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Baltimore Medical Examiner Rules Freddie Gray’s Death a Homicide

According to a copy of the autopsy report obtained by The Baltimore SunFreddie Gray’s death was a homicide. The report—which was completed on April 30 but hadn’t yet been released to the public—found that Gray suffered a single “high-energy injury” to his neck and spine and concluded that it was likely caused by sudden deceleration in the police van where he was improperly restrained and shackled. 218 more words

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Report: Autopsy of Freddie Gray shows he suffered 'high-energy' injury

A day after six Baltimore police officers pleaded not guilty to all charges in Freddie Gray’s death, a newspaper reported his autopsy shows he suffered a “high-energy injury” most likely caused by a sudden slowing of the police van holding him. 519 more words

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Freddie Gray Died From Injury Like Diving Into Shallow Water

Freddie Gray, 25, was arrested on April 12, 2015 following a foot pursuit by Baltimore police officers. He was placed in the back of a police van that stopped several times, at least once where Freddie’s legs were shackled. 354 more words

Cops Gone Wild

Newspaper leaks Freddie Gray autopsy; Death ruled an accident enabled by police 'acts of omission'

Earlier this month, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby reportedly sought a protective order that would keep the autopsy of Freddie Gray from the public. It was the death of Gray in Baltimore police custody, apparently from a spinal injury, that led to the riots (or “uprising,” as Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake likes to call it) that left part of the city looted and burned to the ground. 589 more words

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The Freddie Gray Case, Update 9.4: Shhhh! No Talking!

This coming week, Friday the 26th, is the date Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby is required to turn over all discovery gathered to date to the Defense. … 1,653 more words

The Freddie Gray Case

Baltimore police union accuses City Hall, BPD of withholding tapes, stalling; Mayor says charges 'without basis'

.@MayorSRB and the @BaltimorePolice release simultaneous statements re: @FOP3 request for material re: riots

— Phil Yacuboski (@WBALPhil) June 16, 2015

Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3 and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake are having a battle of the press releases today, with the police union claiming that it is being denied information it requires to prepare its report on the Freddie Gray riots (also known as the #BaltimoreUprising) that left a section of the city looted and in flames.

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