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Eco-Activists Taking on Company Workers

At 3 a.m. one recent morning, animal rights activists enraged by a company that tests products on animals gathered outside the home of an executive. They bellowed through bullhorns, made sirens pierce through the night and papered the Los Angeles neighborhood in leaflets denouncing Huntingdon Life Sciences officials as, among other things, “puppy killers.” “We’ll be back,” the group, Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty, later warned the executive on its Web site. “We know where you live, we know where you work, and we’ll make your life hell until you pull out of HLS.” What made the noisy protest unusual was that its target wasn’t an executive with Huntingdon Life Sciences: It was a manager of a Los Angeles company that just sells software to Huntingdon. Companies that have been targeted in the past and even some fellow activists are watching the tactic warily. Full Story

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