US democracy IS an eli-lilly product...

i am all for expanding these struggles to the real issue: corporate
dominance of our political system.

> Why don't we just admit Eli Lilly and other large corporations are the 
> government of the United States now and forget all this nonsense about a 
> constitutional democracy?
> Does anyone have a list of Eli Lilly products so I can be sure never to buy 
> one?
> Alison
> um, this is an interesting paragraph...
> "After the preliminary injunction was issued on December 29, 2006,
> several of the enjoined persons continued their efforts to ensure that
> the documents remained publicly accessible.  In an email exchange on
> January 2, 2007 among Robert Whitaker, Vera Sharav, Will Hall, David
> Oaks, and Gottstein, Whitaker offered his gratitude to those who had
> helped disseminate the documents notwithstanding court orders
> prohibiting them from doing so: “[K]udos should go to others who have
> helped get this information out – Will Hall, David Oaks, Vera Sharav,
> MindFreedom.  This is a fight very much worth fighting.”  See Pet’r
> Findings of Fact, supporting ex. 28.  Sharav responded, “It’s important
> to keep track of where/when the documents may surface again on
> cyberspace and let people know.”  Id. (emphasis supplied). Will Hall
> added, “what a great new years gift . . . massive eli-lilly psych drug
> scandal.”  Id.
> 5. Preliminary Injunction by Judge Cogan"

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