(OAKLAND, Calif.) OPD Report: Police and protesters in a California city faced off late Saturday after an ev ening of mostly peaceful demonstrations seeking racial justice with more than 100-people in protest using ro cks, bottles, lasers and other items being used to assault officers, police said on Twitter that the unrest led to “half a dozen arrests,” police said #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Aug.31: One officer was injured, according to police, though the extent of the injury wasn’t immediately released: An unlawful assembly was declared and the crowd was ordered to disperse: Police said some gas and smoke was used to force demonstrators away:

Oakland Police Report: Officers arrest at least six people and one officer hurt in clashes on Saturday into Sunday

Associated Press

5:41 am PDT, Sunday, August 30, 2020

  • FILE: Several people were arrested during protests in downtown Oakland on Aug. 27, 2020. Photo: Oakland Police Dept.

Photo: Oakland Police Dept.

‘ Many people have participated in protests across California since the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Blake, 29, was shot in the back seven times last Sunday as he pulled away from an officer and leaned into his SUV, in which three of his children were seated. A family attorney on Tuesday said Blake was paralyzed, and it would “take a miracle” for him to walk again ‘

On Saturday in San Jose, a crowd spray-painted graffiti on Mayor Sam Liccardo’s home with phrases that included “BLM,” Jacob Blake and profanities, fired paintballs and burned a flag. His neighbors quickly banded together to clean Liccardo’s home: Liccardo said in a statement Saturday he was away visiting a relative at the time of the incident. The mayor said the vandalism does not detract from his support of the Black Lives Matter movement: “Many of these same neighbours’ homes bear ‘Black Lives Matter’ signs, and they represent the true spirit of the movement, and of our San Jose community,” he said. “They contrast sharply with the roughly hundred so-called ‘protesters’ who stood by silently — or even cheered — as a flag was burned,” and messages including profanity “were scrawled on our home.”

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