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REGULAR ICS PROTESTS CONTINUE
Tuesday, 5th January
Once again we arrived at the premises of Industrial Cooling Systems to demonstrate against them for their ties with HLS.
Lots of leaflets were handed out to passing members of the public on foot, as members passing by car bibbed horns.
An icy and snowy protest today but the weather will not stop SHACtivists targeting animal abusers, if your dealing with them then deal with us!
Friday, 8th January
Today saw another extremely cold demonstration outside of Industrial Cooling Systems, supplier to Huntingdon Life Sciences. We are starting to become very recognisable around Aston with more locals giving us support and telling us to keep up the good work. We will be outside their doors until they stop dealing with HLS.
The demo saw another barrage of noise directed at Industrial Cooling Systems, shaming them for having a contract with one of the most despicable companies the human race has ever seen. We continue not only to question their conscience but also their business sense as there does not seem to be a presence of either - but this stands for any HLS collaborator whom knows just what and who they are dealing with.
We are going to step up the campaign against ICS in 2010, as the longer they are involved with Huntingdon Life Sciences the more attention they can expect to receive. Not only this, we will be targeting one of the top collaborators this year after hoping to network with activists from other close areas.
Tuesday, 12th January
Another protest outside of Industrial Cooling Systems took place today as we went back to pay them another visit to voice our anger, disgust and outrage at them for having a contract with the filthy and notorious company that massacres 500 beautiful defenseless individuals every day of the week and thinks nothing of it. They might not have a heart but many decent people do and we will not stop campaigning against animal abusers until they are stopped. HLS will close down, and every day this draws closer and closer.
Members of 2 surrounding businesses voiced their continued support to us, along with more members of the public who took more leaflets and stopped to talk about HLS and the campaign to close them down.
See you next time puppy-killers!