Wall Street protesters march again in NYC
NEW YORK (AP) — Demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street encampment are on the move again in New York City.
AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch, Joe Mahoney
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As many as 1,000 protesters were marching Saturday morning to a Chase bank branch in the financial district, banging drums, blowing horns and carrying signs decrying corporate greed
Some say they are angry about the role that banks played in the financial crisis.
A few protesters went inside the bank to close their accounts, but they didn't stop other customers from getting inside or seek to blockade the business.
Police told the marchers to stay on the sidewalk, but the demonstration appeared to be fairly orderly as it wound through downtown streets.
Other demonstrations are planned around the city all day Saturday.