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  1. Synopsis. On 18 November , campus-police officer Lt. John Pike pepper sprayed non-violent demonstrators at UC eronkedbanomipordimicomdiaroo.xyzinfo demonstrations were primarily in response to tuition hikes at the university, and more broadly aligned with the Occupy movement. The specific triggering event for the incident was the refusal of the demonstrators to comply with an order to remove their encampment.
  2. Dec 18,  · Four days earlier, on November 18, University of California, Davis campus cop Lt. John Pike, who casually pepper-sprayed students at an Occupy protest in the quad of my alma mater, has become the “New Face of Evil,” his blasé use of excessive force a social media phenomenon on par with Charlie Sheen's “Winning” rants.
  3. Former police lieutenant John Pike repeatedly sprayed a group of unarmed seated students during a Nov. 18, , demonstration against tuition hikes. He was fired as a result of his actions.
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  5. Oct 24,  · John Pike, who was a UC Davis police lieutenant, sought comp benefits from the university for a nervous system or psychiatric injury that occurred on .
  6. Oct 24,  · Former University of California Davis police Lt. John Pike is filmed in as he pepper-sprays students during their sit-in at an ‘Occupy UCD’ demonstration.
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  8. Apr 15,  · Former police Lt. John Pike, who gained a degree of infamy for his role in the incident, was awarded the settlement Oct. 16 by the state Division of Workers' Compensation Appeals Board.

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