I remember working as a FedX tracking monitor for a major Dallas law firm that was supplying part of the defense of Monsanto after the Bhopal incident, the poisonous gas leak responsible for the deaths of 20,000 people. Since I was dead-set against what Monsanto had done and how Monsanto was trying to wriggle like a worm out of accepting any responsibility for chemical murder quite similar to Nazi concentration camps, when a "crucial" package of documents involving Monsanto's wormy defense crossed my desk, I came about a finger's click away from sending the package to Point Barrow, Alaska, rather than to India. If I had, I most certainly would have lost my job, but Monsanto's defense might have been compromised.
Isn't it just great how employees cannot act with any sense of "individual sovereignty" or "personal responsibility" when on the job?
Personally, I'd like to drown the executive staff of Monsanto in a big tub of Roundup.