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Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

by Kate Riviello

Can anyone imagine hurting a little monkey like this one?

Even if you thought that hurting this little baby would be to your benefit in some way medically, would you want this baby to be tortured? Don’t you think that finding a natural cure for your illness would be better than using some chemical that Big Pharmaceutical says is good for you?

Right here in America there are thousands of such incredible beautiful babies incarcerated in tiny cages being tortured daily with needles, scalpels, and pain by “scientists” that leech their living off grants from drug companies. Their protocols do no one any good and in fact are detrimental to human science. We like to say that people from other countries are bad when we see videos from foreign countries, and they are! (more…)

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An Eleventh Hour Exclusive: Gemini, a beagle dissected alive inside UF

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

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Source: Eleventh Hour for Animals

Gemini, holocaust number 11F22, is a female beagle/maltese that was born into slavery inside UF on June 15, 2011. At her birth, her vet records indicate she was strong and healthy. At the direction of vivisector Thomas J. Conlon, Gemini began being drugged as a puppy to induce Glycogen Storage Disease which, according to their own protocol, causes “enlarged livers” and “severe kidney complications,” and “seizures and even death.”

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The Kevin Storm Show w/Camille Marino on Sunday

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

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Listen to the show live on Sunday at noon at WNJC 1360: http://wnjc1360.com/listen-live/

Camille Marino will be speaking with Kevin Storm on Sunday about Eleventh Hour for Animals’ most recent exposes on the taxpayer-funded holocaust inside the University of Florida and other current events in Animal Liberation.

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Cyber Action 5: Target Gainesville Business Community and UF Supporters in South Florida

Sunday, July 27th, 2014

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Inside UF, 10,000 animals are estimated to be imprisoned and tortured on any given day. After 3 successful lawsuits and 4 federal complaints citing “fraud,” “incompetence” and a “culture of corruption” inside their labs, the University of Florida was named 1 of the 5 worst universities for animals in the country in April. Now we are taking our message directly to their alumni, benefactors, and other supporters and asking them to publicly denounce UF and begin to wash the blood from their hands.

This week’s target is the business community in Gainesville, FL- home of the University of Florida. . We need to tell them to stop funding archaic “science” and ban animal testing NOW!!
Please use the email blocks provided and send the sample letter below.
If you prefer, feel free to write your own letter ….

Please invite your friends to this event. WE NEED EVERY ACTIVIST TO PARTICIPATE. Thank you for all you do for the animals!

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Vivisectors Blow Up Activist’s Car?

Friday, July 25th, 2014
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Animal Liberation activist Camille Marino’s car was blown up at 7:30 am on July 25, 2014 while she was in the woods walking Brutus.

Source: Unassociated Press

Attorneys for Eleventh Hour for Animals had the last in a series of conferences on Thursday, July 24, with Amy Haas, an attorney for the University of Florida. It was decided that, rather than dragging UF back into court again for a fourth time because Public Information Officer Brad Barber willfully and deliberately ignored public records requests in violation of Fla. Stat. Secs. 119.01 to 119.15, all parties agreed to treat this as another example of simple UFPD bumbling incompetence, rather than criminal conduct, and Eleventh Hour will deal solely with UF’s equally evasive in-house counsel going forward.

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Cyber Event 4 : Target Affluent Gator Clubs and UF Supporters in South Florida

Friday, July 18th, 2014

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Source: Eleventh Hour on Facebook

Inside UF, 10,000 animals are estimated to be imprisoned and tortured on any given day. After 3 successful lawsuits and 4 federal complaints citing “fraud,” “incompetence” and a “culture of corruption” inside their labs, the University of Florida was named 1 of the 5 worst universities for animals in the country in April. Now we are taking our message directly to their alumni, benefactors, and other supporters and asking them to publicly denounce UF and begin to wash the blood from their hands. This week’s targets are the affluent Gator Clubs in South Florida- many who have both been voted Outstanding Gator Club of the Year, based on financial contributions to UF. We need to tell them to stop funding archaic “science” and ban animal testing NOW!!

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Cyber Action 3: Target UF Alumni, Benefactors & Supporters in N. Florida

Sunday, July 13th, 2014
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A monkey after being “humanely” tortured inside UF. Image awarded in Camille Marino v The University of Florida (Dec. 30, 2011)

Source: Eleventh Hour on Facebook

Inside UF, 10,000 animals are estimated to be imprisoned and tortured on any given day. After 3 successful lawsuits and 4 federal complaints citing “fraud,” “incompetence” and a “culture of corruption” inside their labs, the University of Florida was named 1 of the 5 worst universities for animals in the country in April. Now we are taking our message directly to their alumni, benefactors, and other supporters and asking them to publicly denounce UF and begin to wash the blood from their hands. This week’s action focuses on the North Florida Gator clubs and their supporters. Please use the email block provided and send the sample letter below.

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UW Destroys Public Records of Monkey Experiments

Friday, July 11th, 2014

The one thing that we can safely say about the lucrative and federally-funded animal experimentation industry inside universities across the country, is that these institutions have a vested interest in keeping the atrocities to which they subject animals hidden from the public. Eleventh Hour for Animals has successfully sued the University of Florida over the last several years to gain access to their primate experimentation records. And now Rick Bogle of Alliance for Animals discusses how the University of Wisconsin at Madison actually destroyed video because having the public view their “research” did not serve any “public interest.”

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Marino’s Statement on AR2014 & Being Snitch-Jacketed by an Animal Traitor

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

One after another, activists are dropping out of attending this year’s conference and issuing public statements. I am choosing to follow suit. I am saddened that AR2014 has chosen to create an atmosphere where other activists, as well as myself, cannot be present because they are being set up to be hit with legal actions that only serve the interests of the animal abusers we fight.

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by Camille Marino

On May 5, 2012, I was charged with a 5-year felony, “Posting a Message (MCLS § 750.411s)” in Detroit solely for Dr. Steve Best’s “Freddy Kruger” snuff fantasy which he published on my site rather than his own. Although he published it on NIO solely of his own volition under the pseudonym “Freddy Kruger & the Grim Reaper,” it was common knowledge in our community that Steve Best was the author. He deleted his IP from my site while I was in jail and was extremely amused until it was time to stand up in court and defend his words. In the eleventh hour, he decided he no longer wanted to testify at my trial and, instead, chose to begin writing to my colleagues one by one, to tell them that I was going on trial for “sending an email” and that I wanted him to take the fall for me. This is absurd. I was never charged with anything for any of my own words.

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What We Must Do To Win

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

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There are two big issues that are preventing us, animal liberation activists, from being as effective as we can be right now.

First, we lack coordination, especially here in the United States. We go and protest a restaurant once and never go back. We go and leaflet outside a target and never go back. We smash windows at a fur store and never return. We take down a hunting tower but do nothing when it is rebuilt. This accomplishes very little. It costs the target a few hundred dollars. That is nothing to them. They (or their insurance company) pay for the repairs and continue on killing as if nothing happened. It makes people who see the protest consider what we are protesting for a minute then move on with their lives and forget about it when they never see us again.

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