Pepper-spraying cop was charged with civil rights violations at ’04 GOP convention (but Bloomberg’s just as guilty as this guy)

Occupy Wall Street: ‘Pepper-spray’ officer named in Bush protest claim
Karen McVeigh
guardian.co.uk,
Monday 26 September 2011 19.46 EDT

A senior New York police officer accused of pepper-spraying young women on the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrations is the subject of a pending legal action over his conduct at another protest in the city.

The Guardian has learned that the officer, named by activists as deputy inspector Anthony Bologna, stands accused of false arrest and civil rights violations in a claim brought by a protester involved in the 2004 demonstrations at the Republican national convention.

Then, 1,800 people were arrested during protests against the Iraq war and the policies of president George W Bush.

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1 thought on “Pepper-spraying cop was charged with civil rights violations at ’04 GOP convention (but Bloomberg’s just as guilty as this guy)”

  1. If Anthony Bologna is of Italian heritage I for one, as an Italian of birth, would like to disown this coward with a badge.

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