PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Britches, an infant primate, was "rescued" from a basement laboratory at the University of California at Riverside on April 20, 1985 by the Animal Liberation Front. "Britches was isolated in a steel cage after animal researchers had crudely stiched his eyes shut for a blindness experiment. Mr. Grant Mac, former president of the American Council for the blind, called the $275,000 experiment 'one of the most repugnant and ill-conceived boondoggles that I've heard about for a long time.' Here's the uplifing story of Britches' rescue--delivered from the grasp of experimentation into the arms of a caring mother primate who adopted him." [Description taken from the cassette.]
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