The claim was made by Fox News Host and Legal Analysts Megan Kelly appearing on the O'Reilly factor that aired about 1/2 hour ago. She was simply giving the legal analysis of the situation. Within the body of statements she made the claim the pepper spray was ordered by the chancellor. Her comment was not a "talking point" or emphasized, just part of a larger statement and the dialog between her and O'Reilly. I have done a quick research and can find no direct charge or information to support that statement as being accurate. I viewed many of the recent MSM videos and reviewed multiple printed sources. None even address or ask the question who gave the order or made the decision to give the order or directly caused the pepper spraying to begin. Fracking stupid LSM! How is it even possible that wasn't one of the first questions asked and regardless of what order questions were asked how is it there is no report of anyone being asked that question or their response? I must admit in my review I did find the chancellor as coming across as a flip flopper and sleazy in how she seemed to simply be changing her public attitude and statements to play to the masses to make her look good or at least not as bad as the mob wants her to look. And she is under heavy broad attack from all sides on this issue. The best statement I came across was in todays newspaper of the Davis California: (IMO color her gone.) By the way, Megan Kelly is one of the very few legal analysts on any network that knows what the hell she is talking about. Most are wrong on all things they talk about half the time IMO. Kelly is IMO easily the best and a breath of fresh air for someone like me. But I can find nothing at this moment to support her statement. Again, how can some not have asked, "Where and from who did the order to use the pepper spray come from? Or did the officers act on their own.?" I did find a statement in my search above that claimed the Campus Police Chief was on site at the time of the pepper spraying. Of the many videos I saw of the chancellor being interviewed the one today by George Stephanopoulos was the best as he constantly interrupted her when she made clearly stupid or contradictory statements.