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Uploaded on Nov 16, 2009
James Cornelius, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Bristol-Myers Squibb: activists paid yet another visit to your insanely rich home on Saturday to remind Bristol-Myers Squibb of their continued ties to Huntingdon Life Sciences.
Passers-by took hundreds of fliers, some aghast that their medication may be safety tested at a lab that's been caught in 7 undercover investigations committing horrendous acts of animal abuse and falsifying data to push drugs out on the market faster.
James Cornelius and Bristol-Myers Squibb, until BMS stops contracting this cruel laboratory, the protests will continue in the global campaign.
Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) kills 500 animals a day to test products like Splenda, bleach, toothpaste, and drugs for the pharmaceutical industry. They've been caught out in 7 undercover investigations horrendously abusing the animals in their care.
They've also been caught out numerous times falsifying the data on safety tests in order to please their clients, give them a green light, and put dangerous human killing drugs out on the market faster.
For more information on Huntingdon Life Sciences and the company to close this death lab: