It Figures… UC Davis Students AGREED to Be Pepper Sprayed Before Incident



November 22, 2011

From Gateway Pundit:

For the record…

The UC Davis students who were holding the illegal protest on campus last weekend were warned that they would be pepper sprayed by the campus police. Not only that… But you can see in the video below that the students AGREED in the video to be pepper sprayed.

For some reason this didn’t make it into any of the liberal media reports on the incident; just like the fact that the protesters were chanting “f*ck the police” never made it into any reports.

Via P/Oed Patriot:




Sorry Libs… The UC Davis Pepper Spray Incident Was “Standard Police Procedure” (Video)

How to shut down a row of screeching libs in 4 easy swoops…

In this image taken from video, a police officer uses pepper spray Friday as he walks down a line of Occupy demonstrators sitting on the ground at the University of California, Davis. (MSNBC)

Sorry libs… You can quit your squawking and take your leftie-indoctrinated butts back to class. The UC Davis pepper spray incident was standard police procedure.

On Friday a group of UC Davis students blocked the campus walkway with arms linked and started chanting, From Davis to Greece, F*ck the police! Moments later the little darlings were doused with pepper spray. This was only after several attempts by campus police to get them to move.

Of course, the liberal media only played the part where the students were sprayed down.
But after two days of leftist outrage we find out that this was standard police procedure.

This comes from MSNBC:

A law enforcement official who watched the clip called the use of force “fairly standard police procedure.”
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The protest was held in support of the overall Occupy Wall Street movement and in solidarity with protesters at the University of California, Berkeley who were jabbed by police with batons on Nov. 9.

Charles J. Kelly, a former Baltimore Police Department lieutenant who wrote the department’s use of force guidelines, said pepper spray is a “compliance tool” that can be used on subjects who do not resist, and is preferable to simply lifting protesters.

“When you start picking up human bodies, you risk hurting them,” Kelly said. “Bodies don’t have handles on them.”

After reviewing the video, Kelly said he observed at least two cases of “active resistance” from protesters. In one instance, a woman pulls her arm back from an officer. In the second instance, a protester curls into a ball. Each of those actions could have warranted more force, including baton strikes and pressure-point techniques.
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“What I’m looking at is fairly standard police procedure,” Kelly said.

Get back to class.



Maybe next time they should spray with non-toxic purple dye to mark the protestors.  Maybe then MAYBE the Parents of these misfit college students will be yelling…….SHAME ON YOU.



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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. You are an idiot. This being Standard Police procedures is the problem. Wait till it happens to you or someone you care about and then I’d like to see your response. That low life enjoyed spraying them and deserves at the very least to be fired.


    What don’t YOU understand is that this nation is a REPUBLIC ruled by LAWS.

    YOU break the laws, disobey a police officer and you deserve to receive the consequences.

    The protestor was told to move and that IF he didn’t he would be sprayed: THE PROTESTOR approved it.

    WHO is the idiot?

    ALL of these students/protestors are USEFUL IDIOTS.

    IF my child did this, was sprayed and then was arrested and needed bail, I would tell them to stay there until their brain cells kicked in.


  2. WHY is the BIASED media against the police?

    Go here and read:

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