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Animals In Print
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25 April 2001 Supplemental Issue



April 25th, 2001

Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Standard
On Site Contact: Chris Freeman ADL-Atlanta (404) 944-4292
Location: Stephen's Inc, 950 East Paces Ferry Road, Suite 285, Atlanta, GA 30326

ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS STORM LAB INVESTORıS OFFICE (Atlanta) Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty, the international pressure campaign dedicated to closing down animal testing lab Huntingdon Life Sciences, has just recieved word that activists from the Animal Defense League of Atlanta have forced their way into the offices of Stephen's Inc.

This is an unexpected move as the advertised demonstration against Stephens Inc, HLS's largest shareholder, is scheduled for Thurday afternoon. The demonstrators, in an announcement just received by SHAC, have stated they are to confront face to face those who are responsible for paying for 500 animals being tortured to death every day at HLS.

Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) is one of the worldıs biggest and most notorious contract animal testing labs. HLS tests agrochemical and pharmaceutical products on puppies, cats, monkeys, rabbits, and number of other animals killing roughly 180,000 a year. Activists internationally have committed themselves to shutting down HLS after 5 undercover investigations showed workers punching beagle puppies in the face, dissecting a conscious monkey, transplanting a frozen pigs heart into a baboon, falsifying scientific data, and violating procedures for animal welfare.

Stephens Inc. has become the center of attention for animal protection activists globally after the company made a controversial decision to save the failing laboratory, of whom they act as the biggest shareholder, from foreclosure three months ago. Across the country Stephenıs being being flooded in phone calls, emails, letters, and demonstrations.

According to an ADL Spokesperson, Stephens Inc. is responsible for the deaths of over 500 animals everyday, and we plan to make sure those working in the Atlanta office donıt forget it. Weıre just getting started with them!²

A SHAC spokesperson further noted, Stephens and other shareholders can expect a finanial and public relations nightmare for propping up that vile business, and we wonıt back off until HLS is finished!

For more information on HLS or the campaign to close them down
PO Box 22398
Philadelphia PA 19110
1-888-354-2435 or (612) 879 0081
[email protected] 

-- You can help us to close Huntingdon Life Sciences permanently! Contact the following companies that invest in HLS and let them know you will not bank or invest in their company and that by supporting HLS, they are investing in animal torture:

• Stephens Inc. This investment firm is the number one investor and financial savior of HLS.
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Warren Stephens, President
111 Center St.
Little Rock, AR 72201-4402
Phone: 1-800-643-9691; Fax: (501) 377-2666.

• Bank of New York. This prominent northeast bank controls the American Depositary Receipts (ADR) program that enables American firms to invest in the British-based HLS. Without the Bank of New York, HLS would not be able to trade on the American stock market.
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Thomas Renyi, President
Bank of New York, Inc.
One Wall St.
New York, NY 10286
Phone: 1-888-LINK-BNY; Fax: (212) 809-9528.

• Oracle Partners. This company holds 23 million shares in HLS. Larry N. Feinberg, President; 200 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830; Phone: (203) 862-7900; Fax: (203) 862-7996.

And we must not forget those who are actually performing these horrific experiments on the animals at HLS. Huntingdon Life Sciences, Inc. PO Box 2360 Mettlers Road, East Millstone, NJ 08875-2360; Phone 732-873-2550; Financial Office phone 201-525-1819 Fax 732-873-8513; Finacial office Fax 201-525-1331

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