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Defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, speaks to the media about his client Chad Holley outside the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017. 

Defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, speaks to the media about his client Chad Holley outside the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017. 

Photo: Melissa Phillip | Houston Chronicle

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Chad Holley with his defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, in the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017, as Judge Robert Johnson takes up prosecutors motion to revoke his probation. 

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Chad Holley with his defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, in the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017, as Judge Robert Johnson takes up

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Defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, stands with his client Chad Holley in the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017, as Judge Robert Johnson takes up prosecutors motion to revoke his probation. 

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Defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, stands with his client Chad Holley in the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017, as Judge Robert Johnson takes

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Defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, is with clients Chad Holley in the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017, as a judge takes up prosecutors motion to revoke his probation.

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Defense attorney, J. Philip Scardino, is with clients Chad Holley in the 177th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, 1201 Franklin, Friday, June 30, 2017, as a judge takes up prosecutors

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Chad Holley, with his mother Joyce Holley and Quanell X enters the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley, with his mother Joyce Holley and Quanell X enters the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley, with his mother Joyce Holley and Quanell X enters the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley, with his mother Joyce Holley and Quanell X enters the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley signs his court reschedule papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley signs his court reschedule papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley signs his court reschedule papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley signs his court reschedule papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley listens as Quanell X speaks to the media after Chad signed his court rescheduled papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley listens as Quanell X speaks to the media after Chad signed his court rescheduled papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley listens as Quanell X speaks to the media after Chad signed his court rescheduled papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley listens as Quanell X speaks to the media after Chad signed his court rescheduled papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley listens as Quanell X speaks to the media after Chad signed his court rescheduled papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley listens as Quanell X speaks to the media after Chad signed his court rescheduled papers at the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley outside the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley outside the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley walks with Quanell X after leaving the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley walks with Quanell X after leaving the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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Chad Holley walks with Quanell X after leaving the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

Chad Holley walks with Quanell X after leaving the 178th court in Houston, Texas, on Friday, June 15. (Thomas B. Shea / For the Chronicle )

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National Black United Front chairman Kofi Taharka and the other two demonstrators wait to appear before the judge. (Mayra Beltran / Chronicle)

National Black United Front chairman Kofi Taharka and the other two demonstrators wait to appear before the judge. (Mayra Beltran / Chronicle)

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Attorney Jolanda Jones represents the three demonstrators, Krystal Muhammad, of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos, and Kofi Taharka, chairman of National Black United Front, as they appear in the County Criminal Court at Law #5 for an appearance before Judge Margaret Harris at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse on Friday, May 25, 2012, in Houston. (Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less
Attorney Jolanda Jones represents the three demonstrators, Krystal Muhammad, of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos, and Kofi Taharka, chairman of National Black United … more

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Demonstrators Krystal Muhammad, of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, Kofi Taharka, chairman of National Black United Front, and Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos, leave after appearning before Judge Margaret Harris at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse on Friday, May 25, 2012, in Houston. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less
Demonstrators Krystal Muhammad, of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, Kofi Taharka, chairman of National Black United Front, and Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos, leave after appearning before Judge … more

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Jean Wilkins Dember, of National Black United Front (NBUF), accompanies demonstrators NBUF chairman Kofi Taharka, Krystal Muhammad of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, and attorney Maria Elena Castellanos as they prepare to appear before the judge at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse on Friday, May 25, 2012, in Houston. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less
Jean Wilkins Dember, of National Black United Front (NBUF), accompanies demonstrators NBUF chairman Kofi Taharka, Krystal Muhammad of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, and attorney Maria Elena Castellanos … more

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Demonstrators Krystal Muhammad, of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos, and Kofi Taharka, chairman of National Black United Front, walk into County Criminal Court at Law #5 for an appearance before Judge Margaret Harris at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse on Friday, May 25, 2012, in Houston. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less
Demonstrators Krystal Muhammad, of the New Black Panther Party of Houston, Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos, and Kofi Taharka, chairman of National Black United Front, walk into County Criminal Court at Law #5 … more

