Judge releases some of UC Davis pepper spray report
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- A judge in the UC Davis pepper spray incident ruled Friday that sections of a report looking into the case can be released to the public, but left it up to the University of California to decide when to do that.
Video from the November 18 protest shows a UC Davis police officer pepper spraying Occupy protesters that were already detained.
At a hearing Friday in Oakland, the police officers union was able to temporarily suppress parts of the report that include some officer's names and testimony.
The judge will rule on those sections in two weeks.
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