August 29, 2005

NY Yacht Club of New HLS Market Maker Executives Targeted by ALF; Carr Securities Stops Taking Orders for Stock Immediately

Port Washington, NY: In a communiqué received today, the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) took credit for an attack at the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, where executives of the newest market maker for Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) are members. Carr Securities, scheduled to begin trading the stock (LSR) on Tuesday, quit taking orders almost immediately.

Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) has been exposed in five separate undercover investigations to openly abuse animals, killing 500 per day testing such products as oven cleaners and pesticides. HLS is a contract testing company with facilities in the United Kingdom and New Jersey. Its suppliers and customers have been under unrelenting attack by animal advocates for the last 3 years, driving them to near-bankruptcy.

A spokesperson for Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC) stated "HLS is currently making a bid to get its worthless stock back on the NY Stock Exchange, but they need at least four market makers to do so. When made aware of the horrific atrocities committed against animals by this company, most securities firms will have nothing to do with them. The ALF seems to be persuading the others".

For more information on the SHAC campaign against HLS cruelty, visit or the North American Animal Liberation Press Office at

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