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Cow-Humans Visit NZ High Court

Among the demonstrators at the High Court today will be humans disguised as Ruakura cows - the ones with human genes. Does the NZ public want to meddle with nature's species boundaries? The High Court today reviews the status of the "medical experiment" at Ruakura's AgResearch Centre.
TIME/DATE 9.45am
PLACE High Court, Molesworth St (opp. Parliament)
EOPLE Citizens opposed to genetically engineered organisms in the NZ environment

For information Tel 025 735434 Fey Valiant-Wellington Area Coordinator from GE Free NZ

Submitters to the application will not have access to any further considerations made on this application. ERMA not only has not fulfilled its procedural obligations does not appear to have followed the letter of the law in respect of the release of genetic material into the wider environment as a result of this trial. In light of recent scientific research involving the finding of superbugs in samples from farm waste ponds and groundwater Dominion 20.4.01 a reassessment should be made.

Susie Lees
Secretary
GE Free NZ


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