Sep 27, 2016 9:06 AM
The Associated Press
The Massachusetts State Police trooper seen punching a man accused of leading police on high-speed chase in May has been indicted in New Hampshire.
Joseph Flynn, 32, has been indicted on two simple assault charges after being caught on camera beating Richard Simone after a multi-state car chase. Andrew Monaco - the N.H. state trooper also seen in the video - pleaded guilty to three simple assault charges last month.
Video captured by a TV news helicopter appears to show Simone surrendering and officers then punching him repeatedly.
Paperwork said Flynn struck the back and the right side of Simone's body with his hand, and his back above his waist.
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