Category: Marino v. University of Florida

Negotiation is Over - Florida

Gemini the Beagle: Dissected Alive inside the University of Florida

beagle uf

Gemini, holocaust number 11F22, is a female beagle/maltese that was born into slavery inside UF on June 15, 2011. At her birth, her vet records indicate she was strong and healthy. At the direction of vivisector Thomas J. Conlon, Gemini began being drugged as a puppy to induce Glycogen Storage Disease which, according to their own protocol, causes “enlarged livers” and “severe kidney complications,” and “seizures and even death.”

Federal Complaint Filed: Shut down UF’s Primate Labs for repeated violations of state & federal law

Last week Eleventh Hour for Animals introduced “Booger,” a victim inside the University of Florida who was contaminated with German Measles from the day he was purchased from the now-defunct Primate Products in Miami. Never treated for this condition, he has steadily deteriorated, exhibiting increasing indications that he is descending into madness, his body compromised by repeatedly being force-fed poisons at the direction of Raymond J. Bergeron for over a decade, and, recently, he began throwing his own feces at his tormenters in a feeble attempt to fight back. In January, he was just approved for another 3 years of torture that will turn Bergeron’s pockets crimson red with the blood of this pitiful victim. The following complaint has just been filed with the USDA for 6 counts of federal violations and to demand that the primate torture industry inside UF be shut down permanently for the reasons enumerated below.

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Marco Salemi – $MILLIONS of Monkeys Unaccounted for Inside University of Florida

by Camille A. Marino

Almost every single time I learn something new, it only serves to highlight how much more I still have to learn. This is especially true when it comes to the obscured and intentionally-convoluted animal torture industry inside the University of Florida for which taxpayers award them approximately $400 million annually.

For five years now, I have been filing open records requests for veterinary records and protocols for every single nonhuman primate that the USDA confirms is inside of UF after each inspection of their labs. Although the USDA is a client-based agency that was established in 1862 to promote the interests of industrial animal abusers, these rubber-stamp inspection reports exist to give the public the impression that there is some accountability for how their money is bein

UF orders a Media Blackout in Gainesville to Cover Up Their Crimes Against Animals

holocaust inside ufby Camille A. Marino

It’s official!

The University of Florida is going for an all-out media blackout to keep their crimes hidden from the community in Gainesville.

Breaking: UF hit with third lawsuit from activists

Eleventh Hour  filed a federal complaint citing systemic incompetence among the “medical researchers” abusing primates inside the University of Florida days ago on December 24. On the heels of that indictment from activists, we filed a third lawsuit in the courts against the University of Florida for suppressing public records documenting the extent of their taxpayer-funded atrocities.

On December 26, 2013, attorney Marcy I. LaHart filed the suit on behalf of Eleventh Hour’s Karen Kline. Case No. 2013 CA 005479 has been assigned to Judge Roundtree and we are awaiting a date on the docket. Represented by Ms. LaHart, Camille Marino successfully sued UF twice and took possession of the records that underlie the federal complaint filed earlier this week. Several of our colleagues are expected to be present in Gainesville when this case is heard in 2014.

It took three years of legal battles to secure unredacted records through December 2010 of which we finally took possession in April of 2013. All further requests

The UF Lawsuit Victory: Coming Full Circle

Inside UF at Dec 31, 2011 - set 216

Will these repugnant sadists be smiling now that we’re watching…

By Camille Marino
Dickerson Detention Facility
February 27, 2013

In October 2010, my open records request to the University of Florida for veterinary records on 33 captive non-human primates was denied.  UF remained in non-compliance with Florida statutes for 18 months until I won my lawsuit against them on December 30, 2011.

Within days, I received thousands of papers documenting cruel and barbaric experiments to which, funded by taxpayers, the university has been subjecting monkeys for decades. However, the documents I received were redacted to obscure the physical locations in which the animals were imprisoned and tortured.  An appeal was filed to demand full disclosure of this public information. read more

Second NIO Victory: UF Must Disclose Locations of Animals in Vivisection Labs

In October 2010, the University of Florida refused to comply with my oen records request for veterinary records on 33 non-human primates.  They remained in non-compliance with Florida statutes for 18 months until I won my lawsuit, Camille Marino v. University of Florida, on December 30, 2011. On January 5, 2012, I received thousands of papers documenting cruel and barbaric experiments to which, funded by taxpayers, the university has been subjecting monkeys for decades. However, the documents I received were redacted to obscure the physical locations of the labs. An appeal was filed to demand full disclosure of this public information. Represented by attorney Marcy I. LaHart, I won my second legal victory against UF on February 26, 2013.  This site is now devoted to exposing for taxpayers exactly how their hard-earned money — approximately $450 million annually — is being used to gratuitously brutalize animals. This is an industry that exists to make money, it has nothing to do with science. The fact that it has taken a total of 28 months and two lawsuits to compel some degree of transparency speaks for itself.

by Joey Flechas (The Gainesville Sun)

The University of Florida has to release the locations of its animal research labs after a court battle with animal rights activist Camille Marino ended with an appeals court ruling that the locations are public record.

The First District Court of Appeal filed the opinion this week, reversing a lower court’s ruling. Marino, part of the animal rights group Negotiation Is Over, had already won one legal battle over

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

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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

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