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image of imprisoned monkey inside uf's dungeon

enslaved monkey peersout hopelessly from his prison cell inside the bowels of the university of florida

The long-tailed macaque is native to the jungles of Southeast Asia. But, unless we get him out, Calvin will never know freedom, never climb a tree, and never feel the sun warm his little body. Assigned Holocaust No. CX99, Calvin was born into captivity at the notorious Alpha Genesis on June 1, 2003 and sold into slavery at the University of Florida on February 25, 2008.

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holocaust victim is tattooed inside uf vivisection lab

holocaust victim is tattooed inside uf vivisection lab

Within days, Eleventh Hour for Animals will release the shocking details of the monkey torture at UF that is exclusively being funded by the Michael J. Fox Foundation. At this moment, they are considering funding even more of these atrocities and we must urge them to sever ties with UF before more monkeys succumb.

Please compose your own letter or use the sample provided and email the Michael J. Fox Foundation today.

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Image from inside UF; not Louis

Image from inside UF; not Louis

In August of 2010, we learned about a monkey named Louis. A lab tech pleaded with UF to release him to a sanctuary and stop his suffering. While the lab tech was on vacation, Louis was murdered and incinerated on July 9, 2010. UF wanted to ensure that the world would never see his deteriorated condition or know his story. In October of 2010, NIO’s campaign against UF commenced. Now we know that Louis was allowed to languish in torment with a broken hip and never given any pain relief. His records document callous neglect, violations of the law, and incompetence. In death, Louis has a voice.

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by NIO Florida

Monkey 55D was named Little Girl by those responsible for her ten years of agony. Girl monkeys are rarely used and 55D suffered from the pain and misery that only a female being could. For the last three of her ten years at the hands of the evil Dennis Brooks, 55D was made to endure horrific “ophthalmology” experiments while Brooks knew she was suffering terribly from the endometriosis progressing through her little body.  The final pathology after 55D’s murder:

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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.

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an enslaved capuchin

Bucky’s Story

Bucky is a capuchin monkey who has remained a captive Vivisector Raymond J. Bergeron since 1999. As the records attached below demonstrate, Bucky’s existence is now one of nightmarish deprivation, self-mutilation, misery and pain. Blood is repeatedly found in his cage, he is self-mutilating, vocalizing, and his hair pulling leaves bald spots. He is agitated and aggressive, exhibiting “stereotypical” pacing, biting of bars, tail holding, as well as scratching around his face and eyes. As of December 31, 2011, it appears that Bucky was still actively being driven insane.

Among the injuries documented are a gash on his left big toe, his left inner thigh was excoriated and bleeding was noted, moist wounds were observed on both knees with significant swelling, and his tail was also found lacerated. The most severe injury Bucky sustained thus far was a deep cut on his leg and knee which required surgery, after which he would open his wounds. Another laceration by his left eye is documented as either another self-mutilation or as being sustained from lab equipment, which would indicate neglect.

Our UF whistleblower offers :

“I’m sure all those injuries were due to thrashing about in his cage – exhibiting rage and hostility. These guys are in prison…”

The guardians of UF’s dungeons are clearly aware of Bucky’s deteriorating mental and physical health as they were monitoring his aggressive behavior toward his fellow inmates. He is so frustrated that he needed to be moved away from the primates at which he had redirected his anger. Rather than release him to a sanctuary, they considered giving him Xanax.

In order to remain in compliance with “strict welfare guidelines” as they inhumanely crush this individual’s spirit and shred his mental health, they must provide “enrichment” to address all of the abnormal behaviors documented. They, therefore, offered him only some ice blocks, half a banana, and interaction twice a day. At one point this additional “therapeutic enrichment” was deemed no longer necessary.

And, inasmuch as they continually note that he is not in pain or is characterized as “BAR” (bright, alert, reactive), we must understand that this is when someone entered the room to interact with him and there is documentation stating that he seemed to like human interaction. His wounds and deteriorating mental health, however, speak for themselves regarding the other 99% of his day.

Ultimately they decided that Bucky is suffering from self-injurious behavior.

