March, rally in downtown Denver draws more than 1,000 people - The Denver Post
More than 1,000 people gathered for a protest in front of the Wells Fargo Building in downtown Denver this morning.
A large group of demonstrators marched from the Colorado Convention Center to Sherman Street, demanding that the nation's wealthiest 1 percent pay "their fair share" of taxes.
The group used Wells Fargo as an example, citing that the banking company reported $69.1 billion in U.S. profits but paid an effective federal income tax rate of 3.8 percent.
Protesters ranged from people in business suits to those in jeans and T-shirts. Many carried signs reading "99 percent united for a fair economy." The march seemed to be well-organized, with volunteers keeping the sidewalks clear for pedestrians... See Pics Here