Protesters spend night in Downtown Fresno
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Several people woke up Monday morning at Fresno's Courthouse Park as they protest against Wall Street from the Central Valley.
About a dozen people set up tents at the park and even hooked up laptop computers.
The group says it's supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement protesting the wealth on Wall Street.
Sunday night was the first night of the group's camp out.
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