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Occupy Oakland: Videos show clashes between police, protesters

The clashes between police and Occupy Oakland protesters Wednesday night were captured by TV news crews as well as by people on the ground using cellphone cameras.

Police used tear gas to scatter hundreds of marchers in downtown Oakland.

The video below captures some tear gas canisters exploding and marchers chanting as they walk down a street in downtown Oakland. (You Tube):

This video from KGO-TV shows several loud explosions and people running down a street.

This raw video from KPIX-TV shows protesters chanting, "The whole world is watching." It also shows police officers urging protesters to leave the area.


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