New Jersey Police Chief Says Black People ‘Have No Value’ And Should All Be Executed

According to CNN, the former police chief of a small New Jersey town said African-Americans had “no value” and were “like ISIS,” and said he wanted to put them before a firing squad, and now the racist has been arrested.

Sixty-year-old Nucera is facing a hate crime charge and a federal civil rights charge. FBI Special Agent Vernon Addison wrote in an affidavit that Nucera “has a significant history of making racist comments concerning African Americans, to whom he frequently referred to as ‘n*ggers’”.

One of Nucera’s officers “made numerous recordings” of Nucera that “contained extremely offensive racist comments” over the course of a year because he was “alarmed” by Nucera’s racism, according to the affidavit.

The federal charges against Nucera relate to a Sept. 1, 2016, police encounter involving an 18-year-old African-American man and 16-year-old African-American girl.

A hotel manager called police because he said the pair hadn’t paid for their hotel room the night before and were swimming in the hotel pool. The FBI affidavit states that their encounter with police “escalated into a physical struggle,” that both teens “resisted arrest” and that one of the officers used pepper spray.

The boy at first requested to go to the hospital after arriving at the police station, but later retracted that request, NBC said. The officer who recorded Nucera reported that Nucera then used racial slurs to discuss the couple and their family.

Nucera was arrested on hate crimes and civil rights violations — charges which carry a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison — but was released on $500,000 bond and ordered to give up his guns.