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    Posted February 26, 2012 by
    San Francisco, California
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    Occupy Wall Street

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    Protest in front of Well's Fargo CEO's house in San Francisco.


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     dinalee says an offshoot of the Occupy San Francisco specifically targets the banks on behalf of foreclosure victims. 'I wanted to show the lengths people are going to get their message across. They don't want to lose their homes, and the people that delivered that foreclosure notice in my opinion were actual victims of the foreclosure crisis.'
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    Protesters now taking their message and concerns to the houses of those involved in the foreclosure's on homes. Protesters deliver foreclosure notice on Well's Fargo CEO John Stumpf's House in San Francisco.
    Occupy Housing hosted this event, and their demands are NO MORE FORECLOSURES AND EVICTIONS FOR PROFITS. More information can be found here,
    I am not affiliated with Occupy Housing or Occupy SF, but I do cover their events and actions. I have also been evicted and am currently homeless on the streets of San Francisco.
    Image 4: Notice delivered
    Image 5: Disabled people now on the front lines of the eviction and foreclosure crisis.
    Image 7: As you can see foreclosure notice may not get delivered to John Stumpf
    #8: Video of protesters delivering notice to guards outside John Stumpf's house.
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