The Register has reported yet another protest against the banking industry was held at the Chase branch located on Lincoln Ave. and Harbor Blvd. in Anaheim yesterday.
The group of approximately 75 people, organized by the Orange County Labor Federation, rallied outside the branch carrying signs decrying the country's economic situation and the banks' role in it.
City council member Lorri Galloway, was on hand to lend support to the event and delivered what Register writer Eric Carpenter referred to as a "fiery speech."
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Two protesters, also Chase members, entered the bank to close accounts. Though Anaheim police confirm no arrests were made, the two refused to leave until police were called.