Doing the right thing, even if it means healing people with cancer, isn’t always a good thing. In fact, it just may land you some serious jail time and get you listed on Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization), which warns against and watches over big-time war criminals, terrorists or the likes of mass murderers.

Just ask Greg Caton, a U.S. citizen and the Founder of Alpha Omega Labs who was legally selling plant-based topical herbs in Ecuador. One minute Caton was helping sick people, selflessly dedicating his time to heal others. Then, in 1999, he was approached at gunpoint in his own driveway by U.S officials, flown back to the U.S and put in federal prison for two years.

At the height of this breaking news story, mainstream media did not cover the story. Surely, there was a popular music video or fashion statement that took precedence, or some other reason those with the ability to help knowingly turned a blind eye about Caton’s abduction. However, our own Mike Adams was the first to break this unbelievable story. He says he has testimonials from several esteemed individuals that prove Caton’s herbs could cure and help those with cancer, including one from a former NASA astronaut.

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