Protesters advised that local demonstrations would continue Saturday against the grand jury’s decision to not indict a police officer in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.
While demonstrators took to downtown streets in Los Angeles Saturday, locals, politicians and Syrian expats, debated what the United States should do in the civil war-torn country.
Anaheim police overtime pay will cost taxpayers about $1.7 million for time spent combating deadly officer-involved shootings in August, according to a report in the LA Times.
More protests are planned Sunday to denounce last weekend’s two deadly officer-involved shootings in Anaheim.
The official cost estimate of the Occupy LA protest stands at $2.3 million.
Two potentially unruly demonstrations are expected to take place Monday in the Southland — one at L.A. City Hall and the other at UCLA in Westwood.