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Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos and members of the National Black United Front wait for their hearing with Hon. Margaret Harris at the Harris County Crimminal Courthouse on May 25, 2012. They were arrested Friday May 18, 2012. (Mayra Beltran / Chronicle) less
Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos and members of the National Black United Front wait for their hearing with Hon. Margaret Harris at the Harris County Crimminal Courthouse on May 25, 2012. They were arrested … more

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New Black United Front member Kofi Taharka is arrested for criminal trespass at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Friday afternoon May 18, 2012, after refusing to leave. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

New Black United Front member Kofi Taharka is arrested for criminal trespass at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Friday afternoon May 18, 2012, after refusing to leave. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos is arrested for criminal trespass at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Friday afternoon May 18, 2012, after refusing to leave. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos is arrested for criminal trespass at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Friday afternoon May 18, 2012, after refusing to leave. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos prior to arrest at the Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Attorney Maria Elena Castellanos prior to arrest at the Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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The media bear down on the protesters on the floor of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office before their arrest Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

The media bear down on the protesters on the floor of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office before their arrest Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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Protesters at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office are arrested Friday afternoon May 18, 2012, after refusing to leave. (Brian Rogers / Chronicle)

Protesters at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office are arrested Friday afternoon May 18, 2012, after refusing to leave. (Brian Rogers / Chronicle)

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New Black United Front members and others protest by laying down, not unlike Chad Holley before his controversial arrest and police beating in 2010, in the office of Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle) less
New Black United Front members and others protest by laying down, not unlike Chad Holley before his controversial arrest and police beating in 2010, in the office of Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos … more

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First assistant DA Jim Leitner with Kofi Taharka and Krystal Muhammad of the New Black United Front refusing to leave the Harris County District Attorney’s offices Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle) less
First assistant DA Jim Leitner with Kofi Taharka and Krystal Muhammad of the New Black United Front refusing to leave the Harris County District Attorney’s offices Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / … more

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Kofi Taharka of the New Black United Front with Jolanda Jones and attorney Maria Elena Castellanos at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Kofi Taharka of the New Black United Front with Jolanda Jones and attorney Maria Elena Castellanos at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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Statement by Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos issued in response to a request for a meeting by the of the New Black United Front (Brian Rogers / Chronicle)

Statement by Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos issued in response to a request for a meeting by the of the New Black United Front (Brian Rogers / Chronicle)

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Kofi Taharka of the New Black United Front with Jolanda Jones and attorney Maria Elena Castellanos at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Kofi Taharka of the New Black United Front with Jolanda Jones and attorney Maria Elena Castellanos at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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Krystal Muhammad of the New Black United Front next to security officer at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Krystal Muhammad of the New Black United Front next to security officer at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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“You can arrest us right now,” Krystal Muhammad of the New Black United Front says as she refuses to leave the Harris County District Attorney’s offices Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

“You can arrest us right now,” Krystal Muhammad of the New Black United Front says as she refuses to leave the Harris County District Attorney’s offices Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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From left, the Rev. James Nash, Robert Muhammad, Quanell X and the Rev. James Dixon at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

From left, the Rev. James Nash, Robert Muhammad, Quanell X and the Rev. James Dixon at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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Quanell X at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Quanell X at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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The Rev. James Nash, Robert Muhammad, Quanell X and the Rev. James Dixon at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

The Rev. James Nash, Robert Muhammad, Quanell X and the Rev. James Dixon at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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From left, the Rev. James Nash, Robert Muhammad, Quanell X and the Rev. James Dixon at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

From left, the Rev. James Nash, Robert Muhammad, Quanell X and the Rev. James Dixon at Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos’ office Friday, May 18, 2012. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

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Activist Quanell X rallies the crowd in front of the Harris County Criminal Justice Center during the protest on May 17, the day after the verdict. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

Activist Quanell X rallies the crowd in front of the Harris County Criminal Justice Center during the protest on May 17, the day after the verdict. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

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Bishop James Dixon at the protest. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

Bishop James Dixon at the protest. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

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Demonstrators carry signs as they rally. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

Demonstrators carry signs as they rally. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

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Harris County sheriff’s deputies stand on the steps of courthouse as they watch over protesters. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

Harris County sheriff’s deputies stand on the steps of courthouse as they watch over protesters. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

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An officer watching over the protest. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

An officer watching over the protest. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

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Marchers at the protest. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

Marchers at the protest. (Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle)

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Protesters march. (Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle)

Protesters march. (Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle)

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(Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle)

(Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle)

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Protesters James Ridley and Samantha Williams pray. (Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle)

Protesters James Ridley and Samantha Williams pray. (Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle)

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Former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg and his wife, Larissa, left, walk out with attorney Dick DeGuerin after being not guilty Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston.

