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Casey Neistat, “The Raid on Zuccotti Park”:

 

Via Common Dreams

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Pen Them Up, Mace Them, and Then Just Walk Away

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Identified: NYPD Officer Who Maced Peaceful Protesters

A photographer has identified the cruel and cowardly NYPD Supervisor who point blank maced a penned in group of young women and then slinked away Saturday at the Occupy Wall Street protests:

Deputy Inspector Anthony V. Bologna of the NYPD Patrol Borough Manhattan South.

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If you think Deputy Inspector Bologna should be fired and prosecuted for his abuse of power, file an on-line complaint:


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Photo: http://www.thevillager.com/villager_113/afteryearsoftrouble.html

James Fallows at The Atlantic writes:

According to the NYT, the chief police spokesman, Paul Browne, said that the policeman used pepper spray “appropriately.” Great. On the video we can’t hear what either side is saying. But at face value, the casualness of the officer who saunters over, sprays right in the women’s eyes, and then slinks away without a backward glance, as if he’d just put down an animal, does not match my sense of “appropriate” behavior by officers of the law in a free society.

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