Eleventh Hour for Animals

Negotiation is Over - Florida

“Animal terrorist” exposes animal torture and corruption inside UF

Camille MarinoJanuary 9, 2019 On February 4, 2012, I was arrested for the first time in my life at a demonstration on the University of Florida campus. Several weeks earlier, I had won my first lawsuit against them, blowing the doors open to the labs inside which they earned hundreds of millions of dollars torturing…
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Animal Lovers Unite! In response to former Lieutenant Gov. Jeff Kottcamp

This OpEd was submitted to Florida News Online on October 4. As it’s unlikely to be published in their forum, I am publishing it here in the hope of reaching voters. -Camille Simulposted with camillemarino.com This opinion is in response to former Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottcamp’s opinion entitled “Voters Beware! Extreme Animal Rights Groups are…
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Greyhound Abuse: Industry Group Actively Sabotaging Amend 13 in Florida

On November 6, 2018, Florida residents will vote on Amendment 13, which, if passed, will phase out commercial dog racing in Florida by 2020. Over 40 states and territories have already banned greyhound racing . In Florida, Republican senator Tom Lee argues that this is an issue of “humanity,” not economics: “These animals are kept…
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Victory – Eleventh Hour shut down the monkey labs

Camille A. Marino May 2, 2018 As the above image demonstrates, according to the USDA, as of July 2017, there are no monkeys left inside UF’s vivisection labs. This represents the culmination of the forced phasing out of the primate experimentation program put in place in 2013. Since they are still getting NIH funding for…
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Freedom’s Journey: Liberated Pig Takes First Steps into His New Life

In the early morning hours of January 6, 2018, NIO Florida activists liberated a pig who was left out in the freezing cold, locked in a filthy cage with no food & water. We never intended to take off our masks and go public, but we needed to raise money to place him in a…
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Press Release: Cop Murders Dog – Community Demands Justice

PRESS RELEASE – for immediate release January 23, 2018 (distributed through national and local media outlets) Last week, on January 16 at a little after 8:30 pm, a beloved family member, a Caucasian Shepherd named Wakoda, was shot four times in his own backyard by his next door neighbor, Clayton Police Captain James Herring. Maya…
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Exclusive: Cop Murders Dog, Police Cover Up Exposed – TAKE ACTION

Beloved Caucasian Shepherd, Wakoda On January 16, 2018 at approximately 8:41 pm, three Benson County police officers responded to an animal complaint at the home of Clayton Police Captain James “Richie” Herring. Herring had fatally shot his neighbor’s dog, a majestic and gentle Caucasian Shepherd, four times. He alleged that the dog was aggressive and…
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Help us get Liberated pig to her permanent sanctuary

In the early morning hours of Saturday, January 6, a group of NIO Florida activists liberated a pig from a miserable life of isolation inside a cage. She was left out in the freezing cold with no protection, no water, and little food. Our only concern was to get her to safety and give her…
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Urgent: Directory of Abusers with Addresses, Contact Info, Maps & More

Those who harm their innocent need to be exposed. And the state has provided us with a database that gives us the addresses, maps, contact information, names and addresses of their neighbors, as well as family relations — and it’s all public information. Before the state removes this information, please share it widely so that…
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Home (with vivisectors) for the Holidays!

Eleventh Hour for Animals is spending quality time with vivisectors and their families this holiday season, from Friday, Dec. 22 through Christmas Eve. We know some of them identify as Christian so it’ll be a special time for all of us. If you’d like to join us in Gainesville or if you’re in NY, please…
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