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German flag Honorary Consulate of Germany in Jackson

Honorary ConsulEmerson B. Robinson jr.
Addressc/o AmSouth Bank
49 Eastbrooke Street
Jackson, MS 39216
USA
Phonelocal: (601) 354.8283
international: +1.601.354.8283
Faxlocal: (601) 354.8192
international: +1.601.354.8192
EmailEBarneyR@aol.com
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Suzanne DeWees
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 16:36 EDT
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany:
PLease end the terrible brutal and abusive treatment of monkeys in Germany's research labs. per Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany:

An investigation by the BUAV and Soko Tierschutz found monkeys were being deprived of water for days in an attempt to coerce them into doing what the laboratory wanted. Some animals became so thirsty they were even drinking their own and other monkeys’ urine.

Please stop this Living Nightmare as depicted on YOUtube for all the world to see.

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