Free Greg Caton from FDA tyranny; your help needed

Posted: March 5th, 2010 by Militant Libertarian

by Mike Adams, NaturalNews

Herbalist Greg Caton remains under arrest in the United States after having been illegally kidnapped and extradited from Ecuador by the FDA (…). He faces a hearing on March 17th in a Louisiana court, and he needs your help.

To support Greg Caton’s bid for freedom, NaturalNews is organizing a letter-writing campaign that seeks to inform the presiding Judge of just how many people support Greg Caton’s work and website (

This letter-writing campaign is being initiated as a courteous, supportive effort to lend support to Greg Caton during his hearing. It is not some sort of effort to bombard the Judge with hate mail or anything resembling that. In fact, if you choose to participate in helping Greg Caton, please keep your letters polite and professional. I’ve included my own letter to the presiding Judge below as an example.

Background information on Greg Caton – What you need to know

Why does Greg Caton deserve to be freed from being held by U.S. authorities? For years, he sold an anti-cancer salve that has helped thousands of people treat their own skin cancers. Using a recipe made with powerful anti-cancer herbs, Caton created the Cansema product line and marketed it to customers around the world using honest and truthful descriptions of the anti-cancer properties of its herbal ingredients.

The FDA, not surprisingly, couldn’t tolerate this. The profitability of the conventional cancer industry depends entirely on preventing consumers from having free access to competing products like Cansema. So the FDA declared Greg Caton a criminal and turned his case over to their Office of Criminal Investigations which launched a witch hunt to put Greg Caton out of business and throw him in prison.

They succeeded in forcing him to serve three years of prison time in the U.S., after which he was released on probation. During that probationary period, Caton learned through a source that he was about to be targeted for yet another trumped-up criminal charge brought on by the FDA, so he did the only thing a reasonable person could do: He decided to move out of the country and pursue his business in another nation where selling anti-cancer medicinal herbs is openly accepted (and even welcomed).

As it turns out, herbal medicine is perfectly legal to sell in most countries — including Ecuador, where medicinal herbs have been an important part of cultural healing traditions for as long as anyone can remember. The idea ofcriminalizing someone who sells medicinal herbs would be considered absolutely loony in Ecuador.

So Caton set up a legitimate business buying medicinal herbs from a variety of sources (including local farmers), manufacturing his Cansema product, and exporting it to customers all over the world, including the USA. His product is still sold online at:

The FDA, once again, couldn’t tolerate this. So the agency arranged for Caton to be placed in the Interpol “red notice” alert list along with a description accusing him of crimes related to “drugs” and “fraud.” The drugs, of course, were only medicinal herbs that the FDA deceptively calls drugs. And the so-called fraud stems from nothing more than Caton’s decision to not kow-tow to the FDA’s tyrannical attempts to flag him as a criminal.

With the help of this Interpol listing, the FDA managed to get Greg Caton arrested in Ecuador. From there, a team of operatives from the U.S. State Department pulled Caton out of an Ecuadorian jail and placed him on an American Airlines passenger jet flying from Guayaquil to Miami. Despite the orders of a local Ecuadorian Judge who demanded Caton be released from the airplane while still on Ecuadorian soil, the American Airlines pilot refused to release Caton and proceeded to fly him to Miami, in violation of international law.

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Comments (2)


  1. Barbara says:

    Today is June 19th, 2010. What was the results? What ever became of The trial? Where is Greg Caton now?

  2. Aaron says:

    Canton was on probation for a past conviction by the FDA of promoting his products as “cures.” This arrest was for violation of that probation as he was said to have been using the word “cure” in his literature. No word on where that “nasty” word was used, but he’s still in jail according to his wife’s Facebook.

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