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A sovereign jury that convicted a former New Jersey military arch progressing this week of fibbing to a FBI during a examine into allegations he’d assaulted a handcuffed black teen deadlocked on dual apart charges opposite him, call a decider to announce a mistrial on Friday.
The mistrial came after jurors unsuccessful to reached verdicts opposite Frank Nucera on hat- crime and deprivation-of-civil-rights charges. Jurors deliberated for roughly 48 hours over several days.
The former Bordentown Township military arch is indicted of outstanding a conduct of an 18-year-old black teen into a doorjamb while he was being escorted from a hotel during an arrest.
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Frank Nucera, 62, a former arch of a Bordentown Township police.
(Bordentown Township Police Facebook)
Federal prosecutors pronounced a attack was driven by racism, alleging Nucera had a story of creation extremist remarks. His own officers were so disturbed, they personally available him for over a year.
In one recording, Nucera, 62, allegedly pronounced black people are “like ISIS, they have no value. They should line them all adult and reap ’em down. I’d like to be on a banishment squad, we could do it.”
Prosecutors pronounced a former military arch harbored an “intense, senseless, undiscerning and hypocritical view” perspective of African-Americans.
Nucera was among several officers who responded to a Ramada hotel in Sep 2016 amid complaints of dual teenagers who were not guest swimming in a pool.
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Timothy Stroye, was “loudly complaining” while handcuffed before Nucera allegedly rammed his conduct into a doorjamb. Nucera denied assaulting a teen in an talk with a FBI.
Defense attorneys argued some officers wanted to get absolved of Nucera since of his tough disciplinary policies. The U.S. attorney’s bureau pronounced it skeleton to retry Nucera on a dual unresolved counts.