Pepper Spray Video at UC Davis (Unedited) during Occupy Protest

UC Davis Pepper Spray VideoThe UC David pepper spray videos having been going viral and are being shared across the world. While people started protesting the assault on peaceful students the UC Davis Chancellor has started to sing a different tune. The chancellor’s name is Linda P.B. Katehi and she didn’t have anything negative to say or any condemnation as to what had happened originally. At this point Linda Katehi is launching an investigation to figure out what went wrong when police started spraying pepper spray into students faces and in their mouths.

It may be a little bit too late for Linda Katehi to start showing concern for this students on her campus. Faculty members at UC Davis are now calling for the chancellor, Linda Katehi to step down from her post. There are angry faculty members that want to see change after the events that have taken place at UC Davis. An assistant English professor named Nathan Brown, said this was a specific example of, “the systematic use by UC chancellors of police brutality” to supress the Occupy Wall Street movement and protesters.

The LA Times broke a story announcing that the Davis Faculty Association has officially demanded that Linda Katehi step down from her chancellor post. “The Chancellor’s role is to enable open and free inquiry, not to suppress it.” The letter went on to accuse Katehi of “gross failure of leadership” by giving approval for police to remove the students.

We are providing undedited footage of the UC Davis event below in as many different formats as available. You can see different viewpoints of the police spraying pepper spray at students here. You will also see police brutality as some of the students are dragged, pushed, sat on and pulled. Please feel free to share this with friends and family to show what is happening to people peacefully protesting. The police have kids and students in their families as well and are now turning on their own. What do you think?

2 Comments on "Pepper Spray Video at UC Davis (Unedited) during Occupy Protest"

  1. First off, as a person with “Use of Force” training, that was perfect use of force. You may not like it, but it was perfectly executed. Secondly, as a soldier currently in Afghanistan, I have obviously done more to secure your freedoms than you have, and I am still on the Officers side. Why? Because he followed protocol to the letter. Why is there protocol, you may ask? For the safety of everyone involved. Pepper spray isn’t that bad. I have been sprayed MULTIPLE times before. It hurts no one. Get over yourselves.

  2. it's just a person | November 20, 2011 at 10:34 am | Reply

    Well there is the freedom that the troops have been fighting for. Military and the supporters of war: REALIZE.. you are not fighting for freedom.

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