Anthony Bologna

Occupy Wall Street protesters react after being pepper-sprayed near Union Square in September 2011. (Credit: YouTube)

NYC Agrees To Pay 6 Pepper-Sprayed Occupy Wall Street Protesters $332K

Online video showed police Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna pepper-spraying protesters corralled behind orange netting.



City Won’t Defend NYPD Officer In ‘Occupy’ Pepper Spray Lawsuit

New York City officials have taken the unusual step of refusing to defend a police inspector. He’s being sued for blasting protesters with pepper spray during last fall’s Occupy Wall Street protests.


Tents set up by people associated with the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement in Zuccotti Park on October 31, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Bloomberg Flip-Flopping On OWS?; Protesters Arrested In Sept. Go To Court

The drums were beating on Wall Street on Thursday, but they definitely weren’t in tune with Bloomberg’s latest thinking on the protest. He’s upset that the protesters don’t report crimes, like sex-related incidents, in Zuccotti Park to the police.



NYPD Inspector Violated Pepper Spray Guidelines, Review Finds

Officials say Anthony Bologna will lose 10 vacation days for his actions on September 24. He used the spray on Occupy Wall Street protesters who were penned-in by police.



Lawyer For Woman Pepper Sprayed At Occupy Wall Street March Demands Charges Against NYPD Official

Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna is said to be the officer who used pepper spray on women who were already cordoned off by a mesh barrier in Union Square.


Protestors end their march at Police Headquarters, Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. (credit: (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Police Arrest Hundreds Of ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Protesters On Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn-bound lanes of the Brooklyn Bridge were shut down for hours after participants of “Occupy Wall Street” took their demonstration right on to the car lanes Saturday.