Donated for Use in Researcher
very rare spinal donation was made yesterday in Atlanta from an
animal rights group, the Primate Freedom Project, to one of the
most unproductive vivisectors in the nation.
what a Primate Freedom Project spokesperson said was an ‘’obvious
case of no backbone‘’, PFP decided to donate a spine
to Yerkes’ Director Stuart Zola so he might have the courage
to accept PFP‘s invitation.
plastic backbone was attached to a 2’ x 3’ hand-written
invitation to Zola with the following message:
invitations to discuss animal experiments have been extended to
you and Emory. We have received no reply and have reached the conclusion
you have no backbone. Please accept this attached spine and use
it in a debate with Dr. Ray Greek. Call us when you are ready,
invitation was deposited with the DeKalb County Police who were
protecting Zola and the Yerkes Center from the peaceful protestors.
The police were asked to make sure Zola receives this donation.
years, the Primate Freedom Project has extended invitations to Emory
and Yerkes to discuss animal experimentation in a public forum so
Emory students, media and other interested persons might hear both
sides of this issue. Emory and Yerkes will only discuss this topic
with people who agree with them as they are keenly aware it is indefensible.
spokesperson stated yesterday, ‘’we don’t expect
Zola to accept because he is a coward and he realizes Dr. Greek
will mop up the floor with him.” Dr. Greek, a former animal
researcher himself, is founder and president of Americans For Medical
Advancement and has discussed this topic in a public forum with
numerous animal researchers around the US. Dr. Greek’s expertise
in medicine and research obviously intimidates Zola and others at
Emory and Yerkes.
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