The foregoing provides a snapshot of this victim’s life in the UF concentration camp through December 31, 2011. We can safely assume that his torment is continuing unabated as Raymond J. Bergeron continues to profit from Bucky’s demise. We are awaiting further documentation that will indicate to what experiments he may currently be subjected as well as pictures of this capuchin and all of the primates imprisoned at UF.

UF’s Veterinary Records

Bucky 1999 – 2010, Part 1

Bucky 1999 – 2010, Part 2

Bucky – Records Thru 12-31-11, Part 1

Bucky – Records Thru 12-31-11, Part 2

Bucky – Records Thru 12-31-11, Part 3

by NIO Florida

Vet records for Monkey 95D (Harry) may be viewed HERE.

On December 2, 1998, ten macaques were shipped to the University of Florida from the Caribbean Primate Research Center at the University of Puerto Rico. One of those monkeys was a 3-year old male called “95-D,” later named “Harry” by his new captors. After enduring 11 years of misery and terror at the hands of sadistic vivisector Dennis Brooks, Harry was murdered in UF’s dungeons on September 1, 2009. His broken body was promptly incinerated.

As with all of UF’s prisoners, Harry’s vet records indicate that he was turned into a drug addict by the sickening frequency with which he was extracted from his cage in terror, forceably restrained, and injected with increasingly-larger doses of ketamine and other drugs used to “knock him down” and render him helpless. Like his sister, Little Girl, his eyes would then be pried open with devices, electrodes woud be attached to his eyeballs, and Brooks would then flood Harry’s little body with unknown amounts of voltage. Harry also had dyes injected into his eyes repeatedly and, of course, eye scans were regularly taken to document the effects of these atrocities.

After more than a decade of living in unimaginable terror and pain, Harry was executed by Brooks with his eyes intact. A source inside UF’s labs explains the murder as follows:

“…he was killed because the study ended. Housing and maintaining animals is expensive, especially monkeys. There was no funding for further research, so Harry needed to be eliminated. They don’t like to release animals to sanctuaries because of the exposure. They don’t want the public to know that they do in any of these studies and a sanctuary may not be as discreet about the sources.

“Harry went immediately to the animal facility’s incineration room where he was later burned with all the other animals that are regularly burned several times a week. It would be nice if they went to introductory biology labs on campus for dissection (at least SOMETHING else could have been gained from their lives) but again, that lifts the veil of secrecy.”

The list of the University of Florida’s private benefactors has been leaked to NIO Florida. These donors live in the U.S. and abroad and many have direct ties to big pharma. These are the people that directly support animal torture at UF. To facilitate a more personal outreach experience, the worst offenders along with their contact information will be published individually. Tonight we meet Anup Zutshi.

Anup Zutshi Ph.D.
Pfizer Inc
700 Chesterfield Parkway (W)
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Anup.Zutshi@Pfizer.com

Dr. Zutshi explains how he tortures dogs:

It appears that the emesis that you are seeing is following oral dosing to dogs?? Tween does not cause emesis in dogs when used at levels of 1-2% of the total formulation if administered orally. The question to ask is when is the emesis occurring?? If it is at time periods less than Tmax, local GI irritation by the compound seems to be the problem. If it is much later than Tmax, a systemic effect (probably CNS related) is the more likely cause.

Last year, along with his wife Reeta, 53-year old Anup sold his mansion in Wildwood, Missouri for $410,000.

Since there it is unlikely that we will ever persuade Anup that experimenting on animals is criminal, perhaps we can simply reach out, en masse, and suggest that his life would be more peaceful if he ceases to fund the University of Florida holocaust.

Dennis E. Brooks 352-294-44552015 SW 16TH AVE GAINESVILLE FL brooksd@ufl.edu , brooksd@vetmed.ufl.edu

Prof. Dennis E Brooks took his cue from the Nazis’ Dr. Mengele when he came up with the idea to laser 44D’s eye for an experiment. He insiststhat boiling the fluid in 44D’s eye then measuring how long it takes to cool is science and not sadism.

The University of Florida, made sure Professor Brooks had enough money to blind and murder poor 44D, while likely lining their own pockets with some of that money.

You can call and write Professor Brooks and tell him that what he does is criminal!