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Baltimore Police Promise Investigation After In-Custody Death


Freddie Gray was arrested for yet-undisclosed reasons April 12 after fleeing police on foot. It was unclear when Gray's injury occurred. His death was confirmed Sunday by the University of Maryland Medical Center. More Here.

April 20, 2015
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Billy- COUNTER TERRORISM @ 4/22/2015 8:29 AM

As an ex-firefighter and EMT, if you look closely at the video, when the officers pick Mr. Gray off of the ground, you can clearly see that he has suffered spinal cord injury since he cannot even get his feet under him to stand up. This guy should have been back-boarded and a cervical collar applied before they moved him. I was not there and cannot place judgement, but this is a clarion call for all LEO's to carefully inspect the physical condition of their prisoner before transport. The more troubling issue is why they were so physical with the victim. If he had been able to run...his spinal cord could not have been severed. The injury occurred after the police confronted him. Is this another case of Guilty if Black in the wrong part of town? For all LEOS keep in mind that everyone has a camera on the cell phone.

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