In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 photo, Papi Chulo, left, and Brian Xaivier, both of Ravena, N.Y., wear Guy Fawkes masks while supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement in Albany, N.Y. From New York to San Francisco to London, some of the demonstrators decrying a variety of society's ills are sporting stylized masks loosely modeled on a 17th-century English terrorist, whether they know it or not. The masks come from "V for Vendetta," a comic-based movie whose violent, anarchist antihero fashions himself as a modern Guy Fawkes, the Catholic insurrectionist executed four centuries ago for trying to blow up Parliament. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)

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In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 photo, Papi Chulo, left, and Brian Xaivier, both of Ravena, N.Y., wear Guy Fawkes masks while supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement in Albany, N.Y. From New York to San Francisco to London, some of the demonstrators decrying a variety of society's ills are sporting stylized masks loosely modeled on a 17th-century English terrorist, whether they know it or not. The masks come from "V for Vendetta," a comic-based movie whose violent, anarchist antihero fashions himself as a modern Guy Fawkes, the Catholic insurrectionist executed four centuries ago for trying to blow up Parliament. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)
In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 photo, Papi Chulo, left, and Brian Xaivier, both of Ravena, N.Y., wear Guy Fawkes masks while supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement in Albany, N.Y. From New York to San Francisco to London, some of the demonstrators decrying a variety of society's ills are sporting stylized masks loosely modeled on a 17th-century English terrorist, whether they know it or not. The masks come from "V for Vendetta," a comic-based movie whose violent, anarchist antihero fashions himself as a modern Guy Fawkes, the Catholic insurrectionist executed four centuries ago for trying to blow up Parliament. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)
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