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  1. T Allen

    Great work Susan. I really hope some good lawyers can take all these people down. People shouldn’t have to die if y for a government agency or because of lack of competence of Gov agencies. Unfortunately this is all to common in the Gov and in ALL departments.

  2. Hannie

    All I can say is YUK…….& you expect me to feed this $$$$ to my baby girl? NOT.

  3. paponypal

    SUSAN HUGE KUDO’S FOR YOUR WORK UNDERCOVERING MORE DECET.

  4. kawthar ismail

    Good for you. I bought a Mars product not knowing it was a Mars pet food product. Yuck. I quickly switched and threw that yuck stuff out. Cant trust that co.

  5. Keller

    So discouraging. Nothing will get better under the current administration and one can only hope that someone will take this case to court and appeals court, if necessary. There’s no point in making laws and regulations if there is no one who will enforce them. Corruption is rampant everywhere, and while most employees and employers are honorable, there are those who play the system and get away with it, even when it is blatantly evident. Money speaks much louder than the truth.

    You’ve been insistent, persistent and outspoken. Like with most whistleblowers, payback is hell, regardless of the legal protections the government has promised. We have to find some way to speak louder than the money, but I have no faith that things will change until our country has an honorable government that enforces the laws and regulations that have been created. So, so discouraging. So very sorry for you, Susan. We must persist somehow. Please tell us what we can do.

  6. Vicki

    no faith that things will change until our country has an “honorable government”…….unfortunately no such thing exists!

  7. Cynthia W.

    Reading all of this evidence, and the blatant attempts made by government officials to cover it up, is bone chilling. I’ll bet this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Mars. I no longer want to support any company owned by this conglomerate. The Mars “Five Principles” reads like something one would hear if they were a disciple of L. Ron Hubbard.

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