Professional Animal Torture Apologist for the University of Florida
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by Camille Marino
NIO Florida has begun to systematically tear down the wall of secrecy behind which the Vivisectors of UF used to feel safe to commit their unspeakable acts in anonymity. For my deliberate acts of compassion, Janine Sikes yesterday labeled me an “animal terrorist” in the news. Although it’s rather irrelevant to this article, one would expect UF’s public relations shill to have a better command of the English language. But, more to the point, if the animal abusers are beginning to live in fear, then I am doing my job and we’ve only just begun.
The simple fact is that abusers do not fear me! They fear exposure! If they were baking cupcakes, they would thank me for publishing their information so that the public could find them more easily. But I suppose when your career is built on torturing imprisoned monkeys, you might not want your neighbors to know.
This information comes from one of their sympathetic colleagues as well as their own veterinary records. It describes a typical day in their underground monkey prisons and is among the many secrets they wish I didn’t know…
Monkeys are extracted from their “squeeze cages,” screaming, terrified, squirming, and fighting their tormentors trying to escape. They are usually wrenched from their cell by two lab techs for their OWN safety so as not to get bitten. Their victim is then “knocked down” with ketamine and other controlled substances.
The unconscious monkey is put in a box or cage and covered up so no one can see him/her and, silent and still, will attract no attention as s/he is taken to be tortured. The victim is then wheeled through the corridors of the dungeon and sometimes through the university labyrinths undetected by faculty, students, and other passers-by. Clearly they understand the visceral response and horror such a scene would elicit were it not done covertly.
When they reach their destination, the monkey is deliberately and intentionally harmed by some invasive experiment. Different rooms are used for different kinds of procedures (e.g., injecting chemicals into their eyes, poisoning, injecting, implanting devices in their tired and abused little bodies, gratuitous surgeries, necropsies, etc.). S/he is then wheeled back the way they came and thrown into their dishwasher-sized cage in misery and pain. Of course, this is the best part of their wretched existence as their tormentors leave them to languish alone.
Eventually a vet comes in and writes “subject is in good condition” on the victimized animal’s chart.
Some monkeys go through this horror EVERY OTHER DAY of their miserable lives… for years and years…
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