A federal civil rights lawsuit accuses four Clovis police officers of beating then-20-year-old George Macias Jr. and using a stun gun on him in September 2012. Police accused Macias of resisting arrest, but a jury in 2014 found him not guilty of the charge. This photo provided by Macias’ lawyer Charles Tony Piccuta shows what he says are injuries Macias suffered during the September 2012 arrest.
A federal civil rights lawsuit accuses four Clovis police officers of beating then-20-year-old George Macias Jr. and using a stun gun on him in September 2012. Police accused Macias of resisting arrest, but a jury in 2014 found him not guilty of the charge. This photo provided by Macias’ lawyer Charles Tony Piccuta shows what he says are injuries Macias suffered during the September 2012 arrest. Provided by attorney Charles Tony Piccuta Special to The Bee
A federal civil rights lawsuit accuses four Clovis police officers of beating then-20-year-old George Macias Jr. and using a stun gun on him in September 2012. Police accused Macias of resisting arrest, but a jury in 2014 found him not guilty of the charge. This photo provided by Macias’ lawyer Charles Tony Piccuta shows what he says are injuries Macias suffered during the September 2012 arrest. Provided by attorney Charles Tony Piccuta Special to The Bee

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