Five of officers charged in the death of a black man who suffered a fatal spine injury while in custody are appealing a lawsuit against Baltimore’s top prosecutor.
During her first months in office as Baltimore’s top prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby vowed to “deliver justice” on behalf of Freddie Gray, whose death in police custody triggered massive protests and the city’s worst riots in decades. More than 3 years later, residents are viewing Mosby’s re-election bid in a primary Tuesday.
“They are disappointed that no one will be held accountable for their son’s tragic death, which occurred while in police custody,” said the family’s attorney.
The Justice Department will not be pursuing charges against the Baltimore police officers in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, CBS News reports.
Five of the six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray are suing Mosby and Cogen for defamation of character, violation of rights and false imprisonment.
Baltimore’s police commissioner is criticizing the decision of three officers charged but not convicted in the death of Freddie Gray to attend a conservative group’s gala where they were honored for their service.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is firing back at the city’s top prosecutor for critical comments she made in a magazine profile.
Prosecutors dropped the remaining charges Wednesday against three Baltimore police officers awaiting trial in the death of Freddie Gray, bringing an end to the case without a conviction.
A judge further hollowed out the case against six police officers charged in the death of a young black man, delivering a third consecutive acquittal and ruling once again that prosecutors failed to prove officers intentionally hurt Freddie Gray.
A Baltimore Circuit Court judge is expected to announce the verdict in the case of Lt. Brian Rice, the highest ranking officer involved in the Freddie Gray case, at 10 a.m. Monday.
A recap of the trial and case against Baltimore police Officer Caesar Goodson – the third in the sweeping case against six officers charged with the death of arrestee Freddie Gray.
A Baltimore man allegedly was recorded saying he planned to “shoot some cops” after the acquittal of a Baltimore police officer charged in connection with the Freddie Gray case.
The first trial of Officer William Porter resulted in a hung jury. Officer Edward Nero was acquitted. Four more officers have upcoming trials and a retrial for Officer Porter.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan didn’t have any kind words to share about Baltimore’s mayor when asked about the city’s response to the riots last spring.
One year later, the Baltimore Police Department has made changes to how it operates and has taken steps to better connect with the people it serves.
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