KU Med Vice Chancellor to Jason Miller: Stay away!
Upset about the use of monkeys in clinical research at KU Med, Miller spent a Thursday evening distributing “Wanted” fliers that accuse two KU researchers of animal torture. Campus security didn’t take kindly to Miller’s activity and issued a criminal trespass warning.
Well, just in case Miller didn’t get the message that his return will mean arrest, he received a stern refresher from KU Med’s vice chancellor last week. In a letter dated April 14, H. Edward Phillips told the animal rights
activist, “You are not a student or employee of the University of Kansas
Medical Center and you have no legitimate business that would
necessitate your presence on the KUMC campus.”