Petition Closed
Petitioning Department of Justice & US Attorney General and 8 others

Terminate Immediately The Employment of UC Davis PD: Lieutenant John Pike


This is a joint effort between Occupy Police & Occupy Marines. We are petitioning both, the California State Government and the US Federal Government in an attempt to have Lieutenant John Pike's Employment with the UC Davis Police Department, terminated once this petition receives it's 10,000th signature. Lt. Pike showed a lack of both restraint and crowd control knowledge when he blatantly sprayed 11 UC Davis students in the face at point blank range with pepper spray. These students were fully within their constitutional rights being exactly where and as they were, when Lt Pike in an attempt to remove them; blatantly and nonchalantly sprayed them in the face with pepper spray. We feel that this action could have been avoided had properly trained officers been on site, furthermore, and in addition to the latter, we feel that the visible lack of remorse shown in both Lt. Pike's stride and nonchalant facial expression while delivering projectile acid directly to the faces of 11 students is grounds for a full psychological evaluation, we are requesting this evaluation be executed immediately and prior to our termination request. We ask for the results of this evaluation to be made public. Results should in no way add gravity to this petitions request for Lt. Pike's termination from the UC Davis Police Department.

 In addition, to Lt. Pike's employment termination, and full psychological evaluation, we request a full federal investigation into the UC Davis Police Department. We the undersigned and citizens of America feel adequate leadership is/was not present, and is/was needed at UC Davis PD. We ask you to investigate their leadership, and release publicly any findings regarding your investigation -

We The Undersigned Citizens of the Unted States of America and abroad

OcPo - OMC

Letter to
Department of Justice & US Attorney General
The State of California & The United States Federal Government
UC Davis Chief of Police UC Davis Police Department
and 6 others
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
California State House
California State Senate
President of the United States
California Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: The State of California & The United States Federal Government.

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Terminate Immediately The Employment of UC Davis PD: Lieutenant John Pike

This is a joint action between Occupy Police & Occupy Marines. We are petitioning both, the California State Government and the US Federal Government for Lieutenant John Pike's Employment with the UC Davis Police Department to be Terminated once this petition receives it's 10,000th signature. Lt. Pike showed a lack of both restraint and crowd control knowledge when he blatnetly sprayed 11 UC Davis students in the face at point blank range with pepper spray. These students we're fully within their constitutional rights to be exactly where they were when Lt Pike in an attempt to remove them; blatently and nonchalantly sprayed them in the face with. We feel that this action could have been avoided had properly trained officers been on site, furthermore, and in addition to the latter, we feel that the visible lack of remorse shown in Lt. Pike's stride and nonchalant facial expression while delivering projectile acid directly to the faces of 11 students is grounds for a full psychological evaluation, we are requesting this evaluation be executed immediately and prior to termination. We ask for the results of this evaluation to be made public, and in no way add gravity to this petitions request for Lt. Pike's termination from the UC Davis Police Department. In addition, to Lt. Pike's employment termination, and psychological evaluation, we request a full federal investigation into the UC Davis Police Department. We the undersigned and citizens of America feel adaquate leadership is not present, and is needed at UC Davis PD. We ask you to investigate the leadership, and release publicly any findings regarding this issue -

We The Undersigned Citizens of the Unted States of America and abroad

OcPo - OMC
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Sincerely,