OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A 30-year-old Oakland man says a police officer shot him with a rubber bullet or beanbag while he was videotaping last week's standoff between law enforcement and a small group of people who took over a building and lit fires after a day of peaceful anti-Wall Street protests.The Oakland Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/rQfuLG) that experts in police use of force who reviewed the footage Scott Campbell captured just before and after he was struck by the projectile say it appears the volley was unprovoked and inappropriate.In the video, Campbell is heard calling, "Is this OK?" to a line of riot gear-clad officers. A firearm held by an officer then is seen going off, followed by Campbell's yelps of pain.University of South Carolina criminal justice professor Geoffrey Alpert says that unless Campbell's camera angle obscured some threat, the shooting was "one of the most outrageous uses of a firearm" he'd ever seen.___Information from: The Oakland Tribune, http://www.oaklandtribune.com