Animal rights activists target Euronext

10th April 2007, Comments 0 comments

10 April 2007, AMSTERDAM – Radical animal rights activists have vandalised homes and cars owned by directors of stock market company Euronext. Their homes in Almere and Het Gooi were spray-painted with accusations of paedophilia.

10 April 2007

AMSTERDAM – Radical animal rights activists have vandalised homes and cars owned by directors of stock market company Euronext. Their homes in Almere and Het Gooi were spray-painted with accusations of paedophilia.

An organisation has claimed responsibility for the actions on a British website. The website also shows the private information of the Euronext directors.

The animal rights activists say Euronext is partly responsible for animal tests conducted by US company Huntington, which is listed on an American stock market. Euronext recently merged with the New York Stock Exchange, the parent company of the stock market on which Huntington is listed.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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