'Occupy' Brings Protests to West Coast Ports

Protesters aim to shut down ports up and down the West Coast.
1:17 | 12/12/11

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Want to update you on that massive protest. This now under way this morning Occupy Wall Street demonstrators. Playing to shut down ports up and down the entire West Coast including the second busiest port in the country near Los Angeles ABC's Abbie Boudreau is there with the very latest good morning to you -- Good morning Josh as you can see behind me there are already dozens and dozens of protesters starting to line up behind me. They're gathering here and then they plan to try to shut down the ports today all along the West Coast from Anchorage. To San Diego. Now they successfully were were able to do this in Oakland in early November when an estimated 7000 people -- on the port the Port of Oakland. -- protests -- economic inequality and corporate greed screaming whose support our report and now we're told today protesters plan to gather. Brother are already certain to -- now and in the next twenty minutes and then -- down to a dock facility owned the SA marine. Would you -- shipping company that's partially owned by Goldman Sachs. Now occupy it protesters will try to shut down traffic around that -- and similar reports all throughout the day today and -- and is expected. And that the shipping shipping companies could lose close to one million dollars from these protests today.

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