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GIULIANI'S WIFE - DOG TORTURER!
JUDI'S JOB WITH PUP-KILLER FIRM
By DAN MANGAN
April 2, 2007 -- Judith Giuliani once demonstrated surgical products
for a controversial medical-supply company that used dogs - which were
later killed - in operations whose only purpose was to sell equipment
to doctors, The Post has learned.
"It was a horribly cruel, outrageous program," Friends of Animals
President Priscilla Feral said about the demonstrations of medical
staplers on dogs conducted by U.S. Surgical Corp. employees during
Giuliani's tenure there in the late 1970s.
Feral said U.S. Surgical's demonstrations on hundreds of dogs each
year through the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s were done to boost sales, not
for medical re search or testing.
The dogs were "either put to death following the sales demonstrations
because they can't re cover from them, or they die during them," Feral
"I'm not going to characterize her, but I hope she regrets it for what
it was - a mon ey-grubbing effort," said Feral, whose Da rien,
Conn.-based ac tivist group waged a heated public-rela tions battle
with the Norwalk-based com pany for more than a decade.
"I guess the question would be, how does she justify this now? What is
her conscience at this stage?" Feral asked about Giuliani's as
sociation with U.S. Surgical.
"There's no ethical justification for this."
In Sunday's Post, Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign spokesman,
Michael McKeon, said of Judi Giuliani's work with U.S. Surgical, "She
was in the operating room hundreds of times, using her nursing skills
and training doctors in the stapling technique."
Asked yesterday about the procedure being performed on dogs, McKeon
said, "I've never heard any of this before."
Then McKeon said he would have to ask Judi.
Finally, he said only that Judi had not been involved in procuring
dogs for sales demonstrations - but did not comment on whether she
participated in demonstrations involving dogs.
Judi Giuliani joined the company as a saleswoman in North Carolina in
1975 after spending a year working as a nurse.
At age 19, she married fellow U.S. Surgical salesman Jeffrey Ross, who
she only recently disclosed was the first of her three husbands.
Giuliani spent four years at U.S. Surgical.
The company, now part of Tyco Healthcare, has long acknowledged its
salespeople routinely demonstrated staples on anesthetized dogs as
part of sales pitches to doctors.
Then-CEO Leon Hirsch defended the practice in the 1980s, saying there
was no other way to properly show how the staplers worked.
"A dead dog doesn't bleed," Hirsch said in a 1988 issue of Time
magazine. "You need to have real blood-flow conditions, or you get a
false sense of security."
Though sworn to uphold our Constitution, by the end of 2002 the courts had
found Giuliani in violation of the First Amendment TWENTY SEVEN TIMES. Mayor
David Dinkins, his predecessor in office, bravely stated that Giuliani is
" - a bully, mean-spirited, and he rules through fear and intimidation." New
York's previous mayor, Ed Koch, has said that Giuliani " - uses the levers
of power to punish." Former schools Chancellor Rudy Crew, a one-time pal of
Giuliani, stated: "There's something very deeply pathological about Rudy's
humanity - - He was barren, completely emotionally barren, on the issue of
race." Giuliani's vile racism has even been acknowledged by his successor,
Mayor Bloomberg: "You forget that every single decision [in the Giuliani
administration], everybody, every story, everything was always couched in
terms of race" - quoted in the November 4, 2003 Daily News from Vanity Fair
Among the many hypocrisies and arrogant abuses of power by "mayor morality"
was the assignment, at taxpayer expense, of several NYPD detectives as
round-the-clock bodyguards for his MISTRESS.
But the tyrant's own words say it best:
" - FREEDOM IS NOT A CONCEPT IN WHICH PEOPLE CAN DO ANYTHING
THEY WANT, BE ANYTHING THEY CAN BE. FREEDOM IS ABOUT AUTHORITY.
FREEDOM IS ABOUT THE WILLINGNESS OF EVERY SINGLE HUMAN BEING
TO CEDE TO LAWFUL AUTHORITY A GREAT DEAL OF DISCRETION ABOUT
WHAT YOU DO AND HOW YOU DO IT."
- Mayor Giuliani, quoted in the New York Times, March 17, 1994.
"State authority must provide for peace and order, and peace and order in
turn must conversely make possible the existence of state authority. Within
these two poles all life must now revolve...Ideas of 'freedom,' mostly of a
misunderstood nature, inject themselves into the state conceptions of these
circles." - Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf.
Berlin, Monday, Aug. 20, 1934 -- Eighty-nine and nine-tenths percent of the
German voters endorsed in yesterday's plebiscite Chancellor Hitler's
assumption of greater power than has ever been possessed by any other ruler
in modern times. Nearly 10 per cent indicated their disapproval. The result
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