Calif. bank headquarters protest over foreclosures
Dozens of people have invaded the California headquarters of OneWest Bank to protest the bank's foreclosure practices. The Pasadena Star-News says about 50 demonstrators jumped turnstiles and briefly commandeered the Pasadena bank headquarters on Thursday. Seven police officers showed up but no one was arrested. The demonstrators were members of Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment and Service Employees International Union. They were there in support of Rose Gudiel, who is facing eviction from her La Puente home.