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
Sales & Customer Service
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.
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
To the best of our knowledge, no anti-vivisection campaign has ever allowed the public to view an unredacted protocol that takes you right into the labs. That changes now. The NIH is awarding Paul W. Davenport $733,292 annually under Project No. 5R01HL109025-03 to torture cats. According to University of Florida lawyers, beginning on page 21 of Protocol 201107179 are the regulations that govern these experiments. Now you can view this unbelievable sadism in its entirety HERE.
UF Cat Vivisector Paul Hitler Davenport
Paul W. Davenport (and his wife, Cherith) —
Home Address: 7728 SW 90th Lane, Gainesville, FL 32608
Location of Vacant Property: 8931 SW 78th Court, Gainesville, FL
Department of Physiological Sciences
1333 Center Drive
Gainesville, FL 32610-0144
Here you can find some personal info including his Current Phd students
Eleventh Hour for Animals has sued the University of Florida three times in as many years to compel disclosure of public records documenting their $400-million-a-year, taxpayer-funded vivisection industry. We won twice. In late 2013, they conceded out of court the day after our third suit was filed. And now in 2014, UF is once again thumbing its nose at Florida State laws. Since January, they have intentionally and deliberately withheld video of the horses they maim. By the late spring, we were able to prove that the previously-requested video exists of vivisectors breaking horses’ legs and recording the progression of lameness as their victims are forced to run on treadmills. While discussions with our own lawyer is privileged, we are now disclosing 8 months of private emails that document UF’s flagrant violation of the law.