Starting this weekend, over 325 demonstrations, marches, vigils and other public events will be held all across the U.S., covering every state, as part of the second annual “Campaign Nonviolence” week of action.
The report is an indictment of government in the United States at every level. The UN criticized the United States for not cooperating with the investigation and providing full information.
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“I guess I thought that I wasn’t in Iraq anymore, you know, I’d be more or less safe,” Olsen said. “I wasn’t going to get shot. I wasn’t going to be attacked. Oakland police proved me wrong in that, and it makes me feel less safe in general, especially around people who are supposed to be protecting you.”
Olsen said he is still being treated for his head injury. “I didn’t win part of my brain back that’s dead,” he said. “It’s hard. It was a hard recovery process.”