Baltimore Protesters Shout: “We Will Kill”, Also “F**k CNN” During National TV Coverage….

The group of protesters angry about the death of Freddy Gray (in hospital following being taken into police custody) were captured on live CNN TV coverage shouting their desires to kill in retaliation.

The advocacy for violent confrontation comes on the same day the same day police released the names of the officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray. Gray died of a spinal injury Sunday, exactly one week after he was taken into custody.

Earlier in the day, the Baltimore Police Department released the names of six police officers suspended with pay. They are: •  Lt. Brian Rice, 41, who joined the department in 1997; •  Officer Caesar Goodson, 45, who joined in 1999; •  Sgt. Alicia White, 30, who joined in 2010; •  Officer William Porter, 25, who joined in 2012; •  Officer Garrett Miller, 26, who joined in 2012; and •  Officer Edward Nero, 29, who joined in 2012.

Baltimore protests

After an “in-custody death,” it is standard procedure to release the names of officers involved, said Baltimore Police Department spokesman Capt. Eric Kowalczyk. It doesn’t mean the officers did anything wrong, nor does it mean that these were the only officers involved, he said.

Of the six officers, three were on bikes and initially approached Gray, another made eye contact with Gray, another officer joined in the arrest after it was initiated and one drove the police van, Kowalczyk said.

The Baltimore protesting group has vowed to hunt down the police and kill them all.

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81 Responses to Baltimore Protesters Shout: “We Will Kill”, Also “F**k CNN” During National TV Coverage….

  1. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    How long before some democrat releases the names and addresses of the officers?

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    • justwow12 says:

      “Baltimore Police Department released the names of six police officers suspended with pay”. Aduke, it won’t be long until the addresses are out. This is a disgrace to our men and women in blue.

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      • J.Taylor says:

        When I see a good cop, I rejoice because unfortunately they are outnumbered in the city. Until you live among the Baltimore city crooked cops, please do not honor them as heros. We have a huge rate of cops going to jail, not because of unfair treatment, but because of their own actions. The uniform does not automatically deem you worthy of the title, your actions do. Last thing, it’s not hard to know where these cops live, they have neighbors and this is not NYC or La, it’s Baltimore. Everyone knows everyone! It’s no secret where they live or who they are…especially since court records are public…

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  2. wolfmoon1776 says:

    I think it’s becoming clear how Obama is trying to get his martial law / emergency powers before his two years are up.

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  3. BillDes says:

    Gray’s injury was during the arrest correct? If so, it is a stretch to automatically conclude the officers were negligent. Gray could have been running away, he could have been resisting arrest.
    I’ll hold off until I learn more facts.

    Giving the benefit of the doubt to the criminal before the police doesn’t seem like a wise decision,

    Did anyone see that video of the black guy murdered in broad daylight in South Africa by fellow black guys. It was some brutal stuff. 1000x’s worse than this police so called misconduct.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      It’s unclear when his injury took place. His lawyers calim he had a crushed voice box but that’s impossible as he was screaming in all the videos. Furthermore, he acts like he cannot walk when he’s getting arrested and is dragged to the van but then one video captured him standing under his own power and ducking down to enter the van (and not screaming) which defeats the claim that he couldn’t walk and should’ve been hospitalized instead of arrested.

      The person who captured that part on video (standing under his own power) has requested anonymity likely due to threats for screwing up “the narrative”.

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      • BillDes says:

        I don’t understand your point. If he was uninjured during the arrest and somehow ended up with a broken neck after he was detained, I would think the police have a lot of explaining to do.

        From the movie with Gray being dragged to the vehicle, he looked like he was already seriously injured. Even if he somehow got in the police car under his own power he still could have had a broken back (different than spinal cord severed). What people can do with their adrenaline pumping even after initial injuries is often very impressive.

