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by Camille Marino

In dealing with those who have no moral grounding, no compunction about deliberatly causing nonhuman animals pain, misery, and distress, it is absurd that we would walk some ethical moral tightrope to address individuals who rightly deserve to be strung up by their testicles and set on fire. And I would sit back eating popcorn while I watched them burn.

So let’s be clear. When these people chose to make a living carving up nonhumans who they believed to be defenseless, they forfeited all rights to any form of consideration… and that extends to their families — no one is off limits when it comes to dealing with sadistic murderous psychopaths who have been allowed to ply their trade with impunity. They declared war on animals and it is up to us to engage and respond. For those with a weak stomach who were offended when I started taking vivisection students out of the game, it’s my goal to make you long for those good old days.

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Camille Marino
July 28, 2017

We all know the USDA deleted its animal abuse database in February. Last week I published a post about how to bypass this little obstacle. I noticed a lot of traffic on this post from universities, presumably vivisectors who are enjoying remaining anonymous. Following is a Freedom of Information Act request. Please copy the text, insert the name of your local university or other abuser on the blank lines, and send it to the USDA now. When you get the inspection reports back, send them to me at eleventhhour@riseup.net. I’ll be more than happy to put all of this information back online and host it on my site.

 

Tonya Woods
Department of Agriculture
FOIA/PA Officer
4700 River Road, Unit 50
Riverside, MD 20737-1232
301-851-4076
FOIA.Officer@aphis.usda.gov

Re: FOIA Request – 2017 Inspection Report for _____________

Dear Ms. Woods:

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For more than two years, every single animal inside the University of Florida has been deprived of a voice — suffering and dying in invisible silence. While Eleventh Hour has been on an extended hiatus, only the occasional welfare violation has seen the light of day. If I were a vivisector, I would love nothing more than tepid little men groveling at my feet, waiting to go tell the public they found a welfare violation. Who could spread the insidious propaganda that welfare protects animals to the mainstream better than an animal advocate. Well, those days are over.

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