Summary: Five animal rights activists who intimidated companies linked to Huntingdon Life Sciences have been sentenced to jail.
What does HLS stand for?
HLS stands for Huntingdon Life Sciences (research laboratory, Cambridgeshire, England)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
SIX animals rights activists, including one from Solihull, intimidated companies linked to Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) in a wellplanned and relentless attempt to close down the animal testing lab, a court has heard.
FOUR animal rights activists, including one from the West Midlands, have pleaded guilty to interfering and blackmailing companies linked to Huntingdon Life Sciences in an attempt to close the animal testing lab down.
ANIMAL rights activists helped to run a blackmail campaign against companies who supplied Huntingdon Life Sciences in a bid to close the laboratory down, a court has head.
A NEWCASTLE animal rights activist helped orchestrate an international campaign of blackmail against companies who supplied Huntingdon Life Sciences in an attempt to close the laboratory down, a court has been told.
An ARM blog says the group carried out the contamination because it believes there are links between Savlon manufacturer Novartis and testing firm Huntingdon Life Sciences.
It was the culmination of a two-year investigation into an alleged conspiracy of extremism targeting a variety of organisations and individuals, including Huntingdon Life Sciences in Cambridgeshire.
The attack happened after the phone number and address of Caernarfon-based Euro DP were posted on an extremist website for having links with Huntingdon Life Sciences, an English pharmaceutical firm which has been a long-standing target for campaigners.