Posts Tagged ‘Freddie Gray’

Judge Keeps Freddie Gray Prosecution In Baltimore

Print Friendly Above: A mural at the spot Freddie Gray was arrested by Baltimore police. In what was the most important pre-trial ruling in the prosecution of the six police offices accused of killing Freddie Gray, Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams ruled that the trial would continue in Baltimore. He wanted to go to jury selection […]

Freddie Gray’s Family Gets $6.4 Million Dollars!!!

From: Here’s the best case that can be made for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s surprise announcement that her administration would propose a $6.4 million settlement of all potential civil claims in the death of Freddie Gray: It might have prevented a riot. Announcing it just two days before a judge is to […]

Six Baltimore Cops Indicted in Freddy Gray Murder to be Tried Separately Starting in October

Amid protests, a First Circuit Court judge ruled Wednesday that Edward Nero, Garrett Miller, William Porter, Caesar Goodson, Lt. Brian Rice, and Sgt. Alicia White; the six Baltimore police officers indicted for the in custody killing of Freddie Gray ; will be tried separately when the cases go to trial starting in October. In addition, […]

Baltimore Protester Arrested At Freddie Gray Court Hearing

Print Friendly Above: Protesters outside Baltimore circuit court on Wednesday. Mackenzie McDonald-Wilkins (l) and Kevin Zeese (r) of Popular Resistance holding signs. Photograph: Lloyd Fox/AP No Charges Dismissed, Prosector Mosby Not Removed, Decision on Change of Venue Put Off Until September Note: Today was the first pre-trial hearing in the Freddie Gray murder trial. Judge Barry […]

Grand Jury Indicts All Six Officers in Freddie Gray’s Death

All six officers who were charged on May 1, following the death of Freddie Gray have been indicted on all counts by a Grand Jury. TOP: Baltimore Police Officer Garrett Miller, Sgt. Alicia White, Officer Edward Nero. BOTTOM: Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., Lt. Brian Rice, Officer William Porter Baltimore City State’s Attorney […]

Report: Baltimore Police Pulled Video from YouTube of 2nd Stop When Freddie Gray Was Shackled

Baltimore, MD — In an eye-opening report conducted by the Baltimore Sun, several more details about Freddie Gray’s death have come forward. During the Baltimore Police department’s investigation in April, sixteen videos from city surveillance cameras, which contained footage of Freddie Gray’s arrest were uploaded to the BPD YouTube Channel. One of those videos was removed, […]

Letter from Baltimore

The Baltimore housing projects where 25-year old Freddie Gray tried to outrun police before he was detained, dragged into the back of a police van, and later died as a result of a severed spine, are spacious and clean but there are no yards. Manicured hedges line the Gilmor Homes development. Low-rise buildings ring a […]

#SayHerName: The Fight to End State Violence Against Black Women and Girls

Michael Brown. Eric Garner. Freddie Gray. The deaths of these young men at the hands of police has galvanized a growing wave of protests across the US that some are now calling the Black Spring. But organizers want to make sure another set of names—Kyam Livingston, Rekia Boyd, Mya Hall—those of Black women and girls […]

Laying the Foundation for the Murder of Freddie Gray

One month ago Freddie Gray died from severe spinal injuries inflicted by his kidnappers. They are: Caesar Goodson, Brian Rice, William Porter, Alicia White, Edward Nero, and Garrett Miller. There is no justification for what happened to Gray. But undoubtedly, the thousands of assaults, robberies, and homicides committed by BPD members throughout the years helped […]

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