Several people in the east showed their support Friday for the "Occupy Wall Street" movement Friday afternoon.
"Occupy Greenville" held a protest at the busy intersection of Charles Boulevard and Greenville Boulevard in Greenville from 12:30 pm until 6:00 pm.
Around 1:00 pm fifteen protesters were holding signs, saying they're upset with the gap between the rich and the poor and our country's lack of jobs. Organizers say everyone from students to veterans to retirees were protesting.
The "Occupy Wall Street" movement first started in New York in September and has since spread to many locations across the country.
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