Title: Marlboro man takes sacred plant
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Indigenous peoples of the Ecuadorian Amazon have refused to repeal a policy resolution issued in 1996 declaring US citizen Loren Miller an enemy whose "entrance in any indigenous territory should be prohibited."

Miller, director of the American-based International Plant Medicine Corporation, exchanged two packs of Marlboro cigarettes for a sample of a sacred Amazonian plant from a tribal chief 12 years ago and proceeded to patent it without seeking permission from local indigenous...

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Herman, Tamara. "Marlboro man takes sacred plant." Alternatives Journal, vol. 25, no. 2, 1999, p. 2. Academic OneFile, Accessed 25 June 2019.

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