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Anonymous targets pepper-spraying policeman


The online "hacktivist" group Anonymous published the personal contact details on Monday of a California university policeman who used pepper spray on protesters, and it urged supporters to flood him with phone calls and emails.

YouTube videos of Friday's incident on the campus of the University of California, Davis have gone viral and led to the suspension of the college police chief, two police officers and calls for the chancellor to step down.

In the YouTube videos, one of which has received 1.44 million views, two university police officers in riot gear are seen spraying an orange mist on protesters sitting peacefully on the ground.

Following the spraying, the crowd begins chanting "Shame on you!"

A YouTube video on Monday purportedly from Anonymous published the home address, the home telephone number, the cellphone number and the email address of one of the policeman who allegedly used the pepper spray on protestors.

In the video, an artificially altered voice tells the "police forces of the world" that "brutalization of our citizens is both unjust and uncalled for."


2 Comments in Response to

Comment by Anonymous
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Here is a commendable police work well done! They deserved their well-earned paid vacation. Sour grapes shouldn’t disturb them at all!

In this pepper-spray incident of barricading students who defied police warning to step aside, the Police did their job well as what the public wanted them to do – maintain order. Rebellious students barricaded the place with their human body to obstruct police from going after the other unruly student protesters. The police warned that they would be pepper-sprayed if they wouldn’t step aside. Instead, the sit-down protest barricaders taunted the police – what else must the police do but pepper-spray them?

The reporter said those young trouble-makers were lucky because what was sprayed on them was not a spray of bullets like what happened in "the Kent State massacre of 1970"

The cross-eyed called this necessary soft-glove police action some kind of police viciousness or cruelty … they believe "we live in a fascist police state". This anti-Government-police outrage of young radicals in the campus is totally misplaced!

Anti-government lampooners and cop-head-hunters took this opportunity to print a distorted hostile reaction to the incident. The innuendo they are badmouthing is that we live in a fascist police state. Nothing is farther from the truth. We live in a state where the police and law enforcers are tasked by law to maintain peace and order! In this incident, they did well and fair play demands that those peace officers should be commended. No death or serious injury was reported, and they deserved more than just a paid vacation.

Comment by Powell Gammill
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Awwwww, don't disturb him.  He is on paid vacation.

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