Johnson & Johnson investigation

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    Johnson & Johnson investigation

    Asbestos found in baby powder. You'll Never Guess How J&J Respond!...  (Video)

    Johnson & Johnson knew for decades that asbestos lurked in its Baby Powder (article)

    Johnson & Johnson Shares Plunge After Report It Knew of Asbestos in Baby Powder (article)

    J&J said the Reuters report is nothing more than “absurd conspiracy theory”.

    Oh really. Then how come there is mountain of evidence saying there is evidence on J&J KNEW ABOUT THE ASBESTOS PROBLEM.

    Reuters only reported on “document fact” that J&J knew what their we're doing.

    “The World Health Organization and other authorities recognize no safe level of exposure to asbestos. While most people exposed never develop cancer, for some, even small amounts of asbestos are enough to trigger the disease years later. Just how small hasn’t been established. Many plaintiffs allege that the amounts they inhaled when they dusted themselves with tainted talcum powder were enough.”

    My question here is will you still buy J&J products even after reading and learning what they did was wrong in the past?

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    Zoiks.
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    Yeah pretty scary huh. 

    Facts should scared people sometimes.

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    6 Ways the Food Industry Tricks You Into Eating Garbage - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0cdYR7kXrc
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    whatchu talkin bout Willis?

    " the U.S. Food & Drug Administration said a study found "no asbestos fibers or structures in any of the samples of cosmetic-grade raw material talc or cosmetic products containing talc."

    from YOUR link......sorry dude I see NO proof of this claim, yet.
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    Have you actually read the document of the article that Reuters put up?  These documents are in the bottom of the article...


    Plus important to note these finding we're found between 1970's to the late 1990's.  Now since 2003 and the present there haven't been any proof of any wrong doing..

    BTW, have you even watch the short video? It only 17mins explaining what these two articles we're saying and have news interview on how the narrative were being twisted..


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    I'm at work, can't watch the videos hehe

    what reuters article?  I just went by the link provided......except for the videos.
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    Hmm. That so wried it post the wrong link. 

    Anyways here it is. 

     
    BTW all you had to do was just copy and paste the title in the search bar and it would had came up.



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    I didn't think about the copy and paste, I generally read the forums in-between stuff I have to or should do at work hehe  that's just way too much for me to read, but those who covered up and made false reports should be held liable.  I hate these things when the company and all it's workers are punished for what the management and upper levels do or don't do, that too is a terrible shame alone with the people harmed.  The lawsuits hurt the whole company, workers and all, the rich ceo and upper management, the people who cover it up and knew about it, doesn't hurt them all that much in comparison, not usually anyway.
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    Yes it is totally unfortunate. It unfortunate for every one involved. Every did get hurt and it just not right. And the ppl who did cover it up. Unfortunately not much will happen to them. 

    It a good in-depth article and what happened should get more attention and let hope company's can learn from J&J mistakes. 

    But the company J&J should be hold to strict for what they did. They failed their responsibility to protect the public with this information and should be hold to the strictly for this...

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    the "company" didn't, because that would include the workers, truck drivers etc etc and they will also be hurt by this, it was management and who ever else was involved, they are at fault for this and they should be the ones to pay and held responsible imo. but that is rarely the case.
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    Not sure it a rare case. 

    I mean alot of company make mistakes and try to cover up what they did.
     

    It just hard to prove they did it. Bec they have money and power. The bigger the company the harder to prove any wrong doing against them...

    It is very unfortunatly that the higher up don't get  anything pinned against them. 



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    rare that the people who imo are responsible are actually held responsible for their own actions, vs punishing everyone in the whole company, which many of didn't know or have anything to do with the issue.
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    I agree. Most of the People who work for the company isn't at fault and had no idea of what was going on.

    The ppl who should be hold accountable is the ppl who know and the higher management.  They should be hold  accountable for their actions...