- 'Banks stole our homes so we're moving in to the #DeptofJustice.'
- Holder Says Leak Required "Very Aggressive Action"... Bank Crimes, Not So Much
- Fearlessness Grows From the Grass Roots
Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams
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Protesters erected a 'foreclosed home' barricade in front of the Department of Justice Monday afternoon. (Photo: @OccupyDenver)
May 20, 2013 | Underwater homeowners and hundreds of allies barricaded the front door of the Department of Justice building Monday afternoon to protest the "too big to jail banks" who have shirked punishment despite having destroyed "homes, savings and livelihoods."
Organized by Occupy our Homes, Home Defenders League, Campaign for a Fair Settlement, along with a number of community and faith leaders, the group held a sit-in outside the government building.
Holder Says Leak Required "Very Aggressive Action"... Bank Crimes, Not So Much, Richard (RJ) Eskow, Huffington Post
- Apparently leaks which keep the public informed require "very aggressive action" -- but crimes which shatter the economy, leaving millions without homes and millions more without jobs aren't worth lifting a finger to investigate.
- An Itty Bitty Pity Party for the Associated Press
Fearlessness Grows From the Grass Roots, Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Clearing the Fog Radio
A popular resistance is developing throughout the nation; and the more the government fails to listen, the more the media fails to report it, the bigger the explosion of resistance will be.