Occupy Seattle Turns Violent

    Occupy Seattle protesters yell at police in front of a hotel Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, in Seattle. Protesters marched to a downtown hotel where JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon appeared as the keynote speaker for a University of Washington Foster School of leadership event. Protesters say Dimon is an example of an overpaid executive responsible for foreclosures and questionable corporate behavior. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

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    Police used pepper spray to disperse the Occupy Seattle crowd on Tuesday night—reportedly injuring an 84-year-old woman and causing a pregnant woman to be hospitalized. Protest organizers denounced the use of force, which they say came during a peaceful march downtown. Seattle police spokesman Jeff Kappel said he did not have the details of the particular incident, but added that pepper spray is not dangerous and should not have injured anyone.

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