Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Miami, FL: Cages Cut Open At Lab Animal Supplier

"Late on September, 10 we entered the compound of Worldwide Primates (16450 SW 180th Street, Miami, Florida) and cut large holes in 4 outdoor cages. Each cage held 5 or 6 monkeys.

There is no doubt that monkeys can survive in Florida. There are hundreds of wild monkeys in colonies across the state. Worldwide Primates is surrounded by fruit farms.

Worldwide Primates is the business of convicted baby orangutan smuggler Matthew Block. He spent one year in prison and then went back to work importing and selling primates to vivisection labs.

Mr. Block, we haven't forgotten you. Your work is still criminal in our eyes.

- Animal Liberation Front"


reposted from: http://directaction.info/news_sep12b_08.htm

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

jail break:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080925/ap_on_re_us/jail_escape_4