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Exposed: Drugs, Near Drowning, and Electric Shocks in ‘Child Abuse’ Experiments

She describes killing some by injecting formalin (liquid formaldehyde) directly into their hearts.

PETA: ‘The University of Delaware’s Tania Roth claims that she studies child abuse. But her experiments are all about making vulnerable and sensitive rats suffer. She’s forced alcohol down the throats of newborn ones. She’s stuffed pregnant mothers into tiny restraint tubes and blasted them with strobe lights. She’s purposely terrified rats by repeatedly shocking their feet, and she’s taken newborns away from their mothers and given them to other rats who are unable to care for them.

Roth has been tormenting animals at taxpayer expense for nearly two decades. She’s received more than $1.8 million in public funding. What is there to show for it? Published papers with glaring omissions about the treatment of these doomed animals, no apparent benefits for human children who are abused … and a mountain of animal bodies…

Roth also routinely kills newborn pups whom she deems “excess,” treating these babies like disposable lab equipment—to her, their lives seem to have no value. She describes killing some by injecting formalin (liquid formaldehyde) directly into their hearts — a killing method that is not approved by the American Veterinary Medical Association because it’s considered inhumane’. SOURCE…

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