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HENDERSON BIOMEDICAL & ASTRAZENECA DEMOS IN LONDON

Friday, 4th January

Animals inside HLS are terrified and an average of 500 animals will be killed today, and tomorrow 500 more, and the next day other 500...

Brian Cass, the MD of HLS, told the media that things have changed at HLS and what was filmed in 1997 (workers punching beagle puppies in the face and Home Office Inspectors failing to do their job) no longer happens. Despite this affirmation, vicious animal cruelty, fraud, incompetence and rule breaking are exposed every time an undercover investigator steps inside this hell-hole, or ex-HLS workers contact us to speak out about animal cruelty inside HLS.

To start the new year we decided to visit Henderson Biomedical Ltd (Worsley Bridge Road , Lower Sydenham, London SE26 5AZ, info@henderson-biomedical.co.uk Tel: +44 (0)208 663 4610). We aimed to embarrass them for supplying and maintaining centrifugal equipment inside HLS. We made sure all the neighbourhood could hear our speeches and monologues. Some of them came to know more about Henderson Biomedical’s secret dirty business and thanked us for information about this greedy company and their dealings with HLS.

Perhaps Henderson Biomedical should stop dealing with HLS and truly do what they publicly state: “We manufacture machines to spin down blood for use in hospitals...”

The lives of those 500 animals who will die at the end of today at HLS, are as precious as our life is to us. They are not machines. They feel. They fear. They have conscience being.

After the demo, we travelled back into London, we visited AstraZeneca HQ (2 Kingdom Street, Paddington, London W2 6BD, Tel: +44 (0)20 7604 8000) to shame them for funding brutal experiments inside HLS. We explained to AZ’s neighbours the clinical trials that they conduct in India, using poor people as guinea pigs, killing many of them in the process. We also mentioned the 14,000 people in the US who have sued AZ for Seroquel’s side effects (obesity and diabetes).

AstraZeneca in Sweden are presently moving some of their 'surplus' beagles to HLS in the UK, where they will be tested on in the most exposed and cruel lab in the world. AstraZeneca say they the welfare of the beagles is very important to them, so why are they sending them to a lab that has been caught out punching beagles in the face?

Cures for diseases don’t depend on animal cruelty and experimentation. No human has been and will be saved by animal experimentation.

SHAC London

 


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