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Protesters voice anger outside BofA annual meeting

Protester with the Right to the City Alliance Randy Jackson (L), playing the role of Bank of America Chief Executive Brian Moynihan, is punched by Lenina Nadal, playing the role of the 99 percent, during a staged mock boxing match before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

Protester with the Right to the City Alliance Randy Jackson (L), playing the role of Bank of America Chief Executive Brian Moynihan, is punched by Lenina Nadal, playing the role of the 99 percent, during a staged mock boxing match before the Bank of...more

Protester with the Right to the City Alliance Randy Jackson (L), playing the role of Bank of America Chief Executive Brian Moynihan, is punched by Lenina Nadal, playing the role of the 99 percent, during a staged mock boxing match before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek
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Members of the Ramirez family from Oakland (L-R) Emily, 15, Margarita and Marcus, 4, hold signs outside the Bank of America uptown headquarters before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

Members of the Ramirez family from Oakland (L-R) Emily, 15, Margarita and Marcus, 4, hold signs outside the Bank of America uptown headquarters before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012....more

Members of the Ramirez family from Oakland (L-R) Emily, 15, Margarita and Marcus, 4, hold signs outside the Bank of America uptown headquarters before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek
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Members of the Ramirez family (L-R) Emily, 15, Margarita and Marcus, 4, hold signs outside the Bank of America uptown headquarters before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

Members of the Ramirez family (L-R) Emily, 15, Margarita and Marcus, 4, hold signs outside the Bank of America uptown headquarters before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

Members of the Ramirez family (L-R) Emily, 15, Margarita and Marcus, 4, hold signs outside the Bank of America uptown headquarters before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek
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A fleet of police officers on bicycles cycle up Tryon Street before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

A fleet of police officers on bicycles cycle up Tryon Street before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

A fleet of police officers on bicycles cycle up Tryon Street before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek
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People go through security outside the Bank of America headquarters in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

People go through security outside the Bank of America headquarters in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

People go through security outside the Bank of America headquarters in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek
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A man uses a Bank of America ATM in uptown Charlotte May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

A man uses a Bank of America ATM in uptown Charlotte May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

A man uses a Bank of America ATM in uptown Charlotte May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholders meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek
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The Bank of America headquarters building at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets is seen just after sunrise in uptown Charlotte May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

The Bank of America headquarters building at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets is seen just after sunrise in uptown Charlotte May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek

The Bank of America headquarters building at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets is seen just after sunrise in uptown Charlotte May 9, 2012, before the Bank of America annual shareholder meeting. REUTERS/Jason E. Miczek
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The logo of the Bank of America is pictured atop the Bank of America building in downtown Los Angeles November 17, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

The logo of the Bank of America is pictured atop the Bank of America building in downtown Los Angeles November 17, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

The logo of the Bank of America is pictured atop the Bank of America building in downtown Los Angeles November 17, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
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