Newly released records show that thousands of people have been brought to the Baltimore city jail in recent years with injuries too severe for them to be admitted.
The Department of Justice will investigate the practices of the Baltimore Police Department following the death of Freddie Gray.
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As we begin to navigate through, what will clearly be another Rodney King-esque event, Paul Viollis and legal analyst Vincent Ancona closely examine the plethora of issues that caused the city of Baltimore to erupt and burst into flames over the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.
Protesters and demonstrations have calmed down. People are showing they don’t want violence in their city anymore.
This came as a surprise, police said they would not turn their information over to prosecutors until tomorrow.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is appealing for peace in her native Baltimore and says “something different” is needed from police and the justice system.
With tempers still smoldering in riot-torn Baltimore and nearby neighborhoods clearing out rubble and debris, the Orioles played a baseball game Wednesday.
The leader of President Barack Obama’s initiative for minority males says it has been painful to watch violence and looting in his native Baltimore.
Having weathered two all-night curfews with no major disturbances, Baltimore officials are now trying to manage growing expectations they will immediately decide whether to prosecute six police officers involved in the arrest of a black man who later died of injuries he apparently received while in custody.
When police spotted Freddie Gray and he took off running through his Baltimore neighborhood, officers made a split-second decision to give chase, setting in motion his death in custody and rioting in the streets.
Police say they’ve linked two men to a series of crimes, including rape, kidnapping and robbery.