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Peace Demonstrations Lead to Casualties in Oakland

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Peace Demonstrations Lead to Casualties in Oakland

Peace Demonstrations Lead to Casualties in Oakland

Peace Demonstrations Lead to Casualties in Oakland

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NPR's Richard Gonzales reports on an anti-war demonstration today in Oakland, Calif., that police put down using non-lethal bullets, beanbags and concussion grenades. Several dockworkers who were not part of the demonstration were injured; they say the police used too much force.

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