A lawsuit filed against the makers of gorilla glue has sparked a lawsuit against its makers.
The case is the latest in a long line of lawsuits accusing the companies of using illegal and unethical methods to make the glue.
The glue was created in the 1960s by the US military.
It is currently sold in the US and Europe and can be found in some shops and grocery stores in China.
But the lawsuit has caused an uproar in the Chinese community, which claims the glue is dangerous and is dangerous for people who use it.
The government of the Chinese city of Tianjin said the lawsuit is politically motivated.
China’s top court ruled last month that the lawsuit cannot proceed.
It has not yet ruled on whether the case will be dismissed or thrown out.
The court said that while it may be possible to resolve the matter in another way, it will not consider the suit’s claims to be politically motivated and the court has not determined whether the government has the authority to initiate an appeal.
The lawsuit is the most recent in a string of lawsuits that have erupted in China over the use of the glue, which was originally designed for the US army.
The US army was also sued over the glue in China in 2014, but the case was thrown out due to lack of jurisdiction.
The American military says it uses the glue for its equipment.
The Chinese government has also complained about the product, saying it is a carcinogen and a substance known to cause respiratory and other health problems.