If convicted Frank Nucera Jr faces 20 years in prison and will forfeit his $8,800 a month pension.
A previous New Jersey police chief who supposedly called Donald Trump the “last hope for white people” is on preliminary for 2016 despise wrongdoing. As indicated by Newsweek, a South Jersey cop affirmed that Frank Nucera Jr used regularly used racial slurs and even said black people should be shot.
Sgt. Nathan Roohr from the Burlington County division stood up a week ago and detailed one specific incident in which Nucera used excessive force on an 18-year-old male. Roohr said Nucera grabbed Timothy Stroye’s head “like a basketball” and slammed it into a metal door jam. “[It] made an uproarious crash,” Roohr clarified. “I immediately knew it was wrong. I knew I had an obligation to report it. This was an obvious excessive force.”
Stroye was handcuffed during the incident and was accused of sneaking into a hotel with his 16-year-old girlfriend and using the pool.
Nucera resigned in 2017 and has been accused of hate-crime assault, just as social equality violations and lying to the FBI. Investigators state Nucera has a background marked by making racist comments. And, to help the charge Roohr and a few different cops provided tapes of Nucera heaving racial slurs including one in which he expresses: “It’s gonna get to the point where I could shoot one of these [N-words].”
In another incident tires on a squad vehicle were cut and Nucera could be heard saying: “These [N-word] are like ISIS, they have no value. They should line them all up and mow ’em down. I’d like to be on the firing line, I could do it.”
“The conduct alleged is a shocking breach of the duty of every police officer to provide equal justice under the law and never to mistreat a person in custody,” U.S. Attorney William Fitzpatrick added. “As a result, the former chief of police is now a charged federal criminal defendant.”
Nucera’s lawyer denies the charge and says they’ve just been raised in light of the fact that his previous subordinates didn’t care for his disciplinary activities. If convicted Nucera faces up to 20 years in prison and will forfeit his $8,800 a year pension.