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Quiet Protest Causes No Disruption at Victorian Christmas

Animal rights protesters set up camp on the curb in front of a Broad Street business during Victorian Christmas in Nevada City Sunday afternoon. The protesters displayed posters and handed out literature in front of the Fur Traders trying to raise awareness of animal cruelty in clothing and accessory manufacturing.

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protestersThat’s one of the protesters, Jody. She says the group of locals are not affiliated with any organization.

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Jody says this is the third Victorian Christmas protest. Last week the group was met by counter protesters.

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Fur Trader co-owner, Margie Castella, says the line about being independents may not be exactly true and produced a copy of a what appears to be a Facebook invitation to join the protests, from a PETA email. Margie also says the Fur Trader did not hire or organize the counter protest. She says conflict is not conducive with the spirit of Victorian Christmas.The owners even requested the counter protesters not return this Sunday.

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storeIn regards to business, store manager, Audrey, says that a lot of people have been coming in to show support. Business was booming.

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Sunday’s protesters were not disruptive and the final Victorian Christmas of the season was a huge success with the largest crowd of the year.

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