fertilizer (formerly known as Texas Grain, Inc.) had a long standing and
HUGE Class action lawsuit against Monsanto which was ran into the ground after a
magistrate judge denied a request to certify the case as a class action. The lawyer said
Texas Grain appealed the ruling, and that a district judge has railroaded the case by stalling
to rule on the appeal, subsequently causing Monsanto to go scott-free due to a statute of
limitations. Link >>> [link to blogs.wsj.com]

Apparently, the company (Texas Grain) was represented by 30 attorneys from 12 firms and
now West Fertilizer was determined to continue to proceed with the suit against Monsanto
as did the previous owners of the company when it was called Texas Grain, Inc.

Now here is the smoking gun!!!

While Bill Lauderback has ties with Monsanto and DuPont who just agreed to work in unison,
he had absolutely ZERO ties with West Fertilizer Co.

So why did someone named Bill Lauderback just so happen to be the last person to edit a
Manta Business profile on the same day as the explosion, just 5 days after his two past and
present clients (Monsanto & DuPont) agreed to work together? Link to Manta Profile >>>
[link to www.manta.com]

Well I think I have found the Answer. Guess who owns DuPont? The Koch Brothers. SO,
what's the big deal with the Koch Brothers???? Hmmm....Do you know who the largest
owner of fertilizer business in the world is??? The Koch brothers!!


1. Monsanto faces massive class action legal problems from West Fertilizer.
2.   West Fertilizer Co. is competition to Koch Brother owned Koch Fertilizer, LLC.
3.   Koch Brothers also own DuPont
4.   DuPont and Monsanto being working together
5.   Five days later, West Fertilizer is utterly decimated.

It's a Win-Win-Win situation and in the best interests for DuPont, Monsanto, and Koch
Fertilizer, LLC. to get rid of West Fertilizer Co.

And believe me, it's JUST the tip of the iceberg, although this took me 2 hours to research
and compile. Somewhere in here, there needs to be access to weaponry via either
Haliburton or the US gov, both whom DuPont and Monsanto obviously have very close ties

I will delve further later this week, but you know that the explosion at West Fertilizer Plant,
as assumed by many, was in fact a missile strike.

Shin this Pit, PRONTO!

There's more info coming in my posts below about other government connections with
Monsanto, so keep reading…

April 18, 2013, 2:25 PM
Before the Blast, West Fertilizer’s Monsanto Lawsuit

AP Firefighter conduct search and rescue of an apartment destroyed by an
explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas
By Alexandra Berzon

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 -1.42%

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.

A court filing in 2008 indicated that Texas Grain Storage recently had been sold. Emil
Plasek is listed as a former owner.
Texas Grain Storage said it monitored the Roundup, stored in a stainless steel tank,
through a telephone connected to the tank, the company said.

Many documents in the case are sealed, and the public documents don’t reveal the
names of the plant’s then-current owners. Texas corporation records list the president of
the company as Donald R. Adair, and show a business operating as Adair Grain Inc. at
the same address.

Texas Grain Storage was represented by roughly 30 lawyers at 12 firms, according to
court records. One lawyer who represented Texas Grain said the suit stalled in 2010
after a magistrate judge denied a request to certify the case as a class action. The
lawyer said Texas Grain appealed the ruling, and that a district judge has yet to rule on
the appeal. The last public filing in the case was in 2010.

Monsanto responded to Texas Grain’s complaint by saying the company didn’t have
standing to bring the case and was barred by the statute of limitations. Thursday, a
Monsanto spokesman said, “The long dormant lawsuit filed by Texas Grain had nothing
to do with fertilizer or the operation of the West, Texas plant.”
See also:
Full Coverage of the Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion – WSJ Streams



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