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Luis Rivera Charged With Bronx Shooting Was Beaten By Police FD Says Then Detained

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 6 -- A defendant named Luis Rivera charged with shooting a man in a nightclub in The Bronx was the last case of the work week on Friday, March 6 before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Kevin N. Fox.

  Rivera was described as brandishing and firing a gun in the VIP room of the nigthclub, grazing the victim's neck. The US asked for detention.

   Rivera's Federal Defender countered that Rivera works as a tow truck driver in Brooklyn, and had five female supporters in the Mag Court gallery where Inner City Press was the only media. She also said that when arrested on March 4, Rivera was beating by police officers.

  Judge Fox, who earlier in the day had two decision granting release overturned by SDNY District Judges Cote and Nathan, and one upheld by Judge Daniels, said that while dangerousness had been proved by clear and convincing evidence. He ordered Luis Rivera detained, and no appeal was announced. Nor was the case yet in PACER. It is US v. Rivera, 20-mj-2593 (Fox). 


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