From The Washington Post
For Davis is here to talk about a terrible thing that happened to her, an event so traumatic, so bitterly ironic, she would be forgiven for not wishing to talk about it at all. But she must. As news of the incident rocketed around the world, Davis fears some people may have come to assume that the chimp who mauled her hand and attacked her husband with such a frenzy that he remains in critical condition two months later, struggling for his life, his face forever disfigured -- was Moe.
And she wants them to know this: "I wouldn't change anything about what we did."
Wouldn't change anything? Your husband lost both testicles, his nose, an eye, and most of his fingers in the attack and you wouldn't change anything? I'm pretty sure if he lives, and it is still touch and go right now, there would be a few things he would change. Like, maybe having his fucking balls back or not being horribly disfigured.