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Baltimore State’s Attorney: Concluded Homicide

Baltimore State’s Attorney: Gray’s Death Was Homicide, 6 Officers Charged

Her announcements Friday were answered with cheers by several of those drawn to hear her speak. Mosby recognized those watching Gray’s case and proposed to them for peace.

Mosby stated she had the chance to meet Gray’s family and ensured them “no one is above the law.”.

“It is absolutely vital that the truth comes out on what happened to Freddie Gray.

“I hope that as we move forward with this case, everyone will respect due process and refrain from doing anything that will jeopardize our ability to seek justice,” Mosby stated.

The charges against the 6 police officers consists of 2nd degree murder against among one of them, additionally involuntary manslaughter, 2nd degree assault, misconduct in office and unlawful imprisonment. Mosby mentioned a warrant has been released for the officers’ arrests.

Baltimore State’s Attorney: Gray’s Death Was Homicide, 6 Officers Charged

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At the White House, President Barack Obama announced it is “vital” that the truth about what occurred to Freddie Gray is brought out. He also urged that those charged in his death are warranted to due process.

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said that Freddie Gray sustained a significant and serious neck injury while being carried in the paddy wagon on April 12. She said he was not secured by a safety strap as he should have been and that police officers did not get or provide medical aid, despite when Gray said he needed it. Mosby also called the arrest in itself “illegal”, saying the knife found on the 25-year-old Gray was not a switchblade and was legal for him to be carrying.

Gray Family Attorney Speaks

Baltimore’s State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby made public Friday morning that Freddie Gray’s death has been certainly concluded a homicide, which 6 police officers are going to contend criminal charges.

“Those individuals who are charged obviously are also entitled to due process and rule of law. “The Justice Department and our new attorney general is in communications with Baltimore officials to make sure that any assistance we can provide on the investigation is provided.

Friday’s statement appears in the middle of an extensive protest over Gray’s death— the most recent occurrence of alleged police brutality against black males that has triggered riots and demands justice throughout the country.

VICE News interviews Kevin Moore, the man who filmed Freddie Gray’s arrest

VICE News interviews Kevin Moore, the man who filmed Freddie Gray’s arrest.

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“To the people of Baltimore and the demonstrators across America, I heard your call for ‘no justice, no peace.’ Your peace is sincerely needed as I work to deliver justice on behalf of this young man,” she expressed.

“It is absolutely vital that the truth comes out on what happened to Freddie Gray. “But I can tell you that justice needs to be served.”.

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