When a protester complained that the only reason for over 50 photos of one woman could be for his own jack-off sessions, cops wrestled him from the crowd, threatened arrest, and demanded ID which they did NOT get.
VIDEO of this confrontation
Jennifer Luray at 3554 Appleton St NW used to work for Huntingdon Life Sciences customer Abbot. Now she works for a nonprofit funded by Abbott and two more HLS customers.
This protest followed a day of fur protests at Dior, Neiman-Marcus, and Andriana’s Furs, which said falsely last year that they were going out of business.
After the HLS protest ended, cops stalked protesters through the streets in a futile attempt to track them to their homes or cars. They went so far as to threaten people with arrest for going up a side street, but could find no legal reason to do so and had to give up. Cops also did this, minus the arrest threat, after a Dec 12 protest, again at Jennifer Luray’s.
Video of police stalking protesters