Image of holocaust victim inside UF obtained through our first legal victory on Dec. 30, 2011.

Image of holocaust victim inside UF obtained through our first legal victory on Dec. 30, 2011.

by Karen Kline
Managing Editor, Negotiation Is Over
Senior Lab Investigator, Eleventh Hour for Animals

During the holiday season, as humans enjoy the luxury of spending time with our loved ones, the only relevant constant for the animals is that they are afforded no relief. They are entombed in cages inside granite bunkers, deprived of every semblance of normality and destined to die in the misery that enriches their tormentors. And as their freedom fighters, the only significance this season should have for us to assess our strategies, our gains and losses over the past 12 months, and figure out how to go forward with greater focus and vehemence as each year unwinds.

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These are the pictures from some of the simultaneous events around that took place around the world on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, as activists stood together in solidarity against vivisectors. If you murder animals from 9 – 5, we will find you where you eat, sleep, and used to relax….

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70 – 80 protestors showed up to speak for the Mazur monkeys and against the global slave trade.

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Captive primate is tattooed by a UF Nazi. (image obtained via first successful lawsuit, Camille A. Marino v University of Florida, Dec. 30, 2011)

As of this morning, we have about 20 actions scheduled around the world, in 7 countries and on 3 continents, against vivisectors. We are taking our campaigns to their doorsteps. At one time, I would have said I envision anarchy in the streets. These days, I envision the Nov. 15 action being the seed that will grow into dozens of targeted, focused and comprehensive campaigns against vivisectors that make their lives almost as unbearable as their victims!!!

In addition to a number of actions at the homes of vivisectors who will remain unidentified, we expect persons involved with HLS, Charles River, Liberty Research and, possibly, Marshall Farms, to get some friendly visits. The published actions, however, currently include:

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Site Map of Liberty Research Inc in Waverly, New York

Street Address Needs to be Identified by Local Activists

Liberty Research, Inc.
PO Box 107
Waverly, NY 14892
Phone: (607) 565-8131
Fax: (607) 565-7420

Diane Harrison
Sales & Customer Service
(607) 565-8131
dmarnold@libertyresearch.biz

Beth Reagan
Research Marketing
(607) 565-8131
ereagan@libertyresearch.biz

Deb Northrup
Business Office
(607) 565-8131
dnorthrup@libertyresearch.biz

Mike Garrison
General Manager/IACUC
(607) 565-8131
mgarrison@libertyresearch.biz

As we previously reported, Liberty breeds dogs and cats to be sold into vivisection labs. Many of these condemned felines have met the most horrific and brutal deaths imaginable inside the University of Florida. We now have verified information about some of their independent drivers who are solely responsible for driving these animals to their deaths.

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Vivisectors tell their friends and family that they’re “researchers” or “scientists.” Sounds impressive, huh!? They don’t say, “Hi, nice to meet you. I torture animals to death for a living.” That’s our job!!! And so we’re going out en masse to visit vivisectors where they sleep and play.

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talking to vivisectors’ concerned neighbors in 2011

Negotiation is Over is proud to announce our first coordinated global action against the vivisection complex since 2010.

UCLA Monkey Murderer David (Tiller) Jentsch once said that because of activists talking to his neighbors, he was forced to have a lot of “embarrassing” discussions with them. The first time we did this here in Florida, the police were already stationed outside vivisector Mingzhou Ding’s house. They guarded eclectic-animal-torture-professional Raymond Bergeron’s house all weekend (incidentally, even Bergeron’s colleagues refer to him as a “bastard.”) Wouldn’t it be exhilarating to have one day where vivisectors were trapped in their houses like caged lab animals while we went door-to-door talking to their friends and neighbors?! Well, November 15 is that day.

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image of nonhuman victim and his whitecoat terrorist inside the university of florida

Introduction

This guide is intended to empower activists with all the necessary tools to penetrate deep inside vivisection labs. There is no magic wand involved and you don’t need to be a scientist. The only thing you need is a desire to do more for the animals, to identify vivisectors, and give their victims a voice. Without you, they will continue to be tortured to death with impunity. If you wish to start a campaign under the Eleventh Hour for Animals banner, please email us at eleventhhour@riseup.net. We will work with you step-by-step to get the information you need, develop recruiting methods, tactics, and strategies. Our sole objective is to stop vivisectors in their tracks.
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Site Map of Liberty Research Inc in Waverly, New York

Street Address Needs to be Identified by Local Activists

Liberty Research, Inc.
PO Box 107
Waverly, NY 14892
Phone: (607) 565-8131
Fax: (607) 565-7420

Diane Harrison
Sales & Customer Service
(607) 565-8131
dmarnold@libertyresearch.biz

Beth Reagan
Research Marketing
(607) 565-8131
ereagan@libertyresearch.biz

Deb Northrup
Business Office
(607) 565-8131
dnorthrup@libertyresearch.biz

Mike Garrison
General Manager/IACUC
(607) 565-8131
mgarrison@libertyresearch.biz

If we want to compromise the vivisection complex infrastructure, two highly-strategic targets are the breeders and transport operators that deliver the nonhuman victims between concentration camps. So if you are in New York and seeking to make a real and substantial difference in ending vivisection, then today is your lucky day.

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by Chabeli Herrera (Independent Alligator)

Twenty-two goats, one rabbit and one puppy have died as a result of negligent care on behalf of UF, according to a complaint issued Monday by animal rights group Stop Animal Exploitation NOW.

In two complaints issued to the U.S. Department of Agriculture since August, Stop Animal Exploitation NOW details several incidents beginning in 2011 that violated the Animal Welfare Act.

“We believe the public has a right to know what goes on in those laboratories,” said executive director Michael Budkie.

The first report, filed by UF in January 2012, involves the death of 22 goats due to severe anemia.In the 2011 incident, staff and graduate students performing studies on the goats failed to treat or euthanize them after the study was completed. Continue Reading