image taken by uf vivisectors; released as of december 31, 2011 (courtesy of nio florida)
by Nathan Crabbe (Gainesville Sun)
After winning one legal battle with the University of Florida over public records, animal rights activist Camille Marino is now fighting to find out the location of animal research labs — information that she insists won’t put researchers in danger.
Her assertion is at odds with sometimes violent rhetoric on the website of the group she founded, Negotiation is Over, including statements that led to felony charges against her in Michigan.
UF researcher Raymond Bergeron also accuses Marino of threatening to burn down his Gainesville home, an allegation that is being investigated for possible local charges.