Occupy Oakland One Year Anniversary Live Stream

Posted on Oct 26 2012 - 3:13am by Zennie Abraham
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On October 25th, 2011, a giant downtown Oakland protest at 14th and Broadway turned ugly as Oakland Police and law enforcement officials clashed. The result was that Scott Olsen, a then-24 year old Iraq War Veteran, who was shot in the face by a police officer using a rubber bullet.

Now, one year later and a lot of protests afterward, what’s left of the Occupy Oakland movement is back marching downtown. Here’s the live stream courtesy of PunkBoy Live:



Broadcasting live with Ustream

Stay tuned.

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