When PETA conducted an 11-month investigation
http://www.covancecruelty.com/insideCovanceUS.asp into the deplorable cruelty in Covance's testing labs and went public with its findings including damning videotape footage
http://www.covancecruelty.com/videos.asp of workers who are slapping, choking, throwing, threatening, and psychologically tormenting monkeys the billion-dollar animal-testing giant hoped to muzzle PETA by carrying out its bullying tactics in court. The attempt to stop PETA from publicizing the videotape footage and other evidence of the cruelty toward monkeys in its Vienna, Virginia, labs ended when the company dropped its lawsuit.
Please take a moment to spread the word about Covance http://www.covancecruelty.com/spreadTheWord.asp to caring friends, coworkers, neighbors, and family members.
Write to Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns using our automatic e-mail form. http://www.covancecruelty.com/emailForm.asp Your letters do make a difference.
Please contact your senators http://www.covancecruelty.com/getActive.asp and implore them to investigate the failure of the USDA to enforce the Animal Welfare Act at Covance.