Terrorists Claim to See Face of Hell… In Cross-Eyed Monkey

“Rosenbaum, you need to watch your back because next time you are in the operating room or walking to your office you just might be facing injections into your eyes like the primates, you sick twisted f—.”

Animal Liberation Brigade
A Warning to UCLA Researcher Arthur Rosenbaum
June 28, 2007

The face of hell…

Via Global Incident Map
CBS2 reported on members of the deranged Leftist animal rights terror group, The Animal Liberation Brigade, who are planting bombs and threatening California professors for tests on animals “that can readily be studied in volunteer humans”:

The animal activists said Rosenbaum conducts abusive experiments on monkeys and should be subjected to “some of the same cruel and useless atrocities he perpetrates on innocent primates in his laboratory.”

They said one of his experiments involves restraining monkeys in a device that keeps their heads from moving and gluing metallic coils to their eyeballs to track their eye movements. The experiment allegedly leaves them cross-eyed.

“This is an inordinately cruel experiment purporting to study a usually self-limiting disease that can readily be studied in volunteer humans,” Vlasak said. “I hope Rosenbaum stops his cruel and useless experiments.”

According to the activists, “We have seen by our own eyes the torture on fully conscious primates in his lab. We have heard their whimpers and screeches of pain. Seeing this drove one of us to rush out and vomit.

We have seen hell, and it’s in Rosenbaum’s lab.”

Rosenbaum is a physician and professor at the UCLA Jules Stein Eye Institute.

A group calling themselves the “Animal Liberation Brigade” issued a “communique” Thursday afternoon threatening the researcher with more violence.

“Rosenbaum, you need to watch your back because next time you are in the operating room or walking to your office you just might be facing injections into your eyes like the primates, you sick twisted f—.”

The experimentation is financed by a National Institutes of Health grant.

Abrams said UCLA remained committed to the “lawful use of laboratory animals in research for the benefit of society.”

Last year the animal rights terror group firebombed another home in the area… They had the wrong house.

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