February 26, 2012

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Occupy protestors gathered Saturday in front of the home of Wells Fargo Chairman and CEO John Stumpf in San Francisco’s Russian Hill to deliver their own version of a foreclosure notice. When the protesters sought to enter the building, they were stopped at the front door.

Stumpf didn’t make an appearance, unless you count the many placards featuring his face.

Saturday's protest followed a clergy-led protest over foreclosures that was held earlier this week in front of the bank's San Francisco headquarters.

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