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Feb 10, 2021

An evil trend has emerged among vivisectors that includes murder, rape and molestation. Is it somehow connected to vivisectors' cruel and abusive tests on animals? Or merely coincidence?  PETA research has found 17 examples of vivisectors involved in serious violent crime against people. Kathy Guillermo, PETA's Sr. VP of Laboratory Investigations says the findings warrant the need for psychological tests on the vivisectors before they are given the millions of dollars in taxpayer-funded research grants.

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(Originally published Feb.10, 2021).