Occupy Oakland protesters cheered as they climbed on tractor trailers loaded with shipping containers at the Port of Oakland (Calif.) Wednesday, effectively shutting down the United States' fifth busiest port during a day of non-stop protesting.
Occupy Oakland protesters cheered as they climbed on tractor trailers loaded with shipping containers at the Port of Oakland (Calif.) Wednesday, effectively shutting down the United States' fifth busiest port during a day of non-stop protesting. AP
Occupy Oakland protesters cheered as they climbed on tractor trailers loaded with shipping containers at the Port of Oakland (Calif.) Wednesday, effectively shutting down the United States' fifth busiest port during a day of non-stop protesting. AP

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