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Negotiation is Over - Florida

NIO Exposes Ding’s Fraudulent Grants, MILLION$ Cut Off from UF Vivisection Labs

While we are still reconciling everything that has transpired over the past several years, it is clear today that NIO Florida (now Eleventh Hour for Animals) has had a considerable impact on UF’s ability to rape taxpayers and quietly get rich off the blood and screams of their nonhuman victims. And rather than engage any issue in which there is exists a decided public interest to procure facts, they chose to divert attention from themselves entirely. Rather, they embarked on a dedicated campaign of police intimidation and harassment, subjecting activists involved in this campaign to repeated arrests and incarcerations since 2010.

On October 4, 2010, NIO published our first expose documenting the brutal brain-mapping experiments in monkeys for which Ding was being awarded $270,060 annually as the Principle Investigator conducting “biomedical engineering” experiments under NIH Project Number: R01MH079388-03. These were annuity installments that were paid out every single year totaling roughly $3,000,000 under this award.

Mingzhou Ding: Is he complicit in animal torture or tax fraud?


PI: Dr. Ding – Project Number: R01MH079388-04: $259,528 (FY 2010)
“Camille Marino” <camille@negotiationisover.com> (Add as Preferred Sender)
=&1=& Sat, Jan 15, 2011 4:55 pm =&2=& “Janine Sikes” <jysikes@ufl.edu> =&3=& “Lisa Grossman” <lgrossman621@gmail.com>, mzding@ufl.edu, Nathan.Crabbe@gvillesun.com

Janine Sikes
Director of Public Affairs University Relations
University of Florida
101 Tigert Hall
Office: 352-846-3903/06
Cell: 352-214-6807
email: jysikes@UFL.EDU

Dear Ms. Sikes:

I am copying Dr. Ding in this communication and welcome his input on this very serious issue that directly concerns him.

I am also copying Gainesville Sun Reporter Nathan Crabbe since we have each spoken to him separately about the nature of Dr. Ding’s research.

Given that you just denied to furnish me with public records per my request in accordance with this state’s open records law, Fla. Stat. Secs. 119.01 to 119.15, it seems prudent that our communications going forward be subject to a degree of public scrutiny. read more


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