Month: July 2012

Negotiation is Over - Florida

Activist goes to court trying to find location of UF animal labs

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. read more

Breaking: Motion to Compel UF to Disclose Physical Location of Primates Just Filed


Image taken by University of Florida vivisectors of mutilation to an imprisoned monkey’s testicles.

by Camille Marino

On December 30, 2011, I won a lawsuit against the University of Florida in which the Eighth Circuit Court ordered them to turn over their veterinary records to me. The ruling fell short, however, of ordering UF to disclose the location of their imprisoned monkeys.

While I am back in court in Detroit this Friday to argue the constitutionality of the 10 years of felony charges against me for what amounts to “criminal journalism,” I fully intend to use every available legal remedy to expose the real criminals and terrorists that comprise the vivisection complex. We just filed our brief to compel UF to disclose the location in the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals in Alachua to compel UF to disclose the physical location of their primates. read more

Weekend of Outrage in Gainesville Wrap Up

More pictures may be viewed HERE.

by NIO Florida

Saturday, July 7

4 – 6 pm: Did some community outreach, talking to people one-on-one and leaving flyers with sympathethic businesses in strategic locations to disseminate our information while demonstrations were in progress.

8 pm – Attempted Surprise Demo at Bergeron’s Home: Activists pulled up in front of the vivisector’s home at 6220 NW 56th Lane and were greeted by patrol cars that were stationed in front. Apparently, the Gainesville PD is sanctioned to take pre-emptive measures to protect vivisectors from potential dissent from compassionate activists. Five of us were detained and tresspassed. read more

NIO Florida Exclusive: Horrific pictures from Inside UF’s Monkey Labs


In October of 2010, the University of Florida refused to comply with Florida State statues and provide the public with documentation about their primate experiments.

In December of 2011, activists won a lawsuit against the University of Florida in Alachua Circuit Court. Judge Martha Ann Lott ordered veterinary records to be released. The Judge failed, however, to order UF to disclose the location of their enslaved primates. Our appeal on this issue will be heard over the summer.

Will the Church of Christ denounce UF or will they continue to endorse animal torture in God’s name?

The University City Church of Christ in Gainseville believes that their silence about the atrocities committed against animals (God’s creations) at UF renders them off limits. They would prefer that we did not protest there on Sunday. They have been given the option of taking an active stand against taxpayer-funded animal abuse or, by virtue of their tacit approval of monkey torture, embracing this Sunday’s demo to protest their complicity and hypocritial endorsement of evil.

Subject:Clarification from University City Church of Christ
From:Rich Howell (
July 2, 2012 read more


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