Pepper-Sprayed Students Win $1 Million Settlement From University of California

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The University of California has agreed to pay about $1 million to the UC Davis students callously drenched in pepper spray during Occupy protests last November. The deal, which is still subject to a judge's approval, will result in 21 plaintiffs receiving $30,000 each, with money left over going to legal fees and potential class-action victims, who can claim up to $20,000. As a condition of the settlement, each student involved will also receive a personal written apology from UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi.

Below is some video from the disturbing, and ultimately expensive, incident: