They edited mentions of ‘Katehi’ and ‘pepper spray’ on Internet searches
New documents have been released as part of an investigation into the UC Davis administration revealing upwards of $200,000 was spent to eradicate mentions of “pepper spray”, “Katehi” and “UC Davis” online.
The information was first reported by the Sacremento Bee.
This, of course, is referring to the infamous incident in 2011 when Chancellor Linda Katehi authorized pepper spraying of students peacefully protesting outside her office.
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