Pedro Baez

The Hutchinson Report

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Executive producer of The Hutchinson Report, a weekly radio program

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A video went viral this weekend showing an officer of the California Highway Patrol beating a woman on the Eastbound side of Interstate 10 near La Brea Avenue.

CHP Under Fire after Officer Beats Woman on I-10 Freeway

A video went viral this weekend showing an officer of the California Highway Patrol beating a woman on the Eastbound side of Interstate 10 near La Brea Avenue.

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