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Public deface portraits of banking bosses

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Painter Geoffrey Raymond first witnessed just how raw economic emotions can run when a laid-off Bear Stearns employee took out her marker pen and scribbled "my blood is boiling" over an image of the company's former chairman.

That single act inspired him to create his own modern twist on the Rogues' Gallery where anyone can scrawl a message on his portraits of key players in America's financial turmoil.

Matt Frei reports.

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