Organizers Expect High Turnout to 'Solidarity March' for Beaumont Pepper Spray Victim

Jun 1, 2012 Read more: Patch.com

Hundreds of people-- perhaps even a thousand-- are expected to join in on a "solidarity march" in support of a woman allegedly blinded in a DUI stop by a Beaumont police officer, organizers said this week.

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d. sanchez

Beaumont, CA

#1 Jun 1, 2012
You've got to be kidding me? This woman deserves NO support. I understand the officer might have used excessive and unnecessary force but she was the one who decided to act like an idiot and put herself AND others at risk on the road. If she would've hurt someone while driving intoxicated, she would have had worse issues. Beaumont Police are admirable and I fully support their actions.

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