Monsanto, Monsanto Chemical Company of St. Louis, Missouri

Guilty of FORGERY

It is my understanding, through Deposition, that Monsanto supplied the documents and instructions to the Sales Rep's to get Customers Forged Signatures.

As you read this article and upon your completion of the entire article, you like me, are going to believe, as I do, that Monsanto and Farm Bureau are guilty of collusion and you are going to be wondering, as I do, "How Much Money Changed Hands" in order for Farm Bureau and Monsanto too go through the American Legal System guilty of Fraud & Forgery and walk away free and clear.

If you do business with these companies or these individuals. Everyone should remember

"If You Lie Down With Pigs, You Will Get Up Smelling Like Them"

Dee Marshall, Jim Swinney and Carl Redman. All are FELONS, All live in Mt. Vernon, Indiana. All are part of Farm Bureau. Jeff Jarrett, also a FELON, of Monsanto Chemical, St. Louis, Mo. (not pictured) lives at Washington, Indiana.

Dee Marshall Jim Swinney Carl Redman Jeff  Jarrett
812-838-2534 812-838-1457 812-838-4632 812-254-9270

No. 1 Farm Bureau purchased chemicals from Monsanto Chemical Company which originated in Iowa. According to the shipping receipt it was loaded on a truck in January, the coldest time of the year.  The shipping receipt clearly stated "Do not allow to freeze". After the product was loaded on to the truck, according to the shipping receipt, the product sat on that truck, in Iowa, for two days in freezing weather before delivery.

No. 2  This frozen product when applied to my fields did not work.

No.3 In addition Farm Bureau shorted the application rate to my fields by as much as 1/3.

No.4  Immediately  upon  discovery that the product was not working I drove to Farm Bureau and personally reported this to Carl Redman, the chemicals manager. He told me he would go look at the problem. A-Through the deposition process he stated that he never when to check the at all!

No. 5 After 8 weeks of trying to get Farm Bureau to take corrective action to save my crops with no action taken, I refused to pay the remainder of my chemical and fertilizer bill at Farm Bureau. I also call the manager for the land I tend, Carl Litten of Halderman Farm Management, and told him of the problem and advised him not to pay his portion of  the bill at Farm Bureau until a settlement could be reached.

No. 6 In order to cover his ass and his job from incompetence and negligence, Carl Redman, his secretary Dee Marshall and Jeff Jarrett, a sales rep., of Monsanto forged my signature to two claims releases forms. This is FELONY-FORGERY.

No  7 Jim Swinney, general manager of Farm Bureau, in and attempt to get Carl Litter of Halderman Farm Management and my farm manager, to pay his bill, sent Carl a letter saying that Mr. Winiger had reached an agreement for settlement of the damages. Carl Litten in turn, because he did not think Farm Bureau would be lying or guilty of forging my signature, paid his remaining portion of that bill.  The agreement Jim Swinney speaks of is the two FORGED claims release forms. This letter is FELONY-EXTORTION.

No. 8  Jim Swinney in order to cover Farm Bureau's ass, gave to the insurance adjuster Ron Janes of Janes Adjusting-Olney, Illinois, the two forged releases and in addition, Jim Swinney, forged my signature to a promisssory note for $53,000.00 which also was given to the insurance adjuster.. This is the third Forgery of my signature by Farm Bureau and this is also a FELONY.

No.9 In this case Farm Bureau and Monsanto are guilty of 3 Forgeries and a letter of EXTORTION.

No.10 I have uncovered numerious other forgeries in Indiana, Illinois and Iowa but the farmers involved have not got the backbone to stand up for themselves!

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