Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
Telephone: 770-242-2599
E-Mail: BettyM19@mindspring.com

Posted: 25 November 2008

The way Searle, original manufacturer of aspartame, does research, records also on Aldactone and Flagyl: All exposed in Congress, all still remain on the market causing disease, cancer and death.

"In view of these indications that the cancer causing potential of aspartame is a matter that had been established WAY BEYOND ANY REASONABLE DOUBT, one can ask: What is the reason for the apparent refusal by the FDA to invoke for this food additive the so-called Delaney Amendment to the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act?"

The Delaney Amendment makes it illegal to allow any residues of cancer causing chemicals in foods. In his concluding testimony Gross asked, "Given the cancer causing potential of aspartame how would the FDA justify its position that it views a certain amount of aspartame as constituting an allowable daily intake or 'safe' level of it? Is that position in effect not equivalent to setting a 'tolerance' for this food additive and thus a violation of that law? And if the FDA itself elects to violate the law, who is left to protect the health of the public?" Congressional Record SID835:131 (August 1, l985)

On January 10, l977 in a 33 page letter, FDA Chief Counsel Richard Merrill recommended to U.S. Attorney Sam Skinner that a grand jury investigate Searle for "apparent violations of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. 331 (e) and the False Reports to the Government Act, l8 U.S.C. 1001, for "their willful and knowing failure to make reports to the Food and Drug Administration required by the Act 21 U.S.C. 355 (i) and for concealing material facts and making false statements in reports of animal studies conducted to establish the safety of aspartame. The FDA calls special attention to studies investigating the effect of Nutrasweet on monkeys and hamsters.

In this case both U.S. Attorney Sam Skinner and William Conlon hired on with the defense team and the statute of limitations expired. The FDA knew immediately. back in the l970's it was a poison. The original manufacturer, Searle, couldn't take a poison and make it show safety so they got caught with their pants down doing such things as filtering out neoplasms so the FDA wouldn't see them, and removing brain tumors from rats, then putting them back in the study and when the rats died they resurrected them on paper. So the FDA asked that Searle be indicted for fraud. Showing you the power of the aspartame industry both U.S. Prosecutors Sam Skinner and William Conlon hired on with the defense team and the statute of limitations expired. But the FDA had no intention of allowing this deadly poison to be on the market and revoked the petition for approval. Here it is: http://www.mpwhi.com/fda_petition1.doc

Don Rumsfeld was CEO of Searle at the time, put there because of Searle's problems, to clean up the mess and get aspartame on the market. Talking to former employees they told me "everyone knew aspartame was poison and people thought the office would be closed down". The Bressler Report shows you some of the things Searle did: http://www.dorway.com/bressler.txt However, this is not the worst of the report as there is 20% missing, two mice studies that were conveniently removed when the FDA re-typed the report. The FDA thought it was so bad and so poisonous they didn't want anyone to know how bad aspartame really is, which doesn't say much for the FDA even though they tried to prevent approval. Dr. H. J. Roberts even asked his congressman to get the remainder after talking to Jerome Bressler but the FDA told the congressman it was confidential and they weren't going to release it even though its public record. So you have a corrupt FDA. I even attempted to get this material through FOIA but first it was confidential and then it was destroyed. http://www.mpwhi.com/fda_gate.htm Pretty pathetic. But the Bressler Report as stated above shows what Searle did to try and hide the facts.

Don Rumsfeld also knowing it was poison said he would call in his markers and get it approved anyway. What were those markers? President Reagan had promised to nominate Rumsfeld as Vice President and instead used George Bush. So Rumsfeld felt Reagan owed him a favor. The day after he took office he appointed Dr. Arthur Hull Hayes to be FDA Commissioner to over-rule the Board of Inquiry. The day after FDA had revoked the petition Searle sued to keep FDA Commissioner Jere Goyan from signing that petition into law. In the meantime, what to do with Jere Goyan who his wife said Rumsfeld had said had to go, because if he signed the petition aspartame would never have gotten on the market and millions of people the world over would be alive today who are now dead from this deadly chemical poison. Here's what happened. A member of the Reagan Transition Team called Jere Goyan at three AM and fired him. Here's a letter from his wife confirming this: http://www.mpwhi.com/letter_about_jere_goyan.pdf

President Reagan then wrote an Executive Order making the FDA powerless to do anything about aspartame until Arthur Hull Hayes got to the FDA 30 days later. From the aspartame documentary, Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World, http://www.soundandfury.com Here is the clip where James Turner, Atty, tells about this and the Executive Order: http://www.soundandfury.tv/pages/rumsfeld2.html Then the Executive Order which by law must be public record was expunged so nobody could see it. Don Rumsfeld should be put on an iceberg and sent out to sea for the murders of all those who have died from aspartame, and those who are disabled the world over.

Once Arthur Hull Hayes took office he over-ruled the Board of Inquiry and then went to work for the PR Agency of the manufacturer and has refused to talk to the press ever since. He was on contract for $1000.00 a day for ten years. Quite a reward for getting a poison on the market that would kill millions and because of its addictive nature would make the company billions. One article says Hayes over the years was never at Burston Marstellar but about 15 days. So he sold his soul for $365 million dollars and people are sick and dying all over the world.

Now, read the congressional record on Aldactone and Flagyl and the articles below. In other words, all is known, these are carcinogens, all of them, against the law under the Delaney Amendment. Studies were proven fraudulent on aspartame beyond a shadow of a doubt and employees over the years have written Searle knew it from the beginning. They did studies in 6 countries and an affidavit from the translator admitted they proved in 18 months that aspartame triggered seizures and brain tumors and destroyed the brain and central nervous system, and hardened the synovial fluids. The pregnant woman lost her baby, hemorrhaged and disappeared. Nothing has changed, aspartame remains as in the beginning, a deadly addictive excitoneurotoxic carcinogenic drug that interacts with virtually all drugs and vaccines because of damage to the mitochondria. It's a chemical hypersensitization drug causing polychemical sensitivity syndrome, so at any time a victim can react.

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
Founder, Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
E-Mail: BettyM19@mindspring.com

Aspartame Toxicity Center: http://www.holisticmed.com/aspartame

All of the following information listed here is in PDF format. Click on the one you want to read. They will open in a new window.

Testimony of Dr. Adrian Gross (Subcommittee on Health - United States Senate, 1975)

Cover For The Above Report (Subcommittee on Health - United States Senate, 1975)

Drug Maker Is Accused Of Falsifying Test Results (New York Times, July 1975)

Curb is Poised On Vaginal Drug (New York Times, July 1975)

'Charges False' - Firm Defends Drug Testing (Chicago Tribune, July 1975)

F.D.A. Refuses To Prohibit Drug Prescribed For Women (New York Times, October 1975)

Breast Cancer Linked To Drug Used To Treat Swollen Ankles (New York Times, July 1975)

Fraud In Research Is A Rising Problem In Science (New York Times, January 1977)

F.D.A. Broadens Inquiry On testing New Drugs (New York Times, November 1976)

Misleading Advertising On Drugs Laid To Searle (New York Times, July 1978)

Senator Scores A.M.A. Drug Roles (New York Times, June 1963)

FDA Resisted Proposals To Test Monsanto Sweetener (Minneapolis Star Tribune, November 1996)

Searle Expects Prescription Drug Rebound (Chicago Tribune, May 1963)