        My point is that if he was injured during the arrest, the police could very easily, and probably are completely innocent in this. I remember in college I almost broke my friends neck while we were joking around. Accidents happen, there is no evidence that the police were brutal during the arrest. If you’re tackling a guy running away, the guy could fall awkardly and break his back. He shouldn’t have been running.

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        • BobNoxious says:

          One criticism has been that he was clearly so injured on the street that they should’ve transported him to the hospital right then but the fact that he got into the van under his own power potentially negates that argument, IMO. People will do anything to avoid arrest, including faking an injury so at the very least I don’t think the cops were out of line in how they handled the situation on the street. That’s my point there.

          I think this was a two stage injury that the cops wouldn’t have necessarily foreseen. He broke his back (bones) at some point- most likely prior to the arrest- and then something happened after the arrest where his spinal cord was severed. Whether that was the result of something the officers did or an accident is up in the air. I heard a report that the ME found no signs of abuse- bruising, etc., so that seems to indicate the police didn’t do anything criminal and that he wasn’t beaten by another inmate.

          It’s a sad deal but I think it’s way too soon to criticize the officers. They were obviously suspended in an effort to appease the mob but I doubt it’ll work.

          note- I’m not saying you were making the above mentioned criticisms about the police; people on TV were.

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          • BillDes says:

            Ok Bob, I see your point now.

            I agree completely about the faking injuries. I wouldn’t fault the cops on not understanding the severity of Mr. Gray’s injury. Even more so, because on the tape you hear someone whining that the cops shouldnt have “tazed” him. If they tazed him, how would the police possibly know the guy had a broken back? It would actually make sense Mr. Gray had trouble walking. Are the cops supposed to have XRay vision? Perhaps cops should be outfitted with X-ray kid glasses?

            The criticism that the cops should have known that Mr, Gray was significantly injured and immediately taken him to a hospital is not a winning argument, nor a serious one. The BGI is a lot of thing, but they are not stupid when it comes to their propaganda. They won’t focus on that argument at all. They will focus on “police brutality” and blacklivesmatter and that they will want the police’s heads on a platter if cowards are willing to give it to them.

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            • zigmister says:

              It’s getting so bad that down the road nobody will want be a cop. The blacks you would stop and think about running from the cops, as much has happened lately.

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      • J.Taylor says:

        Did you guys read any of the reports or watch the press conference? The Mayor, police commissioner and deputy police commissioner all stated that he went in talking and moving, he came out unresponsive…talking and moving does not mean uninjured. He was clearly in pain before the paddy wagon…but something happened from the time they put him in to the time the ambulance was called. That’s a fact. And there is a camera inside so we’ll see. Either he harmed himself, the police harmed him or the fellow arrestee harmed him. In either case, the police are liable to keep you from harming yourself and others. It’s the law.

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    • art tart says:

      BillDes ~ Gray entered the van talking, he exited the van w/his spine severed 80% from his neck. The van stopped once to put leg irons on Gray, a second time to pick up another person that was being arrested/transported. Gray screamed he was in pain, he couldn’t breathe & needed a hand held vaporizer. The van continued to the Police Station. The Chief now says that “paramedics should have been called earlier.” As soon as the paramedics arrived, Gray is taken to the emergency room/immediately put in ICU. He was a little guy weighing 145 pds. & was 5’8.

      No one will admit what happened, but Gray was clearly critically injured while inside the van. It seems the other passenger being transported in the van should be able to tell what happened..

      (I have been keeping up w/this story since the day it happened.)

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      • BillDes says:

        He entered the van “talking”? SO what?

        Did we see the same video? I saw a guy that couldn’t walk being dragged to the van. I saw a guy that looked like he had a broken back being dragged to the van.

        So you think inside the van they pummeled him and severed his spine? Stranger things have happened, but I think that would be unlikely to say the least. Did this guy kill some cops or something?

        If you are right, and they beat a helpless, shackled man to death in a police van. Then I’m 100% on board on charging the police involved with first degree murder and lock them up for life.

