U.S. activists organized a protest campaign in various parts of the country under the name "occupied the courts", which they demonstrated in front of over a hundred building of the U.S. Courts.
The campaign to protest the decision of the Supreme Court - two years ago - to give companies the right of political participation as the representative of a group of individuals, and as a financial contribution in the election of the right kind of expression.
It is reported that the protesters have targeted about 150 of the role of the judiciary.
In San Francisco under dozens of protesters themselves on Friday in the doors of the Bank, "and Wells Fargo."
And have been targeted by protesters disrupt city's financial district within the so-called movement "Wall Street in the occupation of the West", and included their 22 branches a bank, and other offices specialized in the financial industry.
ArrestsPolice arrested 11 protesters who tied themselves to the rear entrance to the headquarters of the "Wells Fargo" on charges of trespassing, but allowed the other protesters to stay enrolled in other sections of the building.
The police chief of San Francisco Richard Korea "This is a peaceful movement step, several banks have taken steps to mitigate their effects", such as the reporting of many of its employees to work from their homes.
On the other hand, prevented the barriers set up by the security forces, security guards and other protesters are targeting the other buildings in the city's financial district of the bridge entrance.
It is noteworthy that this movement in the United States coincides with the second anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in 2010 not to the eligibility of the government's restrictions on political speech, and spending by companies, trade unions and other non-governmental entities, allowing the political action committees to appear and the expenditure of large sums of money in campaigns, to form what is known as the "political action committees outstanding."
Source: Al Jazeera + and agencies