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Huntingdon Life Sciences Andrew Baker Home Demo 3-29-09 pt1

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Uploaded on Apr 1, 2009

* Dedicated to jailed animal rights activist Adam Ortberg who is incarcerated for participating in a peaceful demonstration against animal cruelty *

Activists return to the New York City home of Andrew Baker to bring him the message that they're not backing down, no matter who is paid off to try and silence their first amendment rights.

Andrew Baker, activists think you're total scum, as you are the president and primary shareholder of Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS), stock ticker symbol LSR.

HLS is a company that kills 500 animals a day to test worthless products like household chemicals, toothpaste, Splenda and bleach. The animals are poisoned, burned and force fed chemicals, then cut up and mutilated - all for crap you buy at a drug store.

As if that wasn't enough, Huntingdon Life Sciences has also been caught out in 7 undercover investigations horribly abusing the animals in their care : punching beagle puppies in the face and cutting open live monkeys, just to name a couple of the atrocities caught on video.

Stop killing animals, Andrew Baker - and the activists will leave you be.

Shut down HLS!

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