Blood Money: Animal Rights Activists Target Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs has been targeted by animal rights groups Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC) and Defenders of Animal Rights Today and Tomorrow (DARTT) for its affiliation with the British laboratory Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS).
Goldman Sachs has filed an injunction against the groups stating that they participate “in loud and obnoxious demonstrations not only at the building that houses GS’s office in the District of Columbia, but also at the residence of plaintiff Michael Paese (head of government relations) and his neighbors.”
Paese says he’s been harassed at his home by SHAC demonstrators who blow bullhorns ‘right outside his front door’ and accuse him of earning ‘blood money’ and ‘torturing puppies.’ Paese says he’s a devoted dog owner and would never hurt an animal,” according to Courthouse News.
The groups also target others who are affiliated with HLS, including Wachovia, the New York Stock Exchange and Novartis.
HLS has been publicly exposed on numerous occasions by individuals from different organizations for the unspeakable sadistic cruelty inflicted on animals behind their closed doors that most of us couldn’t conjure up in our worst nightmares.
Visit Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty for more information about HLS.