OAKLAND (CBS/AP) — More Wall Street protests are planned around California on Saturday, including in Oakland, where police and demonstrators faced off earlier this week.

A rally against police brutality is scheduled for 6 p.m. in front of Oakland City Hall. A march is expected to follow.

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Protesters clashed with police on Tuesday after an encampment in
front of Oakland City Hall was cleared. An Iraq War veteran, 24-year-old Scott Olsen, suffered a fractured skull during that confrontation.

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Oakland Interim Police Chief Howard Jordan has promised to investigate allegations that police used excessive force.

Elsewhere in the state, protesters are being encouraged to wear Halloween costumes for a march scheduled for 3 p.m. in San Francisco. Events are also planned in Los Angeles and Sacramento.

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