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Gallery: Occupy Wall Street Protests Come to L.A.

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The group Occupy L.A. mobilized this morning in the city's civic center to march in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protests, which began at the nation's financial capital and have been radiating out to other cities. Depending on who you ask, hundreds or thousands of protestors showed up to march from Pershing Square to City Hall. The group's tagline: "The Revolution is Happening.... It's Just Not in the News."

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