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The first of six officers who were indicted in the death of Freddie Gray is in the beginning stages of being tried in court. The jury selection for the trial of Officer William Porter began Monday. Gray, a 25-year-old Baltimore resident, suffered a fatal spine injury while in police custody April 12, and his death…

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The mother of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man who died from a neck injury sustained while in police custody, attempted suicide, according to CBS Baltimore. A call was made at around 9:35 p.m. Wednesday requesting medical assistance for a person in North Baltimore, which is where sources say Gloria Darden, Gray’s mother, attempted to take…

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A $6.4 million wrongful death settlement will likely be granted to the family of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Baltimore man who died in April from neck injuries acquired while in police custody. Baltimore officials reached the settlement after weeks of negotiating with the Gray family’s attorney, Billy Murphy. The agreement still needs to be approved…

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The six Baltimore officers indicted for the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray are scheduled to go to trial in October, but their attorneys are making claims regarding the case beforehand. The defense attorneys say prosecutors directed investigators away from allegations that Gray had a history of injuring himself to collect insurance money. Earlier this year,…

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Although many celebrities have spoken out against the riots in Baltimore, veteran actor Morgan Freeman has directed a few choice words toward the media for provoking chaos. In a new interview with The Daily Beast, the 77-year-old slams the way media outlets are covering the controversial story. “Cameras actually distort the story. The story already…

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The media is showing volatile actions in Baltimore during this trying time. We want to shed light on leaders who are taking back their communities. Stokey Cannady held a day of peaceful demonstration, clean up, open mic, music and basketball games at Druid Hill Park. Please share! #ILoveBaltimore #Justice4Freddie –Shamya Lynne Photography and Zach Johnson Production  

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  Maryland state sen. Catherine Pugh definitely put things in perspective when she told FOX News anchor Geraldo Rivera media was inciting protestors to riot in Baltimore this week, following the funeral of Freddie Gray, 25, whose spine was severed while in police custody. During an interview with CNN’s Erin Burnett, who referenced Baltimore protestors…

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Second-term Maryland state Sen. Catherine Pugh is taking a beating on social media for hugging a protester in Baltimore who was nearly in tears. She was called a “straight up fool,” “sooo annoying” and “an idiot” because she empathized with a protester who was holding a bottle. As reported by Kristal High on her site politics365.com, “Senator…

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