The U.S. Food and Drug Administration masterminded an illegal
international abduction of an American citizen as part of its illegal
war against natural cancer treatment products, NaturalNews can now
reveal. (This is an exclusive NaturalNews story, so please credit
NaturalNews as the source.) Gregory Caton, an herbal product formulator
living in Ecuador, was kidnapped at gunpoint in 2009, forced onto an
American Airlines commercial jet in Guayaquil, and flown to Miami as
part of an “extraordinary rendition” operation which involved U.S. Food
and Drug Administration officials knowingly providing false information
to Interpol (among other crimes) and recruiting what appear to be FBI agents who illegally operated on the ground in Ecuador.
This revelation fits the pattern of rising criminality throughout the
U.S. federal government, where even the ATF was recently caught running guns into Mexico and specifically arming Mexican drug gangs as part of its now-exposedFast and Furiousoperation (http://www.naturalnews.com/032934_A…).
NaturalNews has now acquired documentation proving that Greg Caton
was illegally stalked and then abducted in Ecuador by U.S. State
Department agents who bribed local officials and military personnel in
Ecuador to help carry out the criminal acts. Some of those
co-conspirators within the Ecuadorian government are named below.
The documentation proving all this hinges on Greg Caton’s Direccion Nacional De Migracion report, which can be viewed at:
The Ecuadorian migratory report
As a former resident of Ecuador, I have considerable personal
knowledge and experience on the workings of the Ecuadorian government.
All foreign residents of Ecuador have their travel entry and exit events
recorded in something called a “migratory report” or a “movement
report.” This report records what day you entered or exited the country,
allowing immigration officials to accurately calculate your visa
status. (Ecuador has a very serious problem with illegal immigrants from
Peru, Colombia and surrounding nations, so it tracks immigration
movement quite diligently.)
If you leave Ecuador, your exit is processed through immigration.
This is unlike the USA, where you can fly out of the country without
passing through immigration checkpoints. In Ecuador, they have tighter
controls on peopleleavingthe country, and they record the date that you left. So any person leaving the country through any lawful process must have an exit event recorded on their migration movement report.
The movement report of Greg Caton, however, shows no official recognition that he ever left Ecuador in 2007. That’s because he waskidnappedby
U.S. officials who violated international law and violated Ecuador’s
own legal process in forcibly removing Greg Caton from Ecuador. This
document proves it.
Notably, Greg Caton was not doing anything considered illegal by
Ecuador. In fact, the idea of creating your own herbal salve products
using plants from Mother Nature is considered perfectly normal
throughout Central and South America. The idea that someone could be
branded an “international criminal” for selling a plant-based cancer
salve is considered ludicrous! Ecuador actually welcomed Greg Caton
because he was manufacturing his Cansema product there, hiring workers
and providing jobs for Ecuadorian locals. The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration, on the other hand, which is a criminal racketeering
organization that protects the financial interests of the drug
companies, has always tried to paint herbalists as criminals (see