by Camille A. Marino
On Friday night, December 5, I was arrested a little before 10 pm while walking my dogs, Max & Jazz. It is my 8th or 9th arrest in less than 3 years. Max cried when they cuffed me. I didn’t get to kiss Brutus goodbye that night.
A warrant was issued on October 31 in a New Mexico Domestic Violence court for my failure to appear at a 10-minute status hearing. Although I was anxious to deal with the maniacal petitioner out there, I did not have the money to fly 1700 miles across the country. I ultimately turned myself in twice in Florida in a last ditch effort to comply with the court’s order, but New Mexico wasn’t paying for this petty misdemeanor extradition. I fully knew that the University of Florida vivisectors would step in to fund yet a third extradition, this time for their ally in New Mexico. So, aside from the trauma inflicted on my dogs, I was unfazed by this latest arrest. As the document above demonstrates, UFPD Detective Jeff Moran orchestrated and financed my last two extraditions for the vivisectors. And a public records request has been filed to obtain the proof that my latest arrest and intended extradition was organized between the vivisectors and the individual in New Mexico. This is not an issue that is open to interpretation, spin, or debate. And when we have the proof, it will be published.