Johnson & Johnson 2014 annual shareholder meeting.

Well, it’s that time of year again. Time to travel to the annual Johnson & Johnson shareholder meeting. Fortunately, I have a lot of help with making this trip since it is hard on my body. We’ll see what the con artists have to say this year. I am allowed a two minute speech to the CEO, Board Directors, and shareholders. There are about 1,000 people in attendance. This will be my fifth year in a row. I will definitely keep my speech more civil than last year. I want to make sure that I am allowed to return every year to give a presentation. My life, and far too many others, has been ruined by Levaquin. And this is just one drug. There are over 28,000 lawsuits for their vaginal mesh product alone. There is also the metal on metal hip scandle and all the problems with marketing Risperdal for indications that were never approved as safe and effective by the FDA. Johnson & Johnson knowlingly and needlessly put the elderly, children, and the disabled at risk of harm. It simply doesn’t get any worse than this. If Johnson & Johnson tries to harrass me in any way, I will put out a press release on prnewswire through the PR firm that my family hired. I don’t think J&J will do anything to me, but it is best to be prepared.

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5 Responses to “Johnson & Johnson 2014 annual shareholder meeting.”

  1. Charles George says:

    Thanks for all your efforts and taking the message to them!

  2. L. G. Lindsay says:

    Many thanks, John, for your continued perseverance! (Your nickname should be “Indomitable”.) J & J’s cyber-vaults hold the secrets. This pharmaceutical company knows or ought to know how quinolones adversely have effected ten upon thousands of unwitting patients who ingested prescription quinolones including cipro and levaquin. Not a peep, however, from J & J which does not want to queer its sales. Penance for J & J’s executives? Company board of director might require company execs to play Russian roulette with a loaded gun.

  3. Pat says:

    Has anyone noticed horizontal ridges/lines on their nails after being floxed. My big toe nails now have horizontal ridges. I’ve also heard of other floxed talking about the ridges on other nail locations such as their thumbs.

  4. Ms. A says:

    I’m so afraid. I weighed 86 pounds the last time I allowed myself to get on the scale. The pounding heart, panic and anxiety are killing me. My guts and muscles are fried and my body hurts. I need sleep, but the pounding heart wakes me after an hour, or two. I’m exhausted and trying not to lose hope, but I’m finding it very difficult.

  5. Ms. A says:

    Forgot to say I had a Levaquin IV eight months and 24 days ago. Pounding heart, panic and anxiety started within hours.

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