Protesters face off with UC Davis campus police

Protesters face off with UC Davis campus police

Student protesters just faced off with UC Davis campus police on the Quad. At approximately 3:30 p.m., police officers marched to the protesters. After protesters refused to leave, police arrested at 10 individuals, nine of which were students. Officers also pepper-sprayed students in the face who were sitting down and linking arms.
Over 200 protesters were on the Quad during the police action. The police left the Quad around 5 p.m. and protesters dispersed.

– Hannah Strumwasser 

Editor’s Note: As of 8:24 a.m. on Nov. 19, this article has been updated to reflect new information.

26 Comments on this Post

  1. artcorvelet

    Where is The Aggie’s proof that nine of the ten are students?
    Have heard other news organizations quoting a ‘local paper’
    as the source of that reporting and assume the responsibility
    is yours.

  2. ucmepberkeley

    Read more about the UC Davis Police offering a new course in authoritarianism:

  3. UC donors are the leverage that this movement needs. What if we circulated a petition that UC donors could sign? “I, _______________, pledge not to donate to the UC development fund unless if tuition is capped at 2005 levels, adjusted for inflation (national CPI).”

  1. By kredit ohne schufa on April 28, 2013 at 9:35 am

    kredit ohne schufa…

    So, so, und was verlangen Sie fuer den Kopf?…

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