Thank Morgan Stanley for Selling HLS Shares

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Originally Posted: 14 August 2009

Thank Morgan Stanley for Selling HLS Shares

From Win Animal Rights (WAR)

Thank you for cutting your ties with a horrible animal abusing company like Huntingdon Life Sciences.


John J. Mack
Chairman & CEO, Morgan Stanley
1585 Broadway
New York, NY 10036
phone (212) 761-4000
fax (212) 761-0086
John J. Mack, email


On Friday August 7, 2009 and Monday August 10, 2009, several hundred thousands of Life Sciences Research (LSR) shares were dumped, resulting in a downward slide of the share price. On Wednesday, August 12, 2009, Morgan Stanley notified the SEC of their divestiture.

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