Jeff Olson, a 40-year-old San Diego man is being prosecuted for writing anti-big-bank slogans with kiddie-chalk on sidewalks in front of Bank of America branches to protest their exorbitant ATM fees.
Bank of America is a the massive conglomerate that received $45 billion in interest-free loans from the US government in 2008-2009 in a bid to keep it solvent after bad bets went south. But that powerful company can’t handle a single man with a mission, so they stirred up the San Diego police to prosecute him.
We have a choice. We can use the big banks, or we can use non-profit credit unions. What’s your choice?