There will be a demonstration on Thursday, Feb. 2nd, 11am, at the law offices of Morgan, Melhuish & Abrutyn. The exact address is 651 West Mount Pleasant Avenue, Suite 200, Livingston, New Jersey 07039. Bring yourself, your friends, and your signs. Please spread the word on the demo and continue to discuss and disseminate information about this egregious case of animal abuse on your blogs and social networking sites. This is only the first of the many planned demos. If you have any questions, you can contact Stuart Chaifetz at firstname.lastname@example.org
The protest will be against Mark T. Hall , an insurance lawyer for the law firm of Morgan Melhuish Abrutyn. The firm has offices in both Livingston and Manhattan. Hall practices out of the Livingston office. See the map above. Why the protest? Well, there is THIS and THAT
In a nutshell, Mark T. Hall, a hunter, promised his buddies a revenge killing. He promised that he would kill one black bear ( ended up killing two) to spite a fellow attorney named Doris Lin. Ms. Lin acts as the legal adviser for the APLNJ and SHARK. In behalf of the APLNJ, Ms. Lin filed a law suit last December to stop the 2011 black bear trophy hunt in New Jersey. The court ruled against the APLNJ, and the massacre began on Dec. 5th. If you view the links above, you will see that Mark T. Hall, true to his word, carried out his vendetta by killing a mother bear and her cub. Like an immature child, Mark T. Hall followed this up with anonymous online taunts at Ms. Lin and disparaging remarks about female members of the Bear Group at SHARK's website. His true identity was later determined.
So, it seems that Mark T. Hall has become an embarrassment even to his fellow hunters. Mark T. Hall managed to offend both animal rights advocates and responsible hunters with one shot, actually two.