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Joe Gutierrez, a White man with a Latino surname, did not see another Latino man when he detained Caron Nazario, @julito77  writes. "In his eyes, Nazario — even wearing an Army uniform — was a threat just because he was Black."

The Army's top enlisted soldier denounces an incident last December in which two police officers in Virginia pulled their guns on a Black and Latino lieutenant and pepper-sprayed him during a traffic stop.

One of the officers involved in a controversial traffic stop of a Black and Latino Army lieutenant — has been fired. Video shows how a Virginia officer pepper-sprayed Second Lieutenant Caron Nazario. He is now suing the officers. @EenaRuffini  has the latest.

Police officers in Virginia held a Black, Latino Army lieutenant at gunpoint, handcuffed him and doused him with pepper spray — all during an illegal traffic stop. One of the officers has been fired, and an investigation is ongoing.

"Last year Black and Latino Army Lieutenant Caron Nazario suffered a violent traffic stop in Windsor, Virginia. Officers claimed to have not seen his paper license plate on his new car in the rear window.

“I’m actively serving this country and this is how you’re going to treat me?” A U.S. Army lieutenant who is Black and Latino has sued two police officers, saying they assaulted him during a traffic stop in Virginia.

The video shows officers stopping U.S. Army Lt. Caron Nazario at a gas station. They drew guns and one of them pepper sprayed Nazario, who is Black and Latino.

OFFICER FIRED: Virginia police officer Joe Gutierrez has been fired after Black-Latino Army 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario was pepper-sprayed and had guns pulled on him during a traffic stop, with police saying policy wasn’t followed. @SteveOsunsami  reports.

One of two police officers accused of pepper-spraying a Black and Latino officer in the U.S. Army and drawing their weapons during a December traffic stop has been fired by the town of Windsor.

'We are done dying': NAACP, others express outrage at pepper-spraying of Black and Latino Army officer during traffic stop

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“I’m actively serving this country and this is how you’re going to treat me?” A U.S. Army lieutenant who is Black and Latino has sued two police officers, saying they assaulted him during a traffic stop in Virginia.

Police in the small town of Windsor, Virginia, found themselves in the national spotlight after being hit with a lawsuit from an Army officer, who is Black and Latino, after a traffic stop last December.

An Army second lieutenant, who is Black and Latino, is suing two Virginia police officers over a traffic stop during which the officers pointed their guns at him, pepper-sprayed him and knocked him to the ground. Bodycam video:

An Army officer who is Black and Latino was threatened and pepper-sprayed by Virginia police officers during a traffic stop, a lawsuit says.

“I’m actively serving this country and this is how you’re going to treat me?”  A U.S. Army lieutenant who is Black and Latino has sued two police officers, saying they assaulted him during a traffic stop in Virginia.

A Black/Latino U.S. Army officer is suing after Virginia police pointed guns at, threatened and pepper-sprayed him during a stop over a license plate, reports @13NewsNow . He says he was targeted due to his race, at one point telling police: "I'm honestly afraid to get out."

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