The Occupy Wall Street movement, which has consisted of thousands of protesters taking to the streets in New York and elsewhere, technically arrived in Southern California prior to this week with some small scale protests in downtown Los Angeles.
However, this week, the spirit of the movement came a little closer, with hundreds protesting lending policies at the regional headquarters of Fannie Mae in Pasadena, and a more personal protest at the home of a Wells Fargo executive in San Marino.
The San Marino protesters, which can be seen right in the photos of San Marino Patch editor Jessica Hamin, actually occupied the lawn of Wells Fargo CFO Tim Sloan and gathered for an anti-Wall Street protest (for more photos, check out the ).
The San Marino Police Department has already , but what do you think readers? Did the protesters go too far in this case? How would you feel if these protests came to Altadena? What do you think of the Occupy Wall Street movement in general?
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