Police Officers Suspended Sunday After UC Davis Pepper Spray Incident Friday

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Video of a tense standoff between police and Occupy demonstrators at the University of California, Davis shows an officer using pepper spray on a group of protesters who appear to be sitting passively on the ground with their arms interlocked.

Two University of California, Davis police officers involved in the pepper spraying of seated protesters on Friday were suspended and placed on administrative leave on Sunday.

UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi has called for a full investigation while students and faculty have called for her resignation.

A California university placed two of its police officers on administrative leave Sunday because of their involvement in the pepper spraying of sitting protesters, while the school chancellor accelerated an investigation into the incident.

Video from YouTube.com/WeThePeopleOccupy showing pepper spray incident and aftermath with students chanting ‘Shame on You’ and “You Can Go: to police in riot gear.

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