Atlantic City seeks to conceal Internal Affairs history in police brutality case

April 9, 2018 GMT

By Staff

The Atlantic City Police Department, which just a month ago was ordered by a federal jury to pay $300,000 to a man who was beaten by three officers and mauled by a police dog, is back in federal court in Camden to fend off yet another claim of police brutality.

Anthony Moore, a 44-year-old Drexel Hill man, says Officer Franco Sydnor assaulted him, striking his head repeatedly with a baton and kneeing him in the ribs, while Sydnor and other security personnel were ejecting Moore and his friends from Bally’s Atlantic City on Oct. 6, 2012.

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