The links below are stories published online about the recent Aundrey Green civil rights case, as well as other high profile cases which were covered in the media. The Green lawsuit contends that troopers Robert Parry, Frederick Fife and Craig Brown violated the civil rights of Aundrey Green by using excessive force after an April 22, 2002, traffic stop along a Cumberland County highway. Green, 32, had to be hospitalized for cuts to his head and body.
Youtub video of beating:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rul6AtlvxW0
August 15, 2006, Federal Judge Says Motorist has Sufficient Evidence that he was Beaten by N.J. State Troopers. Federal District Court Judge, Joseph E. Irenas denied a motion for summary judgment by the state Attorney General's Office to dismiss lawsuit filed by Aundrey Green and sets the matter down for trial.
Troopers Exonerated in 2002 Traffic StopPublished by the Star Ledger