On Wednesday, the University of California announced that all students and alumni hit with pepper spray at a peaceful UC Davis protest last November will be awarded considerable damages.
The university’s total settlement will end up being close to $1 million, the Huffington Post reports: $30,000 to 21 victims, $250,000 in attorneys fees and $100,000 to set aside if anyone else proves they were harmed during the altercation.
UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi also has to apologize to each victim.
No word on whether these victims will receive an apology:
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