Three White New York Cops Indicted On Alleged Coverup Plot in Torture Case

December 1998
Jet;12/07/98, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p49
Reports on the indictment of three white police officers from New York City, New York accused of torturing a Haitian immigrant in a stationhouse bathroom. Charges that the officers attempted a coverup in the case; Details of the allegations against Thomas Bruder, Charles Schwarz and Thomas Wiese; Information about a federal grand jury indictment in February 1998 regarding the civil rights of Abner Louima; Charges against Sergeant Michael Belomo.


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