BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore residents holding a rally to support police were met by Freddie Gray supporters calling for justice.

Dozens of police supporters walked in front of the War Memorial Building in downtown Baltimore on Saturday.

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Karen Walker, who organized the rally, says it’s important to recognize the critical service police officers provide the city. While they walked around a plaza, Freddie Gray supporters yelled out for justice.

London Stuckey says he came to stand in support of Gray and to oppose police brutality.

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Gray died on April 19 of injuries he suffered in police custody.

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