Feds Charge 3 Pomona Police Officers For Civil Rights Abuse After Beating Up 16-Year-Old Kid & Trying To Cover It Up!

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Three officers with the Pomona Police Department were indicted Thursday for alleged civil rights violations that occurred during the arrest of a teenage boy at the Los Angeles County Fair two years ago, as well as an alleged cover-up by the senior officer. Sgt. Michael Neaderbaomer, Officer Chad Jensen and Officer Prince Hutchinson pleaded not guilty to multiple counts, including use of force, witness tampering, and falsifying records, all stemming from the September 16, 2015 incident, during which the two officers beat then-16-year-old Christian Aguilar. The officers allegedly wrote a false police report to “justify the use of force” against Aguilar, who was not named in the federal indictment. The report claims the teen came within arm’s length of another officer who was arresting a suspect and then attempted to punch Jensen in the face, while trying to “incite unrest.”

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