The McLibel case ranks as McDonald's most disastrous cases of bad business ethics and spawned tons of negative publicity. Between 1986 and 1990, activists of London Greenpeace distributed pamphlets with the title 'What's Wrong with McDonald's? Everything They Don't Want You to Know" along with the wordings 'McDollars, McGreedy, McCancer, McMurder, McProfits, McGarbage," alleging that McDonald's promoted Third World poverty, sold unhealthy food, exploited workers and children, tortured animals, and destroyed the Amazon jungle. McDonald's sued the group for libel. The court, however, held McDonald's guilty of exploiting children through advertising tactics, serving dangerously unhealthy food, paying workers low wages, involving in union busting activities worldwide, and ignoring animal cruelty perpetrated by its suppliers.