Former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg and his wife, Larissa, left, walk out with attorney Dick DeGuerin after being not guilty Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston.

Photo: James Nielsen, Chronicle

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Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg reacts to being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg reacts to being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official … more

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Former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg walks out of the Harris County Criminal Justice Center with his attorney, Dick DeGuerin, left, after being not guilty Wednesday, May 16, 2012.

Former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg walks out of the Harris County Criminal Justice Center with his attorney, Dick DeGuerin, left, after being not guilty Wednesday, May 16, 2012.

Photo: James Nielsen, Chronicle

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Quanell X leans on the railing outside the Harris County Criminal Justice Center after a jury found former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg not guilty of official oppression Wednesday in the videotaped beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. (James Nielsen / Chronicle) less
Quanell X leans on the railing outside the Harris County Criminal Justice Center after a jury found former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg not guilty of official oppression Wednesday in the videotaped beating of … more

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Activist Quanell X reacts to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Activist Quanell X reacts to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on … more

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Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg, center, arrives to court during his trial Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. The jury began deliberations in the case Tuesday. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg, center, arrives to court during his trial Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of … more

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Activist Quanell X arrives for the trial against former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Activist Quanell X arrives for the trial against former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating … more

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Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg embraces his wife Larissa as he reacts to being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg embraces his wife Larissa as he reacts to being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. … more

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Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg embraces his parents as they react to him being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg embraces his parents as they react to him being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. … more

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Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg reacts to being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg reacts to being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official … more

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Activist Quanell X, center, reacts to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Activist Quanell X, center, reacts to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. … more

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Activist Quanell X, center, reacts to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Activist Quanell X, center, reacts to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. … more

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Activist Quanell X, left, and other activists react to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg was on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Activist Quanell X, left, and other activists react to former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg being found innocent of the charge of official oppression in a Harris County court Wednesday, May 16, 2012, … more

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Prosecutor Clint Greenwood gives his closing argument during the trial of former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Prosecutor Clint Greenwood gives his closing argument during the trial of former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the … more

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Prosecutor Eric Bily holds his hands behind his head as he gives closing arguments during the trial against former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Prosecutor Eric Bily holds his hands behind his head as he gives closing arguments during the trial against former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial … more

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Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin gives his closing argument during the trial against former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg, as they arrive to court Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin gives his closing argument during the trial against former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg, as they arrive to court Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial … more

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A group of Houston Police officers stand outside the courtroom before closing arguments in the trial against former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. The officers were later told they could return. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
A group of Houston Police officers stand outside the courtroom before closing arguments in the trial against former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for … more

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Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin stands next to his client, former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg, as a group of HPD officers are ordered from the courtroom Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin stands next to his client, former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg, as a group of HPD officers are ordered from the courtroom Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is … more

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A group of Houston Police officers stand outside the courtroom before closing arguments in the trial against former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. The officers were later told they could return. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
A group of Houston Police officers stand outside the courtroom before closing arguments in the trial against former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for … more

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Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin walks with his client, former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg, left, as they arrive to court Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin walks with his client, former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg, left, as they arrive to court Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression … more

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Ken Katsaris, a police policy expert, testifies during the trial against former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Ken Katsaris, a police policy expert, testifies during the trial against former Houston Police officer Andrew Blomberg Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video … more

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Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin, left, sits with his client, former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg, during the trial against Blomberg Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin, left, sits with his client, former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg, during the trial against Blomberg Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official … more

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Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg sits in the courtroom Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg sits in the courtroom Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( … more

