For Immediate Release
The Animal Rights Militia has begun repaying the massive debt all animal lovers owe Goldman-Sachs. Goldman-Sachs went to court for injunctions, seeking relief from protests in Washington DC against their role in supporting Huntingdon Life Sciences through their investment in Fortress. They will soon realize that injunctions are useless against the underground.
Care packages were sent on January 28 to Goldman-Sachs executives Michael Paese, Lloyd Blankfein, and several others. Michael Paese is the number one macho alpha dog of government relations for Goldman-Sachs. Lloyd Blankfein is the top macho male, CEO of Goldman-Sachs. January 28 was a global day of action against Huntingdon Life Sciences.
The packages contain stuffed “dogs” from a toy store, butchered and “bloody” the way the twisted minds at HLS would leave them if they were real. Each package also contains a half-burned copy of the Constitution of the United States of America. This is in honor of the decision at Goldman-Sachs to burn the Constitution and the First Amendment in court with injunctions against free speech.
Finally,the packages include notes asking the recipients how they would like it if their dogs were at Huntingdon Life Sciences building their investments, and to stop burning the Constitution of the United States of America with unjust court proceedings.
If Goldman-Sachs would prefer not to receive further repayment, there is a way out: Goldman-Sachs can divest themselves of all shares in Fortress, or Fortress can dump HLS. Either one will be considered repayment in full.
SHAC (Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty) was formed more than a decade ago to combat the atrocities occurring at the Huntingdon Life Sciences facilities around the globe. Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) has been exposed in seven consecutive undercover investigations which exposed lab technicians simulating sex with the animals, punching beagle puppies and violating numerous animal welfare regulations. The company kills 500 dogs and other animals every day testing such products as oven cleaners, pesticides and pharmaceuticals. Before losing their NYSE listing several years ago, HLS lost their listing on the London Stock Exchange, after UK campaigners exposed atrocities occurring inside HLS facilities; the company currently teeters on the brink of bankruptcy.
Who is the Animal Rights Militia? The ARM formed the same leaderless-resistance model as the Animal Liberation Front; similar to the ALF, activists send anonymous claims of responsibility. They first emerged in the United Kingdom in the 1980s as the animal liberation movement shifted their focus away from demonstrations and more on illegal direct action. Utilizing tactics such as property destruction, intimidation, and including the use of violence, the ARM have sent letter bombs, placed incendiary devices under cars and in buildings, contaminated food products, sent death threats, and desecrated a grave. ARM claimed an arson in 1987 in California, with a series of arsons, hoax bombs and threats reappearing in the 1990s , notably in the Isle of Wight, Cambridge, North Yorkshire and Oxford. The damage caused by fires averaged £2 million in each location. ARM activists continue to report actions in European countries, North America and Australia. More information about them is available here .