Sources: NYPD cop faces penalty in pepper-spray case

A high-ranking NYPD official is now facing a disciplinary action for allegedly violating department guidelines during an Occupy Wall Street rally.A video recorded last month

MANHATTAN - A high-ranking NYPD official is now facing a disciplinary action for allegedly violating department guidelines during an Occupy Wall Street rally.A video recorded last month apparently shows Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna using pepper spray on some female protesters. Sources close to the investigation into the incident say Bologna could lose 10 vacation days as punishment.Meanwhile, demonstrators marched to the Manhattan district attorney's office last night, demanding an investigation of another officer who allegedly punched a protester last week.Protesters suspicious of plan to clean up NYC parkOccupy Wall Street protesters hold Millionaires' MarchRev. Al Sharpton broadcasts show out of Occupy Wall St. center

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