SAEN and WAR Launch Joint Campaign: Save the Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute Lab Animals

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SAEN & WAR Launch Joint Campaign
July 14, 2011

Operation: Agitate to Liberate 2011
Save the Lovelace Respiratory Research
Institute Lab Animals

Special Note:
We know that everyone is busy and that there are many campaigns competing for your attention. The lives of as many as 300 monkeys and an untold number of beagles are hanging in the balance here. Please, we beg you, take some time to read about this desperate situation and take action to save these precious, innocent lives. This is an opportunity for everyone to agitate to liberate.

A year ago last June, Win Animal Rights (WAR) launched the first Operation: Agitate to Liberate and as a result 120 beagles and 55 monkeys were liberated from a bankrupt lab in New Jersey. With your help we can do it again!

"Recently a whistleblower contacted SAEN revealing that Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute (LRRI), as a result of financial reverses, had plans to exterminate 300 monkeys and a colony of beagles whose size we do not yet know. The whistleblower has told us that the monkey slaughter began on Monday, July 11th. 30 monkeys are being killed every day. When they have all been wiped out, the beagles are next."...Michael Budkie, Stop Animal Exploitation Now (SAEN)
Hundreds of Beagles & Monkeys are depending on you!

We must take steps to let the LRRI management team know that the animals in their care deserve to be released and given sanctuary. They have already given enough of their lives and enough of their freedom for human greed. We are asking that for the next 2 days, you make a commitment to advocate for the lives of these innocent beings by demanding that LRRI management open lines of communication to SAEN and/or WAR before close of business on Friday, July 15, 2011.
DAY 1 & 2 - JULY 14th & 15th

Contact the Management Team of: Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute (LRRI)

Robert W. Rubin, PhD
President and CEO
(505) 348-9365
[email protected]

Richard C. McGivney, MS, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
(505) 348-9430
[email protected]

Cheryl N. DeVaul, BEd, MBA
Chief Human Resources Officer
(505) 348-9191
[email protected]

Rachel M. Blea, MBA
Director of Information Services
(505) 348-9597
[email protected]

Ross D. LeClaire, DVM, PhD, MSS, DABT, Fellow ATS
Director of Federal Programs
(505) 348-1795/9113
[email protected]

Jacob D. McDonald, PhD
Director, Chemistry and Inhalation Exposure Program
Director, Environmental Respiratory Health Program
(505) 348-9455
[email protected]

Robert L. Sherwood, PhD
Director of Applied Life Sciences and Toxicology
(505) 348-9459
[email protected]

Stephen A. Stemkowski, PhD
Director of Center for Pharmacoeconomic and Outcomes Research
(704) 775-3515
[email protected]

William E. Bechtold, PhD
Director of Technology Transfer
(505) 348-9456
[email protected]

Matthew D. Reed, PhD, DABT
Director of Preclinical Drug Development
(505) 348-4980
[email protected]

Cheryl D. DiCarlo, DVM, PhD, DACLAM
Director Comparative Medicine/Attending Vet
(505) 348-1935
[email protected]

Chris Merriam-Leith, MS, PMP
Director of Business Affairs
(505) 348-9650
[email protected]

Penny H. Holeman, MS, MPH
Director of Biosafety, Training & Biosecurity Solutions
(505) 348-9415
[email protected]

Bret Hendzel, BA, MBA
Senior Director of Operations
(505) 348-9450
[email protected]

James Taylor
Federal Capture Manager
(505) 348-9518
[email protected]

Donii D. Fox, MSPH, CIH, CBSP
South Biological Safety Officer
(505) 348-1953
[email protected]

David D. Griego, BSME
Director of Facilities
(505) 348-9406
[email protected]

Ricky L. Morrow
Consultant Director of Office of Research Contracts
(505) 348-9405
[email protected]

Ask Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute to open a dialogue with animal advocates who can arrange for the LRRI 'surplus' animals to be taken to safety and sanctuary. Please make your calls and send your e-mails and faxes on Thursday & Friday, July 14th & 15th. If dialogue has not begun by close of business on Friday, July 15, 2011, we will release contact information on Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute's Board of Directors. As a non-profit organization, their Board of Directors must be made aware of what is happening there and how damaging it could be to their personal and professional reputations.

Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute (LRRI)
2425 Ridgecrest Dr. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108-5127

Phone: 505-348-9400
Fax: 505-348-8567
Email: [email protected]

All e-mails in this alert (cut & paste blocks into e-mail address space):

[email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected],

[email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Please don't let the Lovelace Respiratory Research Animals Down!

For more information contact:
Stop Animal Exploitation Now (SAEN) at: [email protected]  
phone: 1-513-575-5517 website:
or Win Animal Rights (WAR) at: [email protected]
phone: 1-732-250-6066 website:

See: Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute, Albuquerque, NM

We welcome your comments and questions