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    Occupy Oakland members vote to deposit $20,000 with Wells Fargo

    Occupy Oakland members vote to deposit $20,000 with Wells Fargo

    Occupy Oakland members vote to deposit $20,000 with Wells Fargo - San Jose Mercury News

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    Occupy Oakland has voted to deposit $20,000 with Wells Fargo Bank -- just days after Occupy protesters shattered windows of one of the bank's downtown Oakland branches during the group's attempt to stage a general strike in the embattled East Bay city.

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    "It takes time to transfer funds to a credit union," one of the general assembly members stated, according to the minutes posted on the website. "We need to help people in jail now."
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    Re: Occupy Oakland members vote to deposit $20,000 with Wells Fargo

    Since they believe they deserve to have some of the more wealthy individual's money, let's split that 20 grand and see what they think then! Dime to a dollar they'd hollar!

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    Re: Occupy Oakland members vote to deposit $20,000 with Wells Fargo

    Quote Originally Posted by coolwalker View Post
    Since they believe they deserve to have some of the more wealthy individual's money, let's split that 20 grand and see what they think then! Dime to a dollar they'd hollar!
    chump change compared to what they have in NYC OWS. I wonder if the knuckleheads in the tents know about the money the leaders are hoarding and where that money gets spent.

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