Occupy Oakland protesters and their tents line a plaza near Oakland, Calif., City Hall on Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. Demonstrators reestablished the encampment after a police raid on Tuesday left it deserted. (AP Photo/Noah Berger) By Noah Berger
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- The roommate of an Iraq War veteran seriously injured in a clash with police during an anti-Wall Street protest says Scott Olsen is doing well and doctors say he'll make a full recovery.
Keith Shannon served with the 24-year-old former Marine in Iraq.
He tells The Associated Press that he visited Olsen at a medical facility Sunday and he "seems to be doing well."
Shannon says Olsen still can't talk but doctors expect him to make a full recovery.
Olsen suffered a fractured skull and other head injuries during the clash Tuesday.
Police are investigating how Olsen was struck by a projectile.
Wall Street protesters around the country have rallied around Olsen's plight. That includes a march by hundreds Saturday night in Oakland.