SHAC Financial ProtestsTagged as: animal_liberation hls shac social_struggles vivisection
Wednesday, 15th April
We started our first day of demonstrations for a while on Wednesday since the excitement and heavy-handed policing of the G20. We surprised NYSE / Euronext with a loud demo outside of their injunction in Cousin Lane for about 2 hours. These financial companies are viewed very dimly by the public and the media at the moment, and we used megaphones to tell them just how disgusted we were with them at still trading the shares of HLS.
Legg Mason hold 11 million shares in the NYSE (behind only Barclays), and we shamed them outside their office in King William Street for their complicity in the torture of innocent animals by their immoral investments. Get an ethical policy, Legg Mason and stop supporting HLS puppy killers!
We then moved on to Barclays Bank, the lowest of the low. We shamed
them at their King Street branch and offices for being HLS's biggest shareholder. Barclays have no morals, no ethics, no conscience... Shame on Barclays!!
Until the gates of hell close forever.
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