Animal rights protesters storm Neiman-Marcus

On the 7th of February, DC area animal rights activists managed to storm Neiman-Marcus, a notorious fur selling upscale department store. The march made one pass through the store and then back out the door before police could respond. Then everyone went down the block, back up the other side of the street, and over the state line into MD for a rally held in front of Bloomingdales, another retailer known for selling fur.

Protesters condemned ALL of the animal products sold in these stores, but store security and managers know damned well it is the presence of fur on their racks that has made them a target for animal activists for almost two decades.

Video-protesters storm "Neiman-Carcass," speaker on remembering Walt Rave

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