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Free the Monkeys at UF! Cyber Action 1

Free the Monkeys at UF! Cyber Action 1

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Administrators: Karen Kline, Lisa Grossman, Michael Crandall

EASY EMAIL ACTION- FREE THE UF MONKEYS* Just copy/paste a letter and email addresses! While the rest of the world continues to ban many or all forms of animal testing, the University of Florida in Gainesville continues to torture the innocent. The faculty, alumni and supporters of UF must be educated- many have no idea what horrors their money is funding. Activists have fought vivisection at this institute for too long, please take just a minute to lend your voice and help free the UF monkeys!

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SUBJECT: Seasons Greetings: Federal Complaint Cites Incompetence & Negligence in UF Labs

SAMPLE LETTER

Dear UF Faculty, Friends & Alumni,

I am contacting you today about an atrocity that you may be funding…and that YOU can help stop!

Earlier this week, on December 24, 2013, Eleventh Hour for Animals filed a federal complaint with the USDA citing four counts of violations of the Animal Welfare Act and alleging systemic incompetence and neglect of animals being housed inside the University of Florida. Veterinarians documented a monkey named Louis with a broken hip on July 9, 2009. Rather than address the injury or treat his pain, Louis was left to languish in agony and deteriorate as lab techs, vets, and principle investigator Stephen Roberts spent an entire year testing him for parasites. When the parasite treatments failed to resolve the issue of his broken bones, Louis was incinerated on July 9, 2010. His veterinary records chillingly note that Louis “was unable to be used.”

The group called for an immediate “high priority” investigation because these records which date back to 2009/2010 were only obtained in April of 2013 after 3 years of legal battles in which activists secured 2 victories in court. You may be surprised to know that UF has once again refused to disclose any current public records to the taxpaying community and is once again choosing to actively violate Florida law.

What are they trying to hide? And why do they refuse to use non-animal research alternatives??
http://emptyallcages.com/non-animal-alternatives/

It is estimated that 10,000 animals are being tortured to death inside the university because they earn roughly $400 million annually in taxpayer money for fraudulent cruel experiments. 25 of these animals are thinking and feeling monkeys, 19 of whom are being subjected to extreme pain. If this was real science, they would have nothing to hide. But the University of Florida is corrupt and the animals need relief.

Please make your voice heard and tell UF that they must free the monkeys today.

Sincerely,

10 Responses

  1. otis henry says:

    … ahoye – yes it is long overdue way over – ok u f – time for awarenss ! time foe nih ? usda ? – criminally corrupted – money ciphers ! – unethically murderously nonsensical vivisecting viviterrorists …vivi is non sense no matter – of course i am biased. have been for many years – ok staus quo anti progress secret police – it ain’t no crime to protest criminality. if it is > you < who is tracking – you who is employed by the secret police – you who denies life in pursuit of greed – money – then you had better consideryour mothers' invocation – "never do anything th@ you would not want printed on … the front page of the Daily News" ! think on it. cyber criminals – you ain't no calibrated mossad – … your mother would be ashamed of you & the people you work for if … she were to know specifically – What You Do !

  2. otis henry says:

    … ahoye – yes it is long overdue way over – ok u f – time for awarenss ! time for nih ? usda ? – criminally corrupted – money ciphers ! – unethically murderously nonsensical vivisecting viviterrorists …vivi is non sense no matter – of course i am biased. have been for many years – ok staus quo anti progress secret police – it ain’t no crime to protest criminality. if it is > you < who is tracking – you who is employed by the secret police – you who denies life in pursuit of greed – money – then you had better consider your mothers' invocation – "never do anything th@ you would not want printed on … the front page of the Daily News" ! think on it. cyber criminals – you ain't no calibrated mossad – … your mother would be ashamed of you & the people you work for if … she were to know specifically – What You Do !

  3. viviane lekens says:

    how is it still possible that you so called scientists still do what l and so many other people just call’s sick, twisted and cruel handling off innocent animals!!! and all the repeated experiments, all just for your sick and evil minds and stone harts? and offcause for your pockets to be filled… l hope somebody will do the same to you!!! this must stop one day!!! shame on you all,

  4. bente petersen says:

    Dear UF Faculty, Friends & Alumni,

    I am contacting you today about an atrocity that you may be funding…and that YOU can help stop!

    Earlier this week, on December 24, 2013, Eleventh Hour for Animals filed a federal complaint with the USDA citing four counts of violations of the Animal Welfare Act and alleging systemic incompetence and neglect of animals being housed inside the University of Florida. Veterinarians documented a monkey named Louis with a broken hip on July 9, 2009. Rather than address the injury or treat his pain, Louis was left to languish in agony and deteriorate as lab techs, vets, and principle investigator Stephen Roberts spent an entire year testing him for parasites. When the parasite treatments failed to resolve the issue of his broken bones, Louis was incinerated on July 9, 2010. His veterinary records chillingly note that Louis “was unable to be used.”

