From:   Sahar Vahidi <saharvahidi@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Friday, September 30, 2011 10:55:35 AM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   [september17discuss] Fwd: Wow -- he maced them again
 

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From: Wade Mollison <info@demandprogress.org>
Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:53 PM
Subject: Wow -- he maced them again
To: Sahar Vahidi <saharvahidi@gmail.com>


Sahar,

He did it again.  Footage has emerged of a second macing of nonviolent protesters by NYPD officer Anthony Bologna (below).

The NYPD is claiming it's going to investigate, but Commissioner Raymond Kelly is skeptical that Bologna did anything wrong!  He said of the footage of the incident: "In my experience, proponents of a certain position would show you just what they want to show you."


We need to make sure the NYPD holds a legitimate investigation, and that this doesn't just get swept under the rug like so many other instances of police abuse before it. 

Will you click here to demand a complete investigation and any and all appropriate discplinary action and criminal prosecution?

Thanks,

The Demand Progress Team

P.S. Let's make sure this incident doesn't get swept under the rug, like so much police abuse before it.  Will you urge your friends to sign on too?

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