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(Portland, OR)  --  Two people are facing charges after a protest at Portland City Hall turned violent.  Dozens of people gathered at the building yesterday morning to protest police brutality after multiple people were allegedly injured by police at a rally and counter-protest Saturday.  Three people were hospitalized, including one person who was reportedly told by medical staff that he would have been killed had he not been wearing a helmet.  Some of the protesters attended the morning city council meeting and began chanting "End police brutality!" about 45 minutes in.  Mayor Ted Wheeler responded by moving the meeting to a private room.  Two people were arrested for trespassing after allegedly refusing to leave.

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