Are some animal Experimenters psychopaths?
When animal experimenters cut up, burn, torment, and deliberately sicken animals, they’re almost never subject to punishment since that cruelty is being done under the guise of “research.”
In extreme cases, those who torture animals are full-blown psychopaths, having a dangerous personality disorder marked by traits and behaviors that include a lack of empathy, deception, manipulation, impulsivity, and a callous disregard for the rights of others.
Many psychopaths exhibit a profound lack of remorse for their violent actions and a lack of concern for their victims. As the FBI puts it, “This central psychopathic concept enables them to act in a cold-blooded manner, using those around them as pawns to achieve goals and satisfy needs and desires, whether sexual, financial, physical, or emotional. Most psychopaths are grandiose, selfish sensation seekers who lack a moral compass—a conscience—and go through life taking what they want.”
In 2016, the FBI began to track acts of cruelty against animals as it does other violent felonies. Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, and the “Son of Sam” killer David Berkowitz all carried out acts of torture against animals before committing their equally horrific crimes against humans.
Are some animal experimenters closeted psychopaths who have simply found a legally permissible way to act on their violent impulses? Just as the Catholic Church cloaked pedophiles, the animal experimentation industry has provided respectability for some vivisectors whose violence didn’t stop with animals.
Let’s take a look at the “vivisector lineup” *: https://headlines.peta.org/sex-violence-vivisection/
Please sign the petition: There is a way to help keep disturbed individuals from using universities as safe havens. We’ve asked the Department of Health & Human Services to require a psychiatric evaluation of anyone who is applying for federal funding to conduct experiments on animals.
Will you help weed out those with potential for violence—against animals and humans—by adding your voice to ours? PETA
*Note: In this report from PETA, there are 10 laboratory “researchers” and staff indicated. With name, photos and biography. I really find it very gut! in Germany, the publication of photos of these psychopaths would be prohibited.
“…The right of publicity, often called personality rights, is the right of an individual to control the commercial use of his or her name, image, likeness, or other unequivocal aspects of one’s identity”:
If posting a photo is the “violation” of the personality right, then how can we name the suffer fotos of the monkey in this video?
Best regards to all, Venus