    The group called for an immediate “high priority” investigation because these records which date back to 2009/2010 were only obtained in April of 2013 after 3 years of legal battles in which activists secured 2 victories in court. You may be surprised to know that UF has once again refused to disclose any current public records to the taxpaying community and is once again choosing to actively violate Florida law. The group called for an immediate “high priority” investigation because these records which date back to 2009/2010 were only obtained in April of 2013 after 3 years of legal battles in which activists secured 2 victories in court. You may be surprised to know that UF has once again refused to disclose any current public records to the taxpaying community and is once again choosing to actively violate Florida law.

    What are they trying to hide?

    It is estimated that 10,000 animals are being tortured to death inside the university because they earn roughly $400 million annually in taxpayer money for fraudulent cruel experiments. 25 of these animals are thinking and feeling monkeys, 19 of whom are being subjected to extreme pain. If this was real science, they would have nothing to hide. But the University of Florida is corrupt and the animals need relief.

    Please make your voice heard and tell UF that they must free the monkeys today.

  5. afsana sami says:

    all experiments on animals should be banned

  6. lucie renaud says:

    You have no right. These ANIMALS DO NOT BELONG TO YOU. THEY BELONG TO NATURE, THEY BELONG TO THEIR ENVIRONMENT. YOU HAVE NOT RIGHT TO EXPERIMENT. WOULD YOU EXPERIMENT ON YOUR FAMILY. THESE ANIMALS ARE FAMILY TO ME. SHAME, SHAME ON YOU… What do you tell your children at night about the work that you do. I torture animals my dearest. Shame on you again.

  7. Jamie Green says:

    Dear UF Faculty, Friends & Alumni,

    I am contacting you today about an atrocity that you may be funding…and that YOU can help stop!

    Earlier this week, on December 24, 2013, Eleventh Hour for Animals filed a federal complaint with the USDA citing four counts of violations of the Animal Welfare Act and alleging systemic incompetence and neglect of animals being housed inside the University of Florida. Veterinarians documented a monkey named Louis with a broken hip on July 9, 2009. Rather than address the injury or treat his pain, Louis was left to languish in agony and deteriorate as lab techs, vets, and principle investigator Stephen Roberts spent an entire year testing him for parasites. When the parasite treatments failed to resolve the issue of his broken bones, Louis was incinerated on July 9, 2010. His veterinary records chillingly note that Louis “was unable to be used.”

    The group called for an immediate “high priority” investigation because these records which date back to 2009/2010 were only obtained in April of 2013 after 3 years of legal battles in which activists secured 2 victories in court. You may be surprised to know that UF has once again refused to disclose any current public records to the taxpaying community and is once again choosing to actively violate Florida law. The group called for an immediate “high priority” investigation because these records which date back to 2009/2010 were only obtained in April of 2013 after 3 years of legal battles in which activists secured 2 victories in court. You may be surprised to know that UF has once again refused to disclose any current public records to the taxpaying community and is once again choosing to actively violate Florida law.

    What are they trying to hide?

    It is estimated that 10,000 animals are being tortured to death inside the university because they earn roughly $400 million annually in taxpayer money for fraudulent cruel experiments. 25 of these animals are thinking and feeling monkeys, 19 of whom are being subjected to extreme pain. If this was real science, they would have nothing to hide. But the University of Florida is corrupt and the animals need relief.

    Please make your voice heard and tell UF that they must free the monkeys today.

    Sincerely,

  8. vanessa alexiou says:

    Dear UF Faculty, Friends & Alumni,

    I am contacting you today about an atrocity that you may be funding…and that YOU can help stop!

    Earlier this week, on December 24, 2013, Eleventh Hour for Animals filed a federal complaint with the USDA citing four counts of violations of the Animal Welfare Act and alleging systemic incompetence and neglect of animals being housed inside the University of Florida. Veterinarians documented a monkey named Louis with a broken hip on July 9, 2009. Rather than address the injury or treat his pain, Louis was left to languish in agony and deteriorate as lab techs, vets, and principle investigator Stephen Roberts spent an entire year testing him for parasites. When the parasite treatments failed to resolve the issue of his broken bones, Louis was incinerated on July 9, 2010. His veterinary records chillingly note that Louis “was unable to be used.”

    The group called for an immediate “high priority” investigation because these records which date back to 2009/2010 were only obtained in April of 2013 after 3 years of legal battles in which activists secured 2 victories in court. You may be surprised to know that UF has once again refused to disclose any current public records to the taxpaying community and is once again choosing to actively violate Florida law. The group called for an immediate “high priority” investigation because these records which date back to 2009/2010 were only obtained in April of 2013 after 3 years of legal battles in which activists secured 2 victories in court. You may be surprised to know that UF has once again refused to disclose any current public records to the taxpaying community and is once again choosing to actively violate Florida law.

    What are they trying to hide?

    It is estimated that 10,000 animals are being tortured to death inside the university because they earn roughly $400 million annually in taxpayer money for fraudulent cruel experiments. 25 of these animals are thinking and feeling monkeys, 19 of whom are being subjected to extreme pain. If this was real science, they would have nothing to hide. But the University of Florida is corrupt and the animals need relief.

    Please make your voice heard and tell UF that they must free the monkeys today.

  9. cassandra says:

    Done. Sent in small blocks and personalized with your full text. So glad for your results and tenacity.

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