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Houston police Sgt. Thomas Griffin testifies in the trail against former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Houston police Sgt. Thomas Griffin testifies in the trail against former HPD officer Andrew Blomberg Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 … more

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District Court Judge Ruben Guerrero listens to arguments at the bench from prosecutor Clint Greenwood, left, and defense attorney Dick DeGuerin during the trail against former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
District Court Judge Ruben Guerrero listens to arguments at the bench from prosecutor Clint Greenwood, left, and defense attorney Dick DeGuerin during the trail against former Houston police officer Andrew … more

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Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg arrives to court Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle ) less
Former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg arrives to court Monday, May 14, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is on trial for official oppression in the video taped 2010 beating of 15-year-old Chad Holley. ( Brett … more

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Chad Holley, right, talks to his attorney Benjamin Hall, III, before taking the stand during Andrew Blomberg’s trial, an ex-Houston Police Officer who beat him, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. The ex-officer is accused in the videotaped beating of a teen burglary suspect. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle ) (Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle) less
Chad Holley, right, talks to his attorney Benjamin Hall, III, before taking the stand during Andrew Blomberg’s trial, an ex-Houston Police Officer who beat him, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County … more

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Andrew Blomberg, an ex-Houston Police Officer, looks into the audience before his trial for beating a teenage burglary suspect Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle ) (Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle) less
Andrew Blomberg, an ex-Houston Police Officer, looks into the audience before his trial for beating a teenage burglary suspect Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. ( … more

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Chad Holley, answers questions about the injuries he received when he was beaten by Andrew Blomberg and other ex-Houston Police Officers, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. The beating the officers gave to the teen-age burglary suspect was videotaped. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle ) (Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle) less
Chad Holley, answers questions about the injuries he received when he was beaten by Andrew Blomberg and other ex-Houston Police Officers, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in … more

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Chad Holley, demonstrates how he put his hands when he was beaten by Andrew Blomberg and other ex-Houston Police Officers, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. The beating the officers gave to the teen-age burglary suspect was videotaped. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle ) less
Chad Holley, demonstrates how he put his hands when he was beaten by Andrew Blomberg and other ex-Houston Police Officers, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. The … more

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Chad Holley, answers questions about the injuries he received when he was beaten by Andrew Blomberg and other ex-Houston Police Officers, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. The beating the officers gave to the teen-age burglary suspect was videotaped. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle less
Chad Holley, answers questions about the injuries he received when he was beaten by Andrew Blomberg and other ex-Houston Police Officers, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in … more

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Andrew Blomberg, an ex-Houston Police Officer, looks around as his legal team sorts through paperwork before his trial for beating a teenage burglary suspect Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle ) less
Andrew Blomberg, an ex-Houston Police Officer, looks around as his legal team sorts through paperwork before his trial for beating a teenage burglary suspect Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal … more

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Andrew Blomberg, an ex-Houston Police Officer, walks to the 175th District Court to attend his trial for beating a teenage burglary suspect Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle ) less
Andrew Blomberg, an ex-Houston Police Officer, walks to the 175th District Court to attend his trial for beating a teenage burglary suspect Thursday, May 3, 2012, in the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in … more

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Andrew Blomberg, left, sits with his attorney Dick DeGuerin, right, in the Ceremonial Courtroom of Harris County Criminal Courthouse Monday, April 23, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is charged with official oppression after he was caught on video allegedly beating 15-year-old teen Chad Holley while trying to detain several suspects fleeing a burglary scene without drawing his gun. (Cody Duty / Houston Chronicle) (Cody Duty / Houston Chronicle) less
Andrew Blomberg, left, sits with his attorney Dick DeGuerin, right, in the Ceremonial Courtroom of Harris County Criminal Courthouse Monday, April 23, 2012, in Houston. Blomberg is charged with official … more

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Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin stops and talks to the media at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2011, in Houston, after a hearing for four Houston police officers who were indicted after appearing to beat, kick and stomp on a teen burglary suspect last year in a surveillance video were expected to ask for a change of venue. The judge ruled that the case would be tried in Houston. ( Karen Warren / Houston Chronicle ) (Karen Warren / Houston Chronicle) less
Defense attorney Dick DeGuerin stops and talks to the media at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2011, in Houston, after a hearing for four Houston police officers who were indicted after … more

