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Justice Department Won't Charge Officers In Freddie Gray's Death

justice department won't charge officers in freddie gray's death
Watch VideoThe Department of Justice announced it will not file charges against the six Baltimore police officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray.  Gray died back in 2015 due to a broken..
Newsy

Baltimore's city solicitor pledges to reform police department within 3 years

Andre M. Davis, the city's new solicitor, said Wednesday he plans to fully reform the Baltimore police department within three years. Davis, who left his position as a federal judge to come to..
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News video: Applicant Says Federal Judge 'Hijacked' Process to Pick Police Monitor

Applicant Says Federal Judge 'Hijacked' Process to Pick Police Monitor 10:40

After Judge James Bredar handpicked a group to monitor the consent decree between the Baltimore Police and the Department of Justice, one of the finalists says community input was ignored, setting a..
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News video: Baltimore Police: suspect sexually offended victim after killing her

Baltimore Police: suspect sexually offended victim after killing her 01:46

Baltimore Police: suspect sexually offended victim after killing her
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News video: DOJ Won't Charge Officers for Freddie Gray's Death

DOJ Won't Charge Officers for Freddie Gray's Death 01:07

The six officers faced state-level charges in the case; three were acquitted, and charges against the other three were dropped.
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News video: DOJ Won’t Bring Charges Against Officers In Freddie Gray Case

DOJ Won’t Bring Charges Against Officers In Freddie Gray Case 02:55

Mike Hellgren reports
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News video: BPD Sgt. remains behind bars; pleads not guilty

BPD Sgt. remains behind bars; pleads not guilty 02:55

Inside federal court Thursday morning, the United States argued one of the highest ranking members of the now defunct Gun Trace Task Force, a rogue gun unit inside the Baltimore Police Department,..
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Ex-head of police gun unit charged with robbery, extortion

BALTIMORE (AP) — Months after seven members of a Baltimore Police Department gun trace task force were indicted on charges of robbing people, federal prosecutors say the former head of the unit has..
Seattle Times Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Baltimore mayor unveils initiatives in response to violence

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has a plan to combat violent crimes in the city, and has named a new director to help her lead the fight. Pugh appointed Drew Vetter, who had been..
Seattle Times

Baltimore police videos don't inspire public's confidence

BALTIMORE (AP) " The Baltimore Police Department is having a tough time restoring public confidence in the troubled agency.The city is on pace to break its decades-old murder record and the body camera..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle TimesFOXNews.com

Bodycam footage raises questions for police department

BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Police Department is having a tough time restoring public confidence in the troubled agency. The city is on pace to break its decades-old murder record and the body..
Seattle Times

Baltimore Police Body Camera Scandal Leads To Dropped Charges

baltimore police body camera scandal leads to dropped charges
Watch VideoAt least 41 criminal cases in Baltimore will be thrown out and dozens more are in jeopardy after a police officer's body camera appeared to show him planting drugs before an arrest. The..
Newsy

Caught On Tape (Again): Baltimore Cops Keep Accidentally Recording Themselves Planting Drugs On People

caught on tape (again): baltimore cops keep accidentally recording themselves planting drugs on people
Authored by Everett Numbers via TheAntiMedia.org, Officers planting evidence appear to be growing a tree of corruption at the Baltimore Police Department, as the *second release of suspicious body..
Zero Hedge

US police body camera captures suspected drug planting

New York: The Baltimore Police Department suspended seven officers after body camera video emerged that the city's public defender said appeared to show them planting drugs in a car during a traffic..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Second Police Video in Baltimore Allegedly Shows Evidence Planting

A second batch of Baltimore Police Department body-camera video allegedly shows police planting evidence, this time in connection with a November arrest.
Wall Street Journal

Baltimore Officer's Body Cam Video Creates Doubts About Drug Find

baltimore officer's body cam video creates doubts about drug find
Watch VideoA Baltimore police officer has been suspended after defense attorneys released a video, which they allege shows the officer planting drugs at a crime scene. The Maryland public..
Newsy

Did Baltimore police officer plant evidence in drug arrest?

The Baltimore police department launched an investigation after newly-discovered body camera video appears to show an officer planting evidence earlier this year during a drug arrest. Jeff Pegues..
CBS News

Attorneys: Video shows Baltimore police planting drugs

The Baltimore Police department is conducting an internal investigation after the Public Defender's office flagged body camera footage in a drug-related case. Attorneys say the video shows officers..
USATODAY.com


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