Halloween is always a bad time to be a customer or finanacial enabler of puppy-killing Huntingdon Life Sciences. Nomera, Astra-Zenica, and Bayer found that out with lobby invasions on Oct 29 in DC, and Sanofi-Aventis got protesters in front as well.
Nomera owns 30% of Fortress, which bailed out puppy-killing Huntingdon Life Sciences(HLS) with $100 M in loans. Without these loans, HLS would have gone bankrupt due to the fact that nearly 300 corporations now refuse to do business with them due to the protests-banks, stockbrokers, insurance companies, you name it! Either Fortress dumps HLS, or Fortress goes bankrupt too.
This also applies to the remaining customers of HLS like Bayer, Astra-Zenica, and Sanofi-Aventis, each of which also received pre-halloween protests on October 29.
HLS customers and financiers remember-we love Halloween, we love Earth Night, and we love the First Amendment!