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UC Davis contracted with consultants for at least $175,000 to scrub the Internet of negative online postings following the November 2011 pepper-spraying of students and to improve the reputations of both the university and Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, newly released documents show. The payments ...
Assaulting peaceful protesters with pepper spray can be awfully stressful, and John Pike certainly knows it better than most. Now a judge has awarded $38,000 to the former University of California cop filmed discharging his weapon on Occupy demonstrators. TrendsOccupy Wall Street. Administrative Law ...

The students had a right to be on the quad. Neither administrators nor campus police possessed clear, lawful authority to order their departure at 3 pm on a Friday afternoon. It turns out that the Occupy Davis protesters were following the law far more assiduously than the police forcibly dismantling their tents ...
Another University of California official expressed dismay about the recent use of pepper spray by police on Occupy Davis protesters. UC Board of Regents chair Sherry Lansing said she was "shocked and appalled" by images of police actions during the protest last week on the campus of University of ...
The student filmmaker, who says he is not part of Occupy Davis, told HuffPost, “I couldn't believe it. I didn't think such a thing would ever happen on campus over a tent being on campus. It's embarrassing on the part of the police to take such actions.” Another video shows officers body-slamming a student in ...

UC Davis contracted with consultants for at least $175,000 to scrub the Internet of negative online postings following the November 2011 ...
Assaulting peaceful protesters with pepper spray can be awfully stressful, and John Pike certainly knows it better than most. Now a judge has ...

John Pike, a former campus police officer at UC Davis, won $38,000 in workers' comp stemming from a 2011 Occupy protest in which he ...
It turns out that the Occupy Davis protesters were following the law far more assiduously than the police forcibly dismantling their tents, spraying ...
Another University of California official expressed dismay about the recent use of pepper spray by police on Occupy Davis protesters. UC Board ...
The student filmmaker, who says he is not part of Occupy Davis, told HuffPost, “I couldn't believe it. I didn't think such a thing would ever happen ...
Davis Enterprise file photograph-via The Associated PressUC Davis students are pepper sprayed during an Occupy Davis protest.
Davis Enterprise file photograph-via The Associated PressUC Davis students are pepper sprayed during an Occupy Davis protest.
In fact, the position was created to overcome lingering problems from the infamous 2011 pepper-spraying of students who were peacefully protesting as part of the "Occupy Davis" movement. In the wake of that pepper-spraying, the UC Davis police chief ...


 

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