Simulposted with Camille Marino
Time is running out so let’s put our heads together and come up with something special to help vivisector George Louis Drusano, an infectious disease enthusiast, celebrate his 68th birthday next Tuesday, August 22. 🙂
Although UCF Sergeant Freeman called to assure me that Drusano is not giving monkeys infection diseases on UF’s campus in Orlando, where George lives and works, he is collecting roughly $2.5 million taxpayer dollars for that express purpose. Presumably the fact that his victims are being tortured in Gainesville and other locations is assumed by some to mitigate his culpability.
I’m thinking maybe a he will buy himself a nice new BMW with his pristine blood money credentials that go something like 2_ _-54-_ _ 55. I’m just taking a wild guess. 😉
Any activists in Latham, New York by the way?
All ideas and suggestions welcomed and encouraged!
August 14, 2017
Five weeks after winning my first lawsuit against the University of Florida, UFPD Sergeant Jeff Moran personally orchestrated my very first arrest at a UF Protest in 2012. Documents obtained through public records requests demonstrate that he also orchestrated two extraditions to get me out of Florida, the first torturous excursion cost UF a grand total of $536.50. Having failed to silence me, he then set out on a mission to extinguish my work from the internet and attempted to have me imprisoned for 5 years for the banned video, Defiance is a Virtue. This online video which he alleged constituted a probation violation was reported in the news as my having committed “wire fraud.” Jeff Moran tried every dirty trick to shut down Eleventh Hour for Animal’s campaign to expose primate experimentation at UF.
The Mayo Clinic describes muscular dystrophy as “a group of diseases that cause progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass.” And the NIH National Library of Medicine describes infant-onset Pompe Disease (a rare form of muscular dystrophy):
“Infants with this disorder typically experience muscle weakness (myopathy), poor muscle tone (hypotonia), an enlarged liver (hepatomegaly), and heart defects. Affected infants may also fail to gain weight and grow at the expected rate (failure to thrive) and have breathing problems. If untreated, this form of Pompe Disease leads to death from heart failure in the first year of life.”
The illustrious pediatrician/vivisector, Dr. Barry J. Byrne, is directly responsible for the genetically-modified breeding of untold numbers of mice, dogs, and monkeys to exhibit the debilitating neurological and musculoskeletal mutations associated with muscular dystrophy and Pompe disease. For his efforts, Dr. Byrne has received high public praise, even a nomination for a “Spirit of Gainesville” award:
“Dr. Byrne has been relentless in his pursuit of a treatment/cure for various forms of rare diseases, such as Pompe Disease, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Barth’s Syndrome. His focus on oft overlooked diseases has put the University of Florida on the map in new advances for these diseases.”