Monday, November 21, 2011


How can ANYONE justify this at UC-Davis?! The dehumanizing way this fascist scumbag went about spraying these kids as if he's spraying weeds indicates the NAZI RATBASTARD in riot gear has NO BUSINESS BEING A "LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER" OF ANY STRIPE.

That he and another NAZI were placed on "paid administrative leave" by the university pending an "inquiry" is itself outrageous. WTF do you need to "inquire" about other than what you see on the video and pictures?! RESIGN NOW, UC-DAVIS CHANCELLOR KATEHI! Watch Katehi's WALK OF SHAME past students protesting in silence following a press conference; the student (vid below) who was among those pepper sprayed led the silent shaming of Chancellor Katehi. Here is an eyewitness account:
A pretty remarkable thing just happened. A press conference, scheduled for *4:00pm* between the UC Davis Chancellor and police with local press on campus, did not end in an hour, as planned. Instead, a mass of Occupy Davis students and sympathizers mobilized outside, demanding to have their voice heard. After some initial confusion, UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi refused to leave the building, attempting to give the media the impression that the students were somehow holding her hostage.

A group of highly organized students formed a large gap for the chancellor to leave. They chanted “we are peaceful” and “just walk home,” but nothing changed for several hours. Eventually student representatives convinced the chancellor to leave after telling their fellow students to sit down and lock arms (around 7:00pm).

ME: Chancellor, do you still feel threatened by the students?


One of the students pepper sprayed yesterday by chemicals that blew into his mouth (he was standing near the students huddled on the ground), a young man wearing a brown down coat over a tie-dye shirt, said he met with Katehi and personally showed her a video of the pepper spraying attack. Speaking to about a thousand students with the “human mic,” the young man said he personally asked for her resignation

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