Nightly News   |  October 12, 2011

SF protesters occupy Wells Fargo

In San Francisco, several anti-Wall Street protesters were arrested when they blocked the entrance to a Wells Fargo bank. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor: The so-called Occupy Wall Street protesters were out in force in San Francisco today, and several were arrested for shutting down the entrance to the Wells Fargo Bank headquarters there. The march also forced a temporary suspension of one of the city's famous cable car lines. The group said in a statement they want Wells Fargo to pay its fair share of taxes and to be held accountable for its role in the financial meltdown. Here in New York , by the way, a protest group today marched to the headquarters of JPMorgan Chase .