Police Brutality Case In Worcester Starts Today

The brutality trial of former  Worcester police officer Michael Motyka is scheduled to get underway  today.  

Motyka is accused of beating a handcuffed and shackled prisoner  in a police station holding cell in 2014.  

His attorney claims that  prisoner Gerald Jones was actually the aggressor, and the officer acted  in self defense.  

Motyka left the department and is currently collecting  a pension, which he could lose if convicted of a felony committed on  the job.

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