Bristol Myers Negligence kills another animal; Watchdog Group Releases Federal Report

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Please contact Lamberto Andreotti to protest the horrific death of a macaque monkey in a cage washer as well as the negligent death of a second animal.
Lamberto Andreotti
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Corporate Headquarters
345 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10154
(800) 332-2056


Please contact Elizabeth Goldentyre to demand that Bristol Myers Squibb receive the largest fine possible under the Animal Welfare Act for the negligence which boiled a monkey alive in a cage washer and has now killed another animal.

Dr. Elizabeth Goldentyer
920 Main Campus Drive, Suite 2000
Raleigh, NC 27606
(919) 855-7100
[email protected]


Friday, March 16, 2012
Contact: Michael Budkie, SAEN, (513) 575-5517,, [email protected]

Attn: Assignment Desk

Bristol Myers Negligence kills another animal; Watchdog Group Releases Federal Report

PRINCETON/TRENTON, NJ – Bristol Myers Squibb, headquartered in Princeton (NJ), has killed another animal through negligence, as disclosed in a USDA report obtained today by SAEN
This report discloses that an animal was negligently killed in the Bristol Myers lab on December 17, 2011.  The report discloses that the animal was left unattended while restrained during a medical procedure and died.
This same facility has also killed a monkey through negligence during cage sterilization, literally boiling the animal alive.  This incident was disclosed in a USDA inspection report dated 8-3-11.
Research Watchdog Organization, SAEN (Stop Animal Exploitation Now), filed an official complaint with the USDA over the previous incident and will do so shortly regarding this most recent animal death.
“It is time for the Eastern Region of the USDA to take meaningful action against this lab and others that have killed animals horribly,” said Michael A. Budkie, A.H.T., Executive Director, SAEN.  “This part of the USDA is literally letting labs get away with murder.”
The USDA inspection report is available upon request from SAEN.


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