Posts Tagged ‘camille marino’

Univ. of N. Georgia documents Janine Sike’s Lies & UF’s Culture of Corruption

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

In order to keep their $400 million annual taxpayer-funded animal torture industry generating profits, UF has demonstrated that there are no depths to which they will not sink to keep their atrocities hidden from the public.

Image awarded in Camille Marino v The University of Florida (Dec. 30, 2011)

Another victim succumbs to mercenary vivisectors inside UF. Image awarded to activists by the court.

Source: Dr. Barry D. Friedman, University of North Georgia
Original Title: “University of Florida: Criminalizing Transparency”
(Compiled from news sources and government documents — November 15, 2013)

In the summer of 2010, activists discovered that University of Florida researcher Mingzhou Ding was receiving taxpayer-funded annuities totaling millions of dollars from the National Institute of Health (NIH) to perform brain mapping experiments on monkeysi. Brain mapping is a singularly barbaric exercise in which the skull cap is sawed off to expose the brain. The conscious animal is then restrained in a chair, sometimes bolted into place with screws that secure the skull to a metal rod to prevent all movement while pain, blindness, or any of a spectrum of tortures is visited upon the subject. The animal is regularly deprived of food and water because starvation and dehydration induce compliance in the desperate monkey. Electrodes are attached to the brain throughout the animal’s ordeal to measure responses to offending stimuli.


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Update on Camille Marino’s court hearing in Detroit, Michigan

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Camille - Letter to Judge Evans

Camille Marino’s hearing on a probation violation allegation put in motion by the University of Florida has been rescheduled for Monday, June 24, 2013.


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An Open Letter to Judge Vonda R. Evans in defense of Camille Marino

Sunday, June 16th, 2013


Honorable Vonda R. Evans
State of Michigan Circuit Court, 3rd Circuit
Criminal Division
Room 802
Frank Murphy Hall of Justice
1441 St. Antoine
Detroit, MI 48226

Dear Judge Evans:

This is in regards to the case you will hear on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at 9 am.  Camille Marino of Wildwood, Florida has been charged with violating probation after the University of Florida (UF) paid a detective to conduct a search for any information that could be used to get her out of the state and in prison.


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6/15/13 update on Camille Marino

Saturday, June 15th, 2013

Brutus kissing Camille

On June 3, Camille was removed from Sumter County Jail in Bushnell, Florida (where she had been held since May 22) by the authorities and transported to Wayne County Jail in Detroit, Michigan.  She was booked into Wayne County Jail on June 11.  The next morning, Camille was brought to court to be arraigned on the charge that she violated probation.


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Why did the Gainesville Sun report that NIO founder Camille Marino is charged with “wire fraud?”

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013


Why did the Gainesville Sun report that NIO founder Camille Marino is charged with “wire fraud?”

On November 19, 2012, in Detroit, Michigan, when Camille Marino pled guilty to misdemeanor trespass (for protesting in front of Wayne State University library) and felony “posting a message,” several miscellaneous contempt of court charges were dismissed and a felony “aggravated stalking” charge was dropped.  When Marino’s attorney asked the judge (Judge Bryan Levy) whether she could continue to post to her website, the judge said, “She has the same First Amendment rights as anyone else.”  The only stipulation he made is that Marino could never contact the party who brought the suit, never encourage anyone else to contact him and remove all mention of his name on her website and on social media sites.  Any violation of this stipulation would result in an additional mandatory 18 month to 5 year sentence in Michigan.


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Marino’s probation officer unaware of any supposed “wire fraud” charge

Saturday, May 25th, 2013


The Gainesville Sun is negligent in publishing damaging information about Camille Marino that was not carefully vetted. The supposed “wire fraud” charge that FDLE claims they discovered in Michigan and is the reason they arrested her on Wednesday was likely incorrectly transferred.  This type of “error” that can impact negatively and in unpredictable ways on someone in law enforcement custody is rampant in the criminal justice system.


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University of Florida trying to break freedom fighter Camille Marino

Friday, May 24th, 2013
Image awarded in Camille Marino v The University of Florida (Dec. 30, 2011)

Image awarded in Camille Marino v The University of Florida (Dec. 30, 2011)

Regarding the 5-23-13 Gainesville Sun story on Camille Marino’s arrest this past Wednesday, there is no basis for the charges cited by the FDLE representatives in the article as being the reason they arrested Camille Marino on Wednesday.  These mysterious, vague yet conveniently shocking charges that Florida is using to enable the arrest of Camille Marino yet again are false.  If you are skeptical of this, try finding out the details of these “wire fraud” charges.  They are nonexistent.


