Protests Erupt After NJ Police Officer Found Not Guilty of Beating Black Teen

Nicole Rojas
Jun 2, 2019 - 5:00

More than 50 demonstrators took to the streets of Carteret, New Jersey on May 26 to protest a recent court decision that found a white police officer not guilty of brutally beating a teenage boy during a 2017 arrest. Officer Joseph Reiman was acquitted of assault, misconduct charges, and falsifying reports stemming from the beating of then 16-year-old Monte Stewart during the teen’s arrest, according to

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