Seek credibility in N.J police action...

Seek credibility in N.J police action encounters | Editorial

The complications surrounding modern allegations of police brutality, as well as unwarranted attacks on police officers, are illuminated by some interlocking court proceedings in Cumberland County. Last week, the activist -- Walter L. Hudson Sr. -- was ordered by an arbitrator to pay $131,000 to the policeman, who sued the activist and two Penns Grove officials over injuries the policeman received at a 2014 middle-school basketball game.

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