Contact: John Uribe Esq.  213 216.1300  
Los Angeles: Twelve peaceful animal rights activists were illegally  arrested Saturday near the home of Edythe London, notorious UCLA employee known for addicting non-human primates to methamphetamines and nicotine. While acting completely within the law, activists were summarily  rounded up and arrested by rogue UCLA police intent on stopping a constitutionally-protected picket. Identical demonstrations have occurred in the area for several years without arrests.
Edythe London is a long time primate "vivisector" (vivisection is the act of performing torturous and mutilating experiments on animals). London injects and addicts monkeys to methamphetamines (turning them into tweakers, so to speak), before strapping them into leather restraints, doing "PET scans" on them and then killing them. She also addicts primates to nicotine, using money provided by a grant from the Phillip Morris Company, as well as having used underage teens for the study as well.
For the past two years, UCLA police and the LAPD have watched and filmed activists marching past and around Edythe London's 'toney' neighborhood in Westwood, California and never cited or arrested any activist under the municipal code cited on Saturday for the arrests. After imprisonment for several hours, all the activists were released without bail. A hearing has been set for June 15 the Airport Municipal Court in Los Angeles.
A 'Legal Observer' with formal training from the National Lawyers Guild was at the scene of the arrests videotaping UCLA police harassment and states "UCLA police made the arrests while activists were marching on the sidewalk by another home two doors from London's." Police then proceeded to CONFISCATE the legal observer's video tape of the entire day's legal picketing, as well as hundreds of dollars worth of posters, a banner depicting horrible images of primates in the laboratory's of UCLA and other laboratories and a five foot "stuffed animal" created to look like a monkey being experimented on hanging from a cross.
The legal observer is certain UCLA police will alter or erase her videotape: "This has happened before with videotapes confiscated by police showing official misconduct and/or proving activists were within the law."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There you have it! We are on our way to a POLICE STATE!

Police will change "evidence" to make a case for themselves.

Seems to me that if they take pictures, they can change pictures and add photoshop images, and cut and splice videotapes to suit their cause.

I used to be engaged to a lawyer. I never understood why he used to say that police lie on their police reports. I am beginning to see things more clearly now.