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An Occupy statement said the money only will be with Wells Fargo temporarily while they work to establish an account with a credit union or community bank. Protesters said it was the easiest way to access the money to bail out people from jail.Ruben Pulido, a Wells Fargo spokesman, said,
the move demonstrates that Occupy Oakland recognizes the value and service the bank provides its customers.Classic.
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