Michigan’s capital experienced quite an historic day. An estimated 10,000 protestors gathered to voice their opinion on the right-to-work legislation. Although the vast majority of the day was very peaceful, a few protestors weren’t so lucky. They were on the receiving end of a can of pepper spray.
Protestors who were standing next to one area of the capitol were stunned when a large group of police dressed in riot gear, and on horseback, used pepper spray to subdue someone who attempted to pull an officer into the crowd.