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Oakland police use sting ball grenades and shot-filled beanbags to shoot at peaceful protestors against the war in Iraq, injuring 58 people. The police department eventually agrees to a $2 million settlement and to prohibit the use of dangerous weapons against protestors.

A Fresno sheriff’s deputy infiltrates the anti-war group Peace Fresno. California Attorney General Bill Lockyer investigates and concludes that Peace Fresno members’ constitutional rights have been violated.

See Peace Fresno in “Fahrenheit 911: