Is this proof police fired rubber bullets at Occupy Oakland battle?
This country is Satan’s model of democracy. We will take Mother Yahweh’s theocratic Rule any day of the week over Satan’s poorly run government that treats it citizens no better than the Egyptian government did in Moses day.
A revolt is coming, and as the United States takes more and more away from its own people while continuing to squander their future earnings in a massive collection of debt owed to its lenders, Satan’s throne will eventually collapse. China has a right as one of the U.S. largest lenders to inspect its gold reserve. Not if, but when that happens, the real truth of this country being bankrupt will come to the light.
- Ex-Marine Scott Olsen now awake after being hit by projectile on Tuesday
- Police claim they didn’t use rubber bullets during Occupy Oakland protest
- But protester Shamus Collins says he has proof of bruising from bullets
It’s a serious bruise – and this protester claims it was caused by a policeman shooting a rubber bullet at him as he rushed to help an injured Iraq war veteran during this week’s Occupy Oakland protests.
Shamus Collins showed off his bruise to other protesters yesterday at the demonstrators’ new camp – and it is clear evidence to suggest the police did fire rubber bullets, despite their consistent denials.
He rushed to the aid of former Marine Scott Olsen, 24, who was left in a critical condition after being hit by a projectile believed to have been thrown by police on Tuesday at the California protests.
Mr Olsen, who won medals in Iraq, has become a rallying cry for the Occupy Wall Street movement across the U.S. – and the picture of Mr Collins at Frank H. Ogawa Plaza will only heighten their anger.
Officials are investigating exactly where the projectile that hit Mr Olsen came from, but police have denied using rubber bullets to calm the protests – although admitted firing bean bags.
However two other protesters suggested rubber bullets were used, reported the Washington Post.
Jen Lasher posted a picture on Twitter showing a bruise that looks like it was caused by a rubber bullet – and Schuyler Erle tweeted a photo of what he claimed was a rubber bullet found in Oakland.
Meanwhile, a crowd of 1,000 people, many holding candles, gathered on Thursday night in Oakland to hold a vigil in honour of Mr Olsen, who is hospitalised with a fractured skull.
Twitter users and protest websites have been declaring since the incident: ‘We are all Scott Olsen.’
Joshua Shepherd, 27, a Navy veteran who was standing nearby when Mr Olsen got struck, called it a cruel irony that he is fighting an injury in the country that he fought to protect. – DailyMail