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Mon 7 Nov 2011 12:56 PM

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Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally

Hundreds take to Los Angeles' streets to vent fury at banks, income equality and Wall St

Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally
'Occupy LA' protesters march through the city's financial district to vent their rage at Corporate America (Source: Getty Images)
Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally
The rally was timed to coincide with Bank Transfer Day, a grassroots drive to get people across the US to move money from big banks into smaller banks or credit unions.
Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally
Police officers stand guard as Occupy LA protesters stop to demonstrate at a Bank of America during the Move Your Money March on Nov 5, 2011
Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally
An Occupy LA protester dresses as the Monopoly game banker. About 650,000 Americans have opened credit union accounts in the past month, a jump on the usual monthly rate
Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally
Occupy LA protesters pass Disney Hall. The group has run regular protests in the financial district since it first set up camp seven weeks ago
Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally
Occupy LA protestors chant slogans such as "Banks got bailed out, we got sold out," during a rally
Los Angeles takes bank rage to the streets in mass rally
An Occupy LA protester marches with American flags in the Move Your Money March on Nov 5, 2011