Wells Fargo Annual Meeting Disrupted by Foreclosure Activists

Posted on May 4, 2011


Protesters disrupted the Wells Fargo Annual Meeting in San Francisco by confronting the CEO John Stumpf about the bank’s shoddy foreclosure practices. Eight people went inside while hundreds were outside, chanting. The protesters went to the microphone and would not step aside until Stumpf agreed to reform his Wells Fargo foreclosure procedures. He wouldn’t, and the protesters were arrested.

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