California / Black / Stockton

2 California police officers were charged for beating a Black 17-year-old in the head, leaving shoe prints on his face. Stockton police beat the teen as he lay in fetal position after a chase over alleged speeding. The teen said he feared being pulled over by police in the dark.

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