New Jersey Chief Frank Nucera Caught Saying Racist Things About Black Suspects

The former chief of a small New Jersey city’s police division was charged this week with a hate crime for allegedly making racist remarks about black individuals and badaulting one younger suspect whom he referred to with a slur.

Frank Nucera Jr.’s “racial animus” was captured on tape by an officer who’d been secretly recording him over the course of a number of months whereas on the job in Bordentown Township, a predominantly white neighborhood of lower than 12,000 individuals close to Trenton, in accordance with a legal criticism unsealed in federal courtroom. During that point, Nucera made derogatory remarks about different black suspects, and black individuals on the whole, in accordance with transcripts of recordings submitted by an FBI agent.




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Frank Nucera, a former NJ police chief, is accused of a hate crime.