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Animal rights protesters storm Goldman-Sachs, Nomura on IMF weekend

On October 8, as the IMF Fall meetings began, animal rights protesters stormed the offices of Goldman-Sachs and of Nomura in DC. Both are major stockholders in Fortress Inc, whose $100M loan to Huntingdon Life Sciences is the reason HLS is still in business. HLS kills 500 animals a day testing products like bleach and Splenda-and has been caught punchign beagle puppies in the face and dissecting live monkeys by undercover investigators.

Added: Oct-11-2010 Occurred On: Oct-8-2010
By: dcdirectactionnews
Tags: HLS, animal rights, Goldman-Sachs, Nomura, Fortress, Siege of Fortress
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