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Police Lie to Create Case Against Student They Injured in UC Davis Pepper Spray Incident

Started by Indy Media, April 18, 2013, 12:47:49 am

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Police Lie to Create Case Against Student They Injured in UC Davis Pepper Spray Incident

On August 10th, Thomas Matzat and supporters appeared before the Yolo County District Court for a pre-trial hearing. Thomas is being charged with five counts of felony vandalism, fourteen counts of misdemeanor vandalism, and one misdemeanor charge for "possessing a marking substance with the intent to commit vandalism". At the hearing, Thomas' pro bono legal team provided evidence that police lied about security footage used to identify him.

Source: Police Lie to Create Case Against Student They Injured in UC Davis Pepper Spray Incident