From Russia Today: http://rt.com/news/occupy-wall-thousands-street-735/
Published: 13 October, 2011
With more than 100 “Occupy Wall Street” protestors arrested Tuesday in Boston and dozens more in Chicago and Washington, the American anti-bank movement is anticipating a global presence Saturday.
On Wednesday four people were arrested during the latest "Occupy WallStreet" protest in front of the Manhattan headquarters of JPMorgan Chase Bank. The demonstrators say they wanted to deliver a message to the bank's CEO, Jamie Dimon.
Several protesters brought oversized bank checks made out in the amount of $5 billion, the Associated Press reported. According to the organizers, this was to symbolize what Dimon and other members of New York's financial elite are expected to save when the current income tax on millionaires expires on December 31.
The tax rally in New York started on Tuesday, when the protesters staged demonstrations in front of Dimon's house, as well as the houses of four other wealthy residents of New York.
In Boston, where “Occupy Wall Street” supporters have been camping out in downtown Dewey Square since September 30, police arrested 141 demonstrators in the wee hours of Tuesday morning.
The official spot for “Occupy Boston” soon became overcrowded. Protest organizers made an informal arrangement to spread out to the nearby Rose Kennedy Greenway – a fact which was confirmed by the area’s management on their website.
Still, when some of campers started to move out to the greenway, police began making arrests.
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