A famous pepper spray incident occurred on November 18, 2011, during an Occupy movement demonstration at the University of California, Davis. After asking the protesters to leave, University police pepper sprayed a group of demonstrators as they were passivly seated on a paved path in the campus quad. The video of UC Davis police officer Lt. John Pike pepper spraying demonstrators spread around the world as a viral video.
Too, a rash of pepper spray incidents at U.S.public schools have resulted in hospitalizations, lawsuits, and many tears. School resource officials in Birmingham Alabama public schools have been using the pepper spray they are given to provide discipline in a host of situations. Students were sent to a hospital after pepper pray used in St. Louis school by campus police.
Now, it turns out, U.S. campus police in many schools and colleges in the U.S. have been trained in secret sessions by Hong Kong police under the direction of Communist China handpicked strongman Leving Chung-Ying.
The head of Birmingham school district police, Bull Conners, was reluctant to speak to the media but did say off camera "Those commies know how to control unruly students."
In recent news thousands of pro-democracy protesters paralyzed parts of Hong Kong's central business district on Sunday, as police in riot gear dispersed them with pepper spray. The spray sent protesters running and pleading for water and paper towels.
Said Conners to a fellow campus cop, "I hope we in our school district have a riot because the Hong Kong police training we received could be put to good use."