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activist, author, former political prisoner

Restraining orders have an expiration date, the truth doesn’t

James David Jentsch Up until 2010, at the age of 46, the greatest legal issue with which I was ever confronted was a speeding ticket. And then I was served with my first restraining order by notorious monkey murderer and celebrated UCLA vivisector James David Jentsch. I lived 3000 miles away in Florida, had never…
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UF withholding animal experimentation records – Help Eleventh Hour for Animals Sue

Image of a a monkey being tortured inside the University of Florida (awarded by the court on 12/30/11, Camille Marino v. UF) Camille Marino November 21, 2017 Since I got back online four months ago, I filed numerous records requests with the University of Florida — not a single request has been honored and their…
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How “Love & Peace” Kills Animals

“Species membership is not a valid reason to place anyone outside the circle of moral compassion or beyond the reach of effective defense.” ~Lindy Greene “The time for civil discourse has expired.” ~Camille Marino by Lindy Greene & Camille Marino Globalization is predicated upon slave labor. Both animate and inanimate resources are expended to the…
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Our job is to send them to hell

camille marino september 27, 2017 Aside from saving animals, collectively and individually, we have one job – to send those who profit from animal abuse to a hell of their own, something akin to the hell in which they’ve entombed animals on earth. The holocaust is so omnipresent and pervasive, that it’s easy to be…
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This morning’s call from law enforcement proves what I already knew…

Camille Marino August 14, 2017 Five weeks after winning my first lawsuit against the University of Florida, UFPD Sergeant Jeff Moran personally orchestrated my very first arrest at a UF Protest in 2012. Documents obtained through public records requests demonstrate that he also orchestrated two extraditions to get me out of Florida, the first torturous…
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