This site deals only with the corporate corruption of science, and makes no inference about the motives or activities of individuals involved.
There are many reasons why individuals become embroiled in corporate corruption activities - from political zealotry to over-enthusiastic activism; from gullibility to greed.
Please read the OVERVIEW carefully, and make up your own mind.
Some key documents
1994 Dec 10: Karen Darangan (PM) report on the industry's Surgeon General's Task Force. They have a "Wish List of Resources" that need to be developed for "proactive and defensive response" to the next Surgeon General's report on Smoking and Health.
Attached is a list of experts who can be called upon to support various issues which may arise. These are generally from third-party organisations which often supported the tobacco industry, but there was also an "Other" caregory which listed:
- Burson-Marsteller and Young & Rubican aew being contracted to help with research and the identification of scientific studies.
- Others are putting together a list of third party experts, including the COURSE advisory board.
- They are updating their Youth Progams
- Scott Ward
- Richard Mizerski (University of Florida)
- Martha Rogers
- Howard Beale (George Washington University)
- Joel Dubow, Editor, Food and Beverage Marketing
- Bob Peck, American Civil Liberties Union
1994–59: Request to RJR for $100,000 per annum renewal charitable grant
Washington Legal Foundation. She was a lunch topics speaker onWhat You Need To Know About The Government's New Activism In Health Care Criminal Enforcement
Martha Rogers was a partner with the Washington, DC law firm of Jackson & Campbell and former member of the Justice Department's Organized Crime Strike Force.