Officers in Pepper Spray Incident Placed on Leave

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UC Davis has suspended two of its police officers because of their involvement in a pepper spraying incident against passive students at the university, the Boston Globe reports.

The president of the 10-campus University of California system, under fire with calls for his job, says he was "apalled" at the now infamous images and video, the AP reports.

"I implore students who wish to demonstrate to do so in a peaceful and lawful fashion. I expect campus authorities to honor that right," UC President Mark G. Yudof said.

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