Just days after Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters were cleared out of New York's privately owned Zuccotti Park,
OWS protests were held across the country in a show of solidarity.
Unlike other municipal authorities who have grown tired of the Occupy movement,
the Los Angeles City Council still maintains its open invitation to the protesters
to occupy City Hall's lawn.
But on November 17, OWS protesters left their lawn and took to the streets, first blocking downtown traffic during rush hour
and later, when they marched to the doorsteps of Bank of America and Wells Fargo.
Reason.tv was on the scene for the march to the banks and captured some of the day's 26 arrests. Violence was minimal, as purple-shirted organizers of the march from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) worked to keep most protesters out of the street.
While most of the protesters were exercised by the economy and government bailouts, at least one participant's main beef seemed to be with Satan, "Grey Aliens" (who are controlled by "the Reptilians"), and the Illimunati (starts at 2-minute mark).
Check out Reason.tv's ongoing OWS videos and coverage here
About 4 minutes. Shot and produced by Zach Weissmueller and Tracy Oppenheimer, who also narrate.
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