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HPD officer Andrew Blomberg, right, and Raad Hassan, stand during a break in the 174th District Court during a change of venue hearing at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in Houston. Defense attorneys say HPD officers, Blomberg, Hassan, Philip Bryan, and Drew Ryser cannot receive a fair trial in Harris County because of a video that was released regarding the case.
The video was recorded by a surveillance camera around 4 p.m. March 24, 2010, at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage at 8450 Cook near Beechnut shows Chad Holley, then 15, running away from police before he is clipped by an HPD cruiser. The boy then falls to the ground, rolls on the grass, flips onto his stomach and clamps his hands behind his head as officers appear to attack him forcefully.
( Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle) less
HPD officer Andrew Blomberg, right, and Raad Hassan, stand during a break in the 174th District Court during a change of venue hearing at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in … more

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HPD officer Andrew Blomberg, right, walks out of the 174th District Court during a change of venue hearing at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in Houston. Defense attorneys say HPD officers, Blomberg, Philip Bryan, Raad Hassan and Drew Ryser cannot receive a fair trial in Harris County because of a video that was released regarding the case.
The video was recorded by a surveillance camera around 4 p.m. March 24, 2010, at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage at 8450 Cook near Beechnut shows Chad Holley, then 15, running away from police before he is clipped by an HPD cruiser. The boy then falls to the ground, rolls on the grass, flips onto his stomach and clamps his hands behind his head as officers appear to attack him forcefully.
( Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle) less
HPD officer Andrew Blomberg, right, walks out of the 174th District Court during a change of venue hearing at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in Houston. Defense attorneys say … more

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Next to state District Judge Ruben Guerrero, right, HPD Chief Charles McClelland testified that HPD officers, Andrew Blomberg, Phil Bryan, Raad Hassan and Drew Ryser videotaped beating a teenage burglary suspect will be able to get a fair trial in Houston during a change of venue hearing in the 174th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in Houston. The video was recorded by a surveillance camera around 4 p.m. March 24, 2010, at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage at 8450 Cook near Beechnut shows Chad Holley, then 15, running away from police before he is clipped by an HPD cruiser. The boy then falls to the ground, rolls on the grass, flips onto his stomach and clamps his hands behind his head as officers appear to attack him forcefully.
( Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle) less
Next to state District Judge Ruben Guerrero, right, HPD Chief Charles McClelland testified that HPD officers, Andrew Blomberg, Phil Bryan, Raad Hassan and Drew Ryser videotaped beating a teenage burglary … more

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HPD officer Andrew Blomberg, right, walks out of the 174th District Court during a change of venue hearing at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in Houston. Defense attorneys say HPD officers, Blomberg, Philip Bryan, Raad Hassan and Drew Ryser cannot receive a fair trial in Harris County because of a video that was released regarding the case. The video was recorded by a surveillance camera around 4 p.m. March 24, 2010, at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage at 8450 Cook near Beechnut shows Chad Holley, then 15, running away from police before he is clipped by an HPD cruiser. The boy then falls to the ground, rolls on the grass, flips onto his stomach and clamps his hands behind his head as officers appear to attack him forcefully. ( Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle) less
HPD officer Andrew Blomberg, right, walks out of the 174th District Court during a change of venue hearing at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in Houston. Defense attorneys … more

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Mayor Annise Parker talks with judge Ruben Guerrero during a change in venue hearing where she said that she believes HPD officers, Andrew Blomberg, Phil Bryan, Raad Hasan and Drew Ryser videotaped beating a teenage burglary suspect will be able to get a fair trial in Houston as she testified in the 174th District Court at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in Houston. The video was recorded by a surveillance camera around 4 p.m. March 24, 2010, at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage at 8450 Cook near Beechnut shows Chad Holley, then 15, running away from police before he is clipped by an HPD cruiser. The boy then falls to the ground, rolls on the grass, flips onto his stomach and clamps his hands behind his head as officers appear to attack him forcefully.
( Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle) less
Mayor Annise Parker talks with judge Ruben Guerrero during a change in venue hearing where she said that she believes HPD officers, Andrew Blomberg, Phil Bryan, Raad Hasan and Drew Ryser videotaped beating a … more

