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  1. Ginger

    BREAKING: All Charges Dropped in Freddie Gray Case

    This is just crossing the wires now. --------------------------------------- Charges against the remaining three Baltimore Police Officers in the Freddie Gray case were dropped Wednesday morning. The decision was announced at the start of a pretrial motions hearing for Officer Garrett Miller...
  2. bajisima

    Officer acquitted in Freddie Gray case

    Driver of the van in the Freddie Gray case has just been acquitted, he faced the most serious of charges. Officer Found Not Guilty of Second-Degree Murder in Freddie Gray Trial - ABC News
  3. meridian5455

    Judge Questions If Crime Was Committed in Freddie Gray Officer Case

    The judge in the case of one of the officers who arrested Freddie Gray grilled prosecutors during closing arguments Thursday -- questioning whether a crime was in fact committed. “So, every time there’s an arrest without probable justification – it is a crime?” Baltimore Judge Barry Williams...
  4. meridian5455

    Remember this guy from the Freddie Gray riots in Baltimore?

    He just pleaded guilty and will serve 6 months in jail plus “hundreds of hours” of community service. From the Baltimore Sun: The plea deal for Allen Bullock, 19, was offered by Circuit Judge Charles Peters and calls for a 12-year prison sentence, with all but six months suspended. He will be...
  5. Babba

    Freddie Gray's Life

    This is a perfect example of why the idea that people should just pick themselves up by their bookstraps sometimes isn't realistic or reasonable. In other words, he had no bookstraps. But even when he tried to get it right, he was slapped down...
  6. bajisima

    Hung jury in Freddie Gray case

    A Maryland judge declared a hung jury on Wednesday in the trial of Baltimore police officer William Porter, who was charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of detainee Freddie Gray. Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams issued the ruling after the jury of seven women...
  7. excalibur

    Breaking - First Freddie Gray Jury Deadlocked ...

    ... Judge tells them to keep working. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/freddie-gray-case-jury-to-resume-deliberations-in-trial-of-officer-william-porter/2015/12/15/5f97a34a-a2af-11e5-b53d-972e2751f433_story.html
  8. the watchman

    Baltimore Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss Charges Against Cops in Freddie Gray Case.

    Freddie Gray: Baltimore Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss Charges Against Cops : People.com it's a really short article. Not a lawyer. So, I have no idea whether this is just standard procedure or not. But, Mosby isn't going anywhere and the case isn't just going to be dropped.
  9. excalibur

    Freddie Gray Autopsy

    Autopsy of Freddie Gray shows 'high-energy' impact - Baltimore Sun
  10. meridian5455

    Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby shares responsibility in Freddie Gray’s death

    It has been reported that Mosby had, in an email forwarded to one of the officers indicted in the Gray case, specifically directed officers to target the neighborhood where Freddie Gray was arrested, in response to a mentoring group that had expressed concern about heavy drug activity in the...
  11. excalibur

    Mosby Moves To Block Release of Freddie Gray Autopsy

    What is she worried about? Mosby says she'll seek order to block release of Freddie Gray autopsy report - Baltimore Sun
  12. the watchman

    Video spotlights Freddie Gray at Baker and Mount streets.

    On the morning of April 12, Michelle Gross woke up to screaming. Gross, known as "Mom" in West Baltimore's Gilmor Homes area, left her home and saw Freddie Gray — someone she called "son" — being dragged into a police van. As police drove away with Gray, she gave her phone to a neighbor who...
  13. Djinn

    Freddie Gray was poisoned.

    I'm not justifying or excusing his criminal rap sheet. This has nothing to do with what did or did not happen during his final arrest. But it's a part of the picture that's unknown to many, and it shows that regardless of the details of Gray's fate, the cards were stacked against him from the...
  14. the watchman

    CVS To Rebuild Baltimore Store Ruined In Freddie Gray Riots; City To Wave Permit Fees

    A CVS Health pharmacy store destroyed during civil unrest and rioting in Baltimore last week will be rebuilt, a store spokeswoman and the city’s development corporation confirmed to the Baltimore Sun on Monday night. Looted and burned by riots that followed peaceful protests over the...
  15. Goofball

    Freddie Gray had a long history of arrests and convictions.

    Not that this means he was guilty of anything..... Read more at snopes.com: Freddie Gray Arrest Record, Criminal History, and Rap Sheet
  16. the watchman

    Freddie Gray officer threatened to kill himself and ex-partner's husband, court doc

    The Baltimore police lieutenant charged with the manslaughter of Freddie Gray allegedly threatened to kill himself and the husband of his ex-girlfriend, during incidents that led to him being disciplined and twice having his guns confiscated. Brian Rice, who pursued and arrested Gray after the...
  17. B

    Freddie Gray officer threatened to kill himself and ex-partner's husband

    Freddie Gray officer threatened to kill himself and ex-partner's husband, court document alleges | US news | The Guardian A sharply critical 10-page complaint against Rice, which Andrew McAleer filed to a court in Maryland in January 2013, is being published in full for the first time by the...
  18. John T Ford

    Was Freddie Gray's Arrest Unlawful?

    I am having a little difficulty understanding why Prosecutor Mosby is stating that the arrest of Freddie Gray was unlawful. First of all, Baltimore has some of the strictest weapon laws and regulations in the Country. The police report clearly states that Gray was arrested for possession of...
  19. Goofball

    Charges against police in Freddie Gray case.

    I guess we will get to see this shake out in court.
  20. the watchman

    Freddie Gray’s Injury and the Police ‘Rough Ride’

    In Baltimore, they call it a “rough ride.” In Philadelphia, they had another name for it that hints at the age of the practice — a “nickel ride,” a reference to old-time amusement park rides that cost five cents. Other cities called them joy rides. The slang terms mask a dark tradition of...