From: "SPEAK" firstname.lastname@example.org
July 10, 2006
Since SPEAK has managed to expose the tragic life of George more information is coming to light of the horrors
being perpetrated against primates at Oxford University.
SPEAK, in detailing the violence inflicted on George, appears to have hit a nerve with some people and more
information is now coming in relating to the work carried out by the same Professor on other primates.
This time the leaked information has come from a source within the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).
The CPS were the organisation responsible for not prosecuting the leading Oxford University vivisector in
November 2004 for cruelty to a monkey he was experimenting on - the same professor was also responsible
for abusing George.
SPEAK has now been informed by our source within the CPS that the whole investigation by Thames Valley Police
and the subsequent failure of the CPS to bring a prosecution was nothing more than an elaborate
cover up from the moment Thames Valley Police investigated the incident to the inaction of the CPS.
A deliberate attempt was made by all investigating bodies to hide the facts.
We have been told that Senior Oxford University officials used their influence with both Thames
Valley Police and the CPS to thwart any prosecution because of the damage it would cause to the university.
SPEAK has previously highlighted the investigation of the leading\line professor at Oxford University.
For legal reasons we are unable to name the professor who has been abusing animals for the past 30
years inside Oxford University's torture chambers.
Our source at the CPS has informed us that the primate at the centre of the police investigation was called 'JEZ'.
Our original article in 2004 detailing the abuse highlighted that: "The monkey was suffering from a brain
infection caused by electrodes being inserted into its brain, through a chamber in its head cap.
The vets tried to treat the monkey but it was in too much pain and couldn't be helped."
It goes on to describe how "the home office inspector demanded that the monkey be put down"
but the professor "argued and refused" however "eventually he backed down but only after
the monkey had suffered for a long time."
However 'JEZ' is not the only monkey to have suffered a similar experience at the hands
of someone who can only be described as a monster.
Papers relating to the case described how another monkey, who was named 'BJee', was kept
for research for approx 4 years. This animal suffered constantly from a most aggressive
infection around the head cap and also an infection to the eye.
'BJee' was allowed to suffer for years before finally being put out of its misery
because of pressure from the Home Office.
However, what is even more disturbing
is the fact that BJee, JEZ, and George are not isolated incidents, but are just a
few examples amongst many of the abuse taking place behind the closed doors of the university's labs.
It now appears that Oxford University, with the backing of the Labour Government
have become a law unto themselves and the university now believe they are untouchable.
One thing is becoming very clear: whatever information we are receiving via compassionate
people from both within the university and other organisations:
it's information that details but a fraction of the atrocities being committed inside
Oxford University. One other thing is also certain: if the animal rights movement
doesn't stop the abuse towards sentient creatures, then the non human animals inside
the university are at the mercy of the vivisectors who are devoid of any compassion
towards their VICTIMS. If we don't stop it, no one will.
The animals have no one but us!
Please don't forget the thousands of animals suffering at this very moment inside
Oxford University. They need you. SPEAK needs your help.
Help us defeat the animal abusers inside Oxford University.
Together we can win. We defeated Cambridge University and with action we can defeat Oxford
Join us in Oxford on the 22nd July and let's together remember all those so cruelly
treated by Oxford University. Don't forget George, Jez and BJee!
Meet: Carfax Tower, Oxford City centre, 12 noon, 22nd July