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Sheila Jackson Lee, U.S. Congress, Texas’ 18th District, shows a vid capture of the Chad Holley video as she talked about her efforts to have the authorities made accountable by the public during a press conference in the Mickey Leland Federal Building Monday, Feb. 14, 2011, in Houston. ( Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle ) (Nick de la Torre / Houston Chronicle) less
Sheila Jackson Lee, U.S. Congress, Texas’ 18th District, shows a vid capture of the Chad Holley video as she talked about her efforts to have the authorities made accountable by the public during a press … more

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Cyndi Payton is praised by the crowd for leaking the security tape to Minister Qunaell X of the police beating of Chad Holley during a NAACP town hall meeting at Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Feb. 8, 2011, to discuss the beating of Chad Holley by HPD police last spring and the video of the act that was released to the media last week. (Billy Smith/ Houston Chronicle) (Billy Smith II / Chronicle) less
Cyndi Payton is praised by the crowd for leaking the security tape to Minister Qunaell X of the police beating of Chad Holley during a NAACP town hall meeting at Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Feb. 8, … more

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Cyndi Payton stand next to Minister Quanell X as he praises Payton for leaking the security tape of the police beating of Chad Holley during a NAACP town hall meeting at Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Feb. 8, 2011, to discuss the beating of Chad Holley by HPD police last spring and the video of the act that was released to the media last week. (Billy Smith/ Houston Chronicle) (Billy Smith II / Chronicle) less
Cyndi Payton stand next to Minister Quanell X as he praises Payton for leaking the security tape of the police beating of Chad Holley during a NAACP town hall meeting at Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church, … more

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Joyce Holley, (right) mother of Chad Holley, 15, (left) explains how she found out her son was allegedly beaten up by Houston police officers during a press conference outside the South Chase Apartment complex Thursday, April 29, 2010, in Houston.
Quanell X alleges he has obtained a video tape from March 24th showing HPD officers beating up Chad Holley when he had already peacefully surrendered. The video was giving to HPD for investigation.
Holley is scheduled to appear in juvenile court June 1, on burglary charges.
( Johnny Hanson / Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle) less
Joyce Holley, (right) mother of Chad Holley, 15, (left) explains how she found out her son was allegedly beaten up by Houston police officers during a press conference outside the South Chase Apartment complex … more

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Chad Holley (right) who was allegedly beaten and taken to a hospital after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March, listens during a press conference as Minister Quanell X, along with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, gather Tuesday, May 4, 2010, in Houston to release graphic images of injuries sustained by a Holley during the incident March 24, 2010 in Houston with eight Houston Police Department officers. ( Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle ) (Michael Paulsen / Chronicle) less
Chad Holley (right) who was allegedly beaten and taken to a hospital after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March, listens during a press conference as Minister Quanell X, along with members … more

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Chad Holley (second from right) demonstrates how he allegedly surrendered before he was beaten and taken to a hospital after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March, as Minister Quanell X (left) and his mother Joyce Holley (right) look on during a during a press conference as with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, gather Tuesday, May 4, 2010, in Houston to release graphic images of injuries sustained by a Holley during the incident March 24, 2010 in Houston with eight Houston Police Department officers. ( Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle ) (Michael Paulsen / Chronicle) less
Chad Holley (second from right) demonstrates how he allegedly surrendered before he was beaten and taken to a hospital after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March, as Minister Quanell X … more

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Chad Holley (second from right) stands beside his mother, Joyce Holley (right) as Minister Quanell X (left) describes the events surrounding the alleged beating of Chad Holley after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March, during a press conference Tuesday, May 4, 2010, in Houston with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, to release graphic images of injuries sustained by Holley. ( Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle ) (Michael Paulsen / Chronicle) less
Chad Holley (second from right) stands beside his mother, Joyce Holley (right) as Minister Quanell X (left) describes the events surrounding the alleged beating of Chad Holley after an encounter with eight … more

