Oct 03 2011
Protesters fed up with Wall Street’s practices and influence woke up Monday to their third morning of camping outside Los Angeles City Hall.
Some of the approximately 100 activists planned to head across the street to join the throng outside the courthouse where Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, is on trial.
Members of Occupy Los Angeles, as their group is called, said they hoped to attract more media attention to their cause, which draws its inspiration from the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York.
The movement generally takes issue with corporate influence on government.
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