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Stop the Machine  protest releases information on their DC Occupation:

Washington, DC - A group of 40 protesters marched to the Citibank, a subsidiary of Citigroup, at 14th and G Streets NW this morning to protest the announcement of the seventh consecutive quarter of massive profits while the economy continues to collapse. The protesters succeeded in shutting the bank down.

Six protesters, including a video team remained inside the building, protesting the tax avoidance by Citibank through off-shore tax havens, continued foreclosures, choking the economy by not making loans, usury credit card rates, low pay of bank tellers while exorbitant pay for executives. Police have been called to the scene.

Leah Bolger, an October2011.org organizer who is a vice president of Vets for Peace said: "Citibank needs to be held accountable for its role in collapsing the economy and profiting from that collapse.  As the largest recipient of bail out dollars, Citibank owes the American people and needs to stop foreclosures now, re-make mortgages so they are consistent with true housing values and stop avoiding taxes."

Police on the way.

Here is a list of complaints against Citibank:

1.  Citigroup has paid ZERO corporate taxes for the last four years.

2.  Citigroup has 427 subsidiaries in foreign tax havens to hide their profits.

3.  Citigroup was the LARGEST recipient of federal bailout money-- $476 billion.

4.  CEO John Havens receives $9.5 million annually, while paying their tellers $12.65 an hour.

5.  Citigroup just posted a 3rd quarter net profit of $3.8 billion, a 74% increase over last year.

Stop the Machine is the group Radio Host, Lisa Simeone was fired for participating in. See developing story on that: http://www.dailykos.com/...

Hackers claim access to Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit's personal information

NEW YORK: A hacker group claimed it has leaked personal details of Citigroup chief Vikram Pandit in its bid to retaliate the arrest of 'Occupy Wall Street' protesters here.

A statement, purportedly issued by a hacker group named Cabin Cr3w, said many protesters had wanted to withdraw their funds and close their accounts from Citibank.
Hackers claim access to Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit's personal information
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...

11:34 AM PT: October2011 Movement Closes Citibank to Protest Record Profits Made at the Expense of Human Needs

12:38 PM PT:


1:35 PM PT: Hacktivists have published a dossier of personal information on the head of Citigroup in retaliation for the cuffing of protesters at an Occupy Wall Street demo.

Members of a group called CabinCr3w, a hacking gang affiliated with Anonymous, revealed phone numbers, an address, email address and financial information on Vikram Pandit, Citigroup's chief executive officer.

The exposé follows the arrest of a group of anti-capitalist protesters who allegedly sparked a ruckus inside a Citibank branch while withdrawing funds and closing their accounts. About 24 people were detained and charged with criminal trespass on Saturday afternoon, The Wall Street Journal reports.http://www.theregister.co.uk/...

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