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