N.J. police brutality exposed

August 1999
New York Amsterdam News;08/05/99, Vol. 90 Issue 32, p1
Reports that Haitian-American Max Antoine is claiming that he was a victim of police brutality in Irvington, New Jersey. Details of Antoine's charges; Injuries suffered by Antoine; Offenses filed against him by the police; Lawsuits filed by Antoine against the New Jersey police; Absence of mass media coverage on Antoine's plight.


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