KU Med Vice Chancellor to Jason Miller: Stay away!

Two weeks ago, animal rights activist Jason Miller got an earful from campus police when he left controversial propaganda on the property of the University of Kansas Medical Center.

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.”

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