Back in August, People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA) targeted a Yale graduate student, now Dr. Christine Lattin, for harassment due to experiments she was conducting for post doctoral research on songbirds.
According to her website, Dr. Lattin states that her research seeks to clarify how neuroendocrine systems help organisms respond appropriately to their ever-changing environments.
Upon PETA learning of her research, it was all downhill for there. The group quickly sprung into action by producing a video condemning Dr. Lattin work and even accused her of torturing songbirds in cruel experiments.
Shortly after PETA’s clarion call, other animal rights activists and sympathizers joined in, calling not only for Dr. Lattin to be fired but also murdered. Since PETA started their campaign, the scientist has been subject to continuous protests and hate mail.
Not only have there been protests outside the facility…
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