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
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'Occupy LA' protesters march through the city's financial district to vent their rage at Corporate America (Source: Getty Images)
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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Occupy LA protestors chant slogans such as "Banks got bailed out, we got sold out," during a rally
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An Occupy LA protester marches with American flags in the Move Your Money March on Nov 5, 2011