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Chad Holley (second from right) stands beside his mother, Joyce Holley (right) as Minister Quanell X (left) talks with lawyer Wilvin Carter about the alleged beating of Chad Holley after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March, during a press conference Tuesday, May 4, 2010, in Houston with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, to release graphic images of injuries sustained by Holley. ( Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle ) (Michael Paulsen / Chronicle) less
Chad Holley (second from right) stands beside his mother, Joyce Holley (right) as Minister Quanell X (left) talks with lawyer Wilvin Carter about the alleged beating of Chad Holley after an encounter with eight … more

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Minister Quanell X, along with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, gather Tuesday, May 4, 2010, in Houston to hold a press conference to release graphic images of injuries sustained by a teen victim at the hands of eight Houston Police Department officers on March 24, 2010 in Houston. ( Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle ) (Michael Paulsen / Chronicle) less
Minister Quanell X, along with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, gather Tuesday, May … more

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Photos of Chad Holley who was allegedly beaten and taken to a hospital after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March are shown during a press conference with Minister Quanell X, along with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, gather Tuesday, May 4, 2010, in Houston to hold a press conference to release graphic images of injuries sustained by a teen victim at the hands of eight Houston Police Department officers on March 24, 2010 in Houston. ( Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle ) (Michael Paulsen / Chronicle) less
Photos of Chad Holley who was allegedly beaten and taken to a hospital after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March are shown during a press conference with Minister Quanell X, along with … more

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Chad Holley (second from right) stands beside his mother, Joyce Holley (right) as Minister Quanell X (left) describes the events surrounding the alleged beating of Chad Holley after an encounter with eight Houston police officers in March, during a press conference Tuesday, May 4, 2010, in Houston with members of the NAACP, S.H.A.P.E. Community Center, the Nation of Islam, Ministers Against Crime, the National Black United Front and other community leaders, to release graphic images of injuries sustained by Holley. ( Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle ) (Michael Paulsen / Chronicle) less
Chad Holley (second from right) stands beside his mother, Joyce Holley (right) as Minister Quanell X (left) describes the events surrounding the alleged beating of Chad Holley after an encounter with eight … more

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During a press conference outside the South Chase Apartment complex Chad Holley, 15, (left) looks on as community activist Quanell X (center) and Chad’s mother, Joyce Holley (right), explain how Chad Holley was allegedly beaten up by Houston police officers last month, Thursday, April 29, 2010, in Houston.
Quanell X alleges he has obtained a video tape from March 24th showing HPD officers beating up Chad Holley when he had already peacefully surrendered. The video was giving to HPD for investigation.
Holley is scheduled to appear in juvenile court June 1, on burglary charges.
( Johnny Hanson / Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle) less
During a press conference outside the South Chase Apartment complex Chad Holley, 15, (left) looks on as community activist Quanell X (center) and Chad’s mother, Joyce Holley (right), explain how Chad Holley was … more

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During a press conference outside the South Chase Apartment complex Chad Holley, 15, (left) looks on as community activist Quanell X (center) and Chad’s mother, Joyce Holley (right), explain how Chad Holley was allegedly beaten up by Houston police officers last month, Thursday, April 29, 2010, in Houston.
Quanell X alleges he has obtained a video tape from March 24th showing HPD officers beating up Chad Holley when he had already peacefully surrendered. The video was giving to HPD for investigation.
Holley is scheduled to appear in juvenile court June 1, on burglary charges.
( Johnny Hanson / Chronicle ) (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle) less
During a press conference outside the South Chase Apartment complex Chad Holley, 15, (left) looks on as community activist Quanell X (center) and Chad’s mother, Joyce Holley (right), explain how Chad Holley was … more

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Andrew Blomberg, HPD officer indicted in videotaped beating of robbery suspect.

Andrew Blomberg, HPD officer indicted in videotaped beating of robbery suspect.

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Andrew Blomberg, one of four officers indicted on misdemeanor charges in connection with the beating of a burglary suspect in an incident that was caught on videotape.

Andrew Blomberg, one of four officers indicted on misdemeanor charges in connection with the beating of a burglary suspect in an incident that was caught on videotape.

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