Alesi et al v. Monsanto

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Final judgment
United States, Missouri

Carl Alesi, Kenneth Allen, Mark Aubin, Becky Jo Baker, Garland Campbell, Barbara Cantarella, William Charles, Larry Claybo, William Clayton, Marty Cox and Linda Cox, Timothy Craig, Cheryl Davis and Ralph Davis, August Diperna, Kenneth Epling, Nora Fipps, Roberta Fox, Evelyn Galan, Gary Gentile and Mary Gentile, Judy Goodwin, Mark Gray, John Guzman, Nicholas Hahn, as Next of Kin of Jo-Ann Hahn, deceased, Shelly Hammer, Greg Harvey, David Hohenstern, Ron Hurt, Lori Johnson, Bruce Kragenbrink, Janice Kuhns, John Laviano, Michael Lee, Sharon Lehman, Lorraine Mahan, Javier Mancilla, David Mays, Donna McClister, George McDavid, Carl Miller, Alexandre Mitromaras, Nikita Monroe, Yumary Montalvo-Diaz, Solomon Mullins, Susan Rousseau, Diana Schillberg, Rachel Sherman and Scott Sherman, Betty Sherrod, Karen Sturrock as next of Kin to John Sturrock, deceased, Billy Taylor, Joseph Taylor, Marylou Tindall, Karen Uerling, William Vogelsong, John Way, Ricky Wilkins
John F. Garvey, Sarah Shoemake Doles, Alyson M. Petrick, Gibbs C. Henderson, Danae Benton, William Carson

Civil court
Herbicide, Roundup, Glyphosate
Judgment in Plaintiffs’ favor for compensatory and punitive damages in an amount in excess of $25,000.00, together with interest, costs herein incurred, and all such other and further relief as this Court deems just and proper. Plaintiffs also demand a jury trial on the issues contained herein.
Circuit Court of St Louis County, 21st Judicial District of Missouri, United States

September 1, 2022
The plaintiffs' requests are denied. Monsanto's responsibility is not recognized.
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As a direct and proximate result of their exposure to Roundup herbicide and its reactive ingredient, glyphosate, plaintiffs developed non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL). They sue Monsanto for injuries and/or death sustained as a result Roundup. More specifically, plaintiffs’ claims involve Monsanto’s negligent, willful, and wrongful conduct in connection with the design, development, manufacture, testing, packaging, promoting, marketing, distribution, and/or sale of Roundup and/or other Monsanto glyphosate-containing products. Three plaintiffs (Cheryl Davis, 70, Marty Cox, 65 and Gary Gentile, 75) were chosen for the trial from the dozens of plaintiffs represented in the case. The hearings begin on Aug. 3, 2022 and the trial is expected to take roughly six weeks to complete. The trial is the first Roundup case to go before a jury in St. Louis County, just miles from where Monsanto had its headquarters for decades. On Sept. 1st, 2022, the jury of Circuit Court of St Louis County, 21st Judicial District sided with Monsanto and returned a defense verdict for the company.