The judges of St. Louis came back with a mixed resolution of police officers accused of beating an undercover detective

Assistant judges at St. Louis returned a mixed ruling Monday in the case of three police officers accused of beating another undercover detective.

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Luther Hall, who was identified as a public defendant, hid it in 2017 during a protest over the shooting of a Black police officer. Hall, itself, is dark. His case alleges that all police officers involved in the attack were white.

It was during a protest that police reportedly stormed the Hall. His claim said the incident caused herniated discs, rotator cuff tears, rashes, a damaged tail, and "fractures, abrasions and other injuries."

Members of the St. Louis Police Department. Louis imprisoned Luther Hall during a series of unjust racial protests in St. Petersburg. Louis, Missouri, September 17, 2017.

Members of the St. Louis Police Department. Louis imprisoned Luther Hall during a series of unjust racial protests in St. Petersburg. Louis, Missouri, September 17, 2017.

Four police officers were charged in 2018 in connection with the case. The four officers identified were Dustin Boone, Randy Hays, Christopher Myers and Baley Colletta.

A fifth police officer, Steven Korte, was appointed by prosecutors as one of three officers - along with Boone and Myers - who threw Hall down and beat him.

On Monday, the judges reversed Korte and Myers's acquittal in a case of denial of rights under the color of the law, according to CNN's KMOV and KSDK.

A mistrial was also announced in the same case in Boone.

In addition, Korte was found not guilty of lying to the FBI. Myers was declared a felony in connection with a charge of tampering with evidence, officials said.

Colletta pleaded guilty on September 6, 2019, to one count of making false statements to the chief justice. He was charged with lying to the chief justice and investigators about what he saw that day. He will be sentenced on April 10, according to a US Department of Justice statement.

Hays also pleaded guilty on November 18, 2018, to constitutional deprivation, according to a statement from the Department of Justice.

CNN reached out to Hall's attorneys, but emails and phone calls were not returned on Monday. A spokesman for the U.S. attorney general's office told CNN that the office "has no comment, yet, as the case is still pending."

The Ethical Society of Police has expressed its disagreement with Monday's decision in a statement.

"Police continue to evade the consequences of their actions," ESOP said. "The justice system continues to show that African-American victims of police violence do not get the same justice when white police are accused of forcing African Americans."

ESOP describes itself as a group founded by African American police to deal with racial discrimination in the city of St. Louis.

Hall worked as a covert protester

The case stems from an incident on September 17, 2017, in which officials were assigned to the Disobedience Team, which controls the crowds, in anticipation of a condemnation protest in St. Petersburg. Louis Officer Jason Stockley, who shot and killed Anthony Lamar Smith, a black man, in 2011, according to the 2018 case.

Protests erupted over Stockley's conviction. Hall - a 22-year-old veteran of the force - was in the crowd with his colleagues working secretly as a protest against crime so that law enforcement could arrest them, according to Hall.

During the protests, court papers allege that Boone, Myers and Korte arrived at the Hall, threw him to the ground and brutally beat him and severely injured him, which required extensive surgery. The 2018 case said police were accused of kicking Hall and beating him with a stick.

Prosecutors said the Hall was "law-abiding and non-threatening." Hall's complaint states that his colleague, White, was also arrested during the protest but was not beaten or injured.

Assistant judges at St. Louis returned a mixed ruling Monday in the case of three police officers accused of beating another undercover detective.

Luther Hall, who was identified as a public defendant, hid it in 2017 during a protest over the shooting of a Black police officer. Hall, itself, is dark. His case alleges that all police officers involved in the attack were white.

It was during a protest that police reportedly stormed the Hall. His claim said the incident caused herniated discs, rotator cuff tears, rashes, a damaged tail, and "fractures, abrasions and other injuries."

Members of the St. Louis Police Department. Louis imprisoned Luther Hall during a series of unjust racial protests in St. Petersburg. Louis, Missouri, September 17, 2017.

Members of the St. Louis Police Department. Louis imprisoned Luther Hall during a series of unjust racial protests in St. Petersburg. Louis, Missouri, September 17, 2017.

Four police officers were charged in 2018 in connection with the case. The four officers identified were Dustin Boone, Randy Hays, Christopher Myers and Baley Colletta.

A fifth police officer, Steven Korte, was appointed by prosecutors as one of three officers - along with Boone and Myers - who threw Hall down and beat him.

On Monday, the judges reversed Korte and Myers's acquittal in a case of denial of rights under the color of the law, according to CNN's KMOV and KSDK.

A mistrial was also announced in the same case in Boone.

In addition, Korte was found not guilty of lying to the FBI. Myers was declared a felony in connection with a charge of tampering with evidence, officials said.