        But I’m calling bullcr@p on that until someone provides some evidence he was injured inside the van.

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        • art tart says:

          BillDes ~ He was talking before entering the van. I am not suggesting LE beat a shackeled man to death in the van because I don’t know NOR does anyone else, the investigaation is ongoing. BUT, it is my belief he sustained life threatening injuries in the van, could Gray have injured himself bucking up/down in the van, YES! The van driver had to stop to shackle Gray’s legs during transport, no doubt Gray was raising h3ll in the van, but I think the person that was picked up during the transport who rode w/Gray can explain what happened. He was in medical distress begging for paramedics, he couldn’t breathe/needed an inhaler.

          It’s possible Gray had a medical emergency before he entered the van & the 6 officers didn’t realize the severity of Gray’s injuries when they put him in the van. Need more info.

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          • J.Taylor says:

            There is a camera inside the paddy wagon. I’m not sure if it records or is just for monitoring. But if it records, police are either scrambling to come up with a reason why they harmed Freddie or they are waiting until the public backlash dies down to let us know he wasn’t harmed in the video. Either way, if the camera records, we’ll know the truth.

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            • sundance says:

              FALSE. There is no camera inside the paddy wagon.

              Disinformation alert !!

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              • J.Taylor says:

                The deputy police commissioner said it live on the news conference, which I watched. He said the driver/front person uses the camera to monitor the inside activity. If you’re calling him a liar, so be it, but I watched what seems like a 20-30 minute address to the public and that’s what was said.

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        • BillDes says:

          He can’t use his legs, can’t walk and screaming in pain being dragged to the van.

          It is a known fact that (many) people that suffer serious injuries barely even feel pain immediately after the injury. Why, because the adrenaline is pumping. Your body is in fight or flight mode. It is only after the adrenaline subsides when the pain, sometimes excruciating pain sets in.

          Gray was already in pain immediately after the arrest. It would not be shocking that the pain and severity of the injury would increase tenfold a few minutes after the arrest. Gray ran because he was involved in criminal activity, had a knife, and It looks like he was tackled and tazed. There is no evidence it was more than a standard arrest after a fleeing person at this point. But that doesnt mean during the course of the arrest Mr. Gray wasn’t in an awkard position and received the injury. In fact, that seems
          likely at this point.

          Judging by the Baltimore police leadership reaction, they are not sure what happened, and our trying to distance themselves from the cops just in case the cops did actually decide to break a detained man’s back in a police van. I think this is an incredibly cowardly move by the police leadership. I think their fear of the BGI exceeds their trust of their own officers.

          I could be proven wrong of course, but this is where the evidence is leading me right now.

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          • art tart says:

            Bill Des ~Where the evidence leads me is this:

            Gray could have had his spinal injury before he entered the van.
            Gray repeatedly ask for paramedics, stated “he couldn’t breathe/needed an inhaler in the van.”
            The Chief admitted the “paramedics should have been called earlier.”
            The Chief stated “Gray died from a fatal spinal injury.”

            With your speculation, which is what it is, nobody knows what happened & there isn’t enough evidence at this time. It is also fair speculation to assume that Gray recieved the spinal injury before he entered the van because although he was standing, he was being held up by 2 officers.

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          • jason says:

            I agree with you Bill. Chief(?) states in the video the only sign(s) of injury is the neck injury. It seems hard to think how someone could intentionally cause such any injury to occur without causing additional injuries in the process.

            The fact that he was clearly hurt before he was placed in the van clearly indicates to me that the neck injury was already an issue. Maybe it worsened during the ride (not sure if physically possible), but if his neck/spine is the only injury, it’s quite evident that it was causing him issues prior to being placed in the van.

            As to whether the officers should have been immediately aware of the severity, even the videographer is noting the guy can barely walk and attributing it to the taser. It’s not as if it’s clear to all that he had a horrific injury and needed immediate attention.

            Looks to