Updated 1:50 PT
A group of us were just arrested for directly confronting executives inside the Wells Fargo shareholder meeting in San Francisco.
Fifteen of us made it inside the meeting, and stood up, one-by-one, to demand answers for the 99% from Wells Fargo CEO, John Stumpf:
"Mr. Stumpf: your bank leads the pack in foreclosures, tax-dodging, predatory loans, and investing in private prisons - can you tell us why these issues don't concern you?"
"2011 was a horrible year for homeowners. When will you stop illegally foreclosing on millions of Americans and stop preying on the 99%?"
STAND WITH US - Chip in $10 today if you think we need to disrupt more corporate shareholder meetings like Wells Fargo all summer long.
Thousands are in the streets right now, and tens of thousands of you supporting us from afar—coming together to disrupt business as usual.
This moment is a small example of what we can do when people like you are fully behind us.
With your help, we can organize even more people to rise up and challenge abusive corporations at their annual shareholder meetings, and ensure the voices of the 99% are impossible to ignore.
Major media coverage so far:
Wall Street Journal - Protesters Target Wells Fargo's Annual Meeting
MSNBC.com - Occupy Protest in SF, March to Wells Fargo
Other media outlets that reported on the action: KGO Radio, Telemundo, KCBS 5, CBS 106.9, MSNBC live coverage, The San Francisco Chronicle, AP News, KPFA, PBS, SF Bay Guardian, Eilmensile, Bay City News Service, KTVU 2, ABC7, CNBC, National Radio Project, Bloomberg News, The Young Turks, LA Times
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