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Marino back in custody… The University of Florida coffers jeopardized by NIO’s exposure of their crimes against primates

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

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UF orchestrates Marino’s re-arrest and re-extradition out of state because… she’s bad for business

Earlier today, Camille Marino, director of NIO Florida and the bane of the University of Florida’s  existence, went to pick up the property from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement that was seized during a raid on her home in June.


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Danger to Society: Jailhouse Diary of a Political Prisoner, Excerpt 2

Sunday, November 11th, 2012

Update (Feb. 12, 2014): On July 13, 2012, Judge Lynisse Bryant-Weekes declared me a “danger to society,” revoked my $25,000 bond, and threw me back in jail on a half million dollar bond. It was my third arrest and incarceration. I began writing “Danger to Society” on that day. It is now finished and will be released by the North American Animal Liberation Press Office in time for AR2014 in July.

by Camille Marino
July 23, 2012
Wayne County Jail

I scored three orange juices for breakfast this morning – it was sooooo good – and a flat corn muffin I think. I did a few sets of knee bends, but that’s it. I’m unusually tired and don’t feel like exercising.

I’m not sure how to discuss what’s on my mind this morning.

Some of us are fighting in the streets, with corresponding focused and targeted online campaigns; we’re suing the enemy in state and federal courtrooms; our underground is out there liberating victims and shutting abusers down; and many of us are sitting in jail cells for our efforts. I firmly believe that those of us in these categories are on the forefront of Animal Liberation.

On the other hand, I’m finding it increasingly difficult to defend those who bang the gong on Facebook from the safety of their living rooms. Out of loyalty, I defend some of my colleagues to other of my colleagues, but, inside, I am embarrassed by the public bickering and chest-pounding. It makes us look weak and impotent.

As I’ve stated previously, when I entered this movement, I looked to veteran activists to ground myself. What I saw were sanctimonious vegans and militant keyboard warriors continually clashing online – day in and day out. I could not understand what we were accomplishing but I became one of them nonetheless for the better part of a year, maybe more. I wasted so much time. Fortunately, I learn fast.

But having been there myself, I watch all the frivolous and pointless nonsense that goes on online and I imagine the enemy is quite pleased. I may be in jail. But our “movement” is imprisoned in cyberspace.

So what about the animals????

While we’re fighting with each other, indignantly blocking people who offend us, and perpetuating endless drama, the animals are enslaved in the real world dying horrific deaths. We need a Facebook Liberation Front.

Liberating animals is not an online activity where we drink our morning coffee as we type about it.

Activism is not a Tupperware party where we eat vegan food and pat each other on the back.

Animal Liberation will begin to happen when we turn our computers off and learn to act in real life.

I wonder what would have happened in the antebellum south and how history would look if Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass and John Brown spent all their time criticizing and blocking each other on Facebook.

I wonder what Black Liberation would look like if Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. simply spoke about struggle instead of modeling integrity and leading the way. We must have the courage of our convictions or we have nothing. And we should relish any price we have to pay.

I wonder what Animal Liberation would look like if we were all actually fighting in the street instead of just talking about it amongst ourselves.

Fortunately, some of us stopped talking and are learning to let our actions speak for us.

It’s 9 am and the cell door just opened.

Time to walk some laps around the dayroom.

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Update: The People v. Camille Marino

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Update: The People v. Camille Marino

October 2, 2012

Courageous animal rights activist, Camille Marino, will be facing trial in Detroit, Michigan on November 14th. Camille has been targeted by the Vivisection Complex as the number one threat to their continued ability to torture non-human animals in anonymity for profit. They are attempting to make an example of her in their ongoing battle to erode our First Amendment rights and intimidate the Animal Rights movement into impotence. Her current prosecutor is under enormous pressure from vivisectors around the country to neutralize Camille and it appears that the state will be seeking an upward deviation in her sentencing guidelines should she be convicted. The FBI confiscated her cell phone in May and is most likely actively cooperating in this case.


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