Professor of Toxicology
University of Florida
Center for Environmental & Human Toxicology
P.O. Box 110885
Gainesville, FL 32611
Phone: (352) 294-4514
Fax: (352) 392-4707
by NIO Florida
At the University of Florida, Stephen Roberts has had a long and storied career poisoning a variety of his imprisoned victims to death. But, since our objective is to win release for the primates, we will confine the discussion to Roberts’ crimes against monkeys.
About 18 months ago before we started this campaign, we saw a video presentation at an undisclosed location in Gainesville given by an activist who worked in the labs. We saw images of every species imaginable, some so exotic we had never heard of them — all imprisoned in UF’s dungeons. We learned about the insidious experiments to which each was subjected. But there is one story that has stood out for us and, at this juncture, we have a personal connection with “Louis,” one of Roberts’ victims.
Stephen Roberts lives in this $280,000 2575-square foot home.
It looks rather isolated.
Probably makes a cozy meeting place for the boy scouts
13111 NW 19TH Place
Gainesville, FL 32606
Home phone: (352) 332-8847
Louis was a very sick, weak, and depressed little monkey. He wouldn’t eat and was wasting away in his isolation cell for years. Activist X had tried for months to persuade the despicable animal abusers at UF to allow him/her to re-home Louis in a sanctuary and give him a chance at some semblance of a normal life. But, while Activist X was away on break, someone had ordered Louis to be murdered. They did not want the public to ever see the deteriorated condition of this monkey’s broken little body. We now know that Stephen Roberts gave the order to execute him. On Friday, we will meet Louis and, thereafter, we will meet several monkeys that Bergeron and Roberts collaborated to poison and kill.
But for today, let’s meet Stephen Roberts the man. Vivisector Roberts is 42-years old and appears to be unattached with no apparent wife or children. However, he does have a rather rich social life as a “counselor” for a troop of boy scouts. Why would a single man who abuses innocent animals for a living spend his evenings in the company of innocent little boys??? Far be it from us to make any accusations. We’ll just say “hmmm” and let the reader draw their own conclusions.
The picture below is of Stephen’s brother and his family: Mike Roberts, his wife Yhormith, and Stephen Roberts’ cute little nephew, Aiden. They live in Jacksonville.