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Locks Jammed at Slaughterhouse Supply Businesses in Portland
Animal Liberation Press Office
On the night of April 10th, the locks were glued at Market Supply Co. (139 SE Taylor St, Portland, OR) and McGraw Marketing Co. (2514 SE 23rd Ave, Portland OR) also had its lock jammed with liquid nails. These businesses were targeted for providing equipment and logistical support to slaughterhouses and meat ‘processing’ facilities all across the Pacific Northwest. Both these companies play a vital role in the everyday functioning of an industry that subjugates and murders millions of sentient animals every day.

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