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“Little Girl”: Tortured to death by Dennis E. Brooks Inside UF

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“Little Girl”: Tortured to death by Dennis E. Brooks Inside UF

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:

HISTORY: Pelvic mass and reproductive abnormalities.

GROSS: Caudal abdominal adhesions widespread around uterus and urinary bladder.

MICROSCOPIC: Endometriosis, abdomen focally severe

Endometriosis fiber start in the uterus but left untreated can travel the rest of the body abnormally joining organs. During menstruation, endometriosis fibers cause pain wherever they are located.

View her records HERE.

Captive of the University of Florida

Captive of the University of Florida

As with other victims languishing in the UF dungeons of Dennis E. Brooks, monkey 55D was tortured daily. Shortly after her arrival from a Puerto Rican “monkey mill,” her left leg and right side of her head were shaved for easy access for injections and eye exams. For one of several studies 55D was used for, her daily routine consisted of being compressed in her tiny cage, injected with Ketamine and transported to another UF building. Sometimes the 3 pound female primate was just “knocked down” with the Ketamine before having her eye sockets forced open with ocular spreaders for study. Many other times she was intubated for anesthesia and put on a respirator. Her day often included being catheterized just to avoid messy urine getting in the way. Prior to examinations, 55D endured humiliating vaginal and rectal swabbing.

Professor Brooks was able to come up with more sadistic tests to perform on primates’ eyes causing severe pain, cataracts and lesions of the eyes.  Poor little 55D, an innocent prisoner and someone’s daughter, suffered through several such experiments all the while suffering through constant pelvic, abdominal and uterine pain that was recorded yet not treated, for the last three years of her life.

HRT: Heidelberg Retina Tomograph. With her eye forced open, a laser beam is used to scan the entire eye.

PERG: Pattern Electroretinogram. 55D, by now a Katamine addict like all of Brooks’ prisoners, had her eyes spread open  while he actually attached several electrodes to her eyeball and surrounding skin- aided by the side of her head being shaved upon arrival. The reason for what transpires next is is known only to the twisted mind of Dennis E Brooks. An unknown amount of voltage is run through the electrodes and into 55D’s eyes while flashes light flood her face.

Fluorescein Angiography: 55D was also injected straight into her eye on many many occasions as this was the main test she was used for. A fluorescent dye, commonly known as D&C Yellow #8, is injected into the retina to examine circulation. With her eyes still spread open, Brooks’ team shines a light in her eyes and takes picture. Each time this is done, 55D is intibated, on a respirator and catheterized.

The University of Florida willingly employs yet another psychopath and serial killer whom they let live out his sadistic fantasies while they all pocket some of the funds. Non-animal skin and eye experiment alternatives are among the most available. Brooks once again declined any treatment for endometriosis for 55d and ordered her murder ten years after her arrival to the UF hellhole.

9 Responses

  1. Florence Eaise says:

    What happened to 55d and to all animals in labs is just disgusting and disturbing its unspeakable and unimaginable and it makes me wonder how these people who work in these hell holes ca sleep at night or even look into the mirror with all that blood and suffering on their hands how can they not feel anything but shame im so very very grateful that i stumbled upon Negotioation is Over a little over a year ago as it hasopened my eyes to the ugly world of vivisection and ever since the first day i found Negotiation is Over ive been an avid activist to stop Vivisection im also very grateful for Cammile Marino for opening my eyes and educating me about vivisection i will frever be grateful to her for her bravery and heart Cammile is my HERO!!

    • nioflorida says:

      I appreciate your generous words, Florence, and am gratified to know that I was able to help enlighten you about the horrors of vivisection. Too many people understand what the holocaust is yet never leave their sofa to fight for the animals. You are my hero. Keep up the great work.

      Camille

  2. savannah bach says:

    What a crying disgrace! To think criminal behavior like this is condoned by law and to crown it all it is tax payers’ money funding all of this terrorism! May this piece of human trash and all others like him meet their demise in a slow and extremely agonizing way …. The wheel turns slowly, but it makes its 360 degrees always and what goes around always comes around!

  3. Linda Ann Reynolds, Ed.S. says:

    What a bunch of disgusting loosers who need entertainment by torturing defenseless animals. Congrats. Now humans are truly the lowest form of life on earth. May you receive in kind for the pain and suffering you have inflicted.

  4. Valerie First says:

    Dennis Brooks should rot in hell. I would like to wipe that smirk right off your face. You should be tortured for ten years.

  5. Mae says:

    I do not believe that vivisection has any value, but even if I did I would rather die than inflict such torture on another living being. Humans who do this are cowards.

  6. Kevin Storm says:

    My mom’s been reading some of these articles to me. I feel sick. I want to cry. I just can’t understand why a human could do this stuff and think that it’s ok. I’m glad we met you, Camille. I can’t wait to talk to you today.

    • nioflorida says:

      Hi Kevin,

      I think the fact that it took a total of 29 months and 2 court cases to finally get unredacted records out of the University of Florida speaks for itself. Clearly, UF (as well as every other university in the country) does not want the taxpayers to know what they are doing to animals with our money. It’s a very sad situation.

      I’m looking forward to speaking with you.

      Camille

  7. Yvonne Fast says:

    This is cruelty beyond words! This behaviour is comparable with psychopathic behaviour and I do not understand that because it happens in a laboratory, it is acceptable!?!?!
    To do this to any living creature is beyond words. Where is the ethics and moral? Where are human values? Is it because the authorities do not know about it that it is legal?
    The questions are many, but the answers are few.
    Let us make this a horror from the past and have it forbidden globally!

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