A busload of activists - outnumbered 2-to-1 by reporters and photographers - is paying visits to the homes of American International Group Inc. executives in Connecticut to protest tens of millions in bonuses awarded by the company.
About 40 protesters parked at a cul-de-sac Saturday afternoon and walked to the Fairfield home of Douglas Polling. They were met on the curb by two security guards.
One activist read a letter detailing the financial struggles that many Connecticut residents have faced. The group then left the note in Polling's mailbox.
Polling already agreed to forfeit his bonus, but the protesters want AIG executives to do more to help working families.
AIG has received more than $182 billion in federal aid.
AIG Paid $218 Million In Bonuses
Connecticut's attorney general says documents turned over to his office by American International Group Inc. shows the company paid out $218 million in bonuses, higher than the $165 million previously disclosed.
Attorney General Richard Blumenthal's office received the documents late Friday after issuing a subpoena.
Blumenthal says the documents show that 73 people received at least $1 million apiece, and five of those got bonuses of more than $4 million. The financially ailing insurance giant has been under fire for giving bonuses after receiving more than $182.5 billion in federal bailout money.
AIG spokesman Mark Herr declined to comment Saturday.
Blumenthal said the newly revealed number will "further fuel the justified anger and revulsion that people feel."
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