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Occupy Oakland - OPD critically injures 2nd Vet - Kayvan Sabehgi - Nov 3rd

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Uploaded on Nov 4, 2011

Kayvan Sabehgi, an Iraq/Afghan Army Ranger Vet, was walking away from an Occupy Oakland gathering, when confronted by a line of Oakland Police. After asking the officers why they were lining up, Kayvan was assaulted and suffered a lacerated spleen due to a brutal baton beating by the OPD. Kayvan was then arrested and held in a cell for 18 hours with no medical attention, despite his repeated requests for help.

"They lined up in front of me. I was talking to one of them, saying, 'Why are you doing this?' When one moved forward and hit me in the arms, legs and back with his baton. Then three or four cops tackled me and arrested me." - Kayvan Sabehgi, Source: The Guardian 11/4/11

Kayvan went to an Oakland area hospital and remains in intensive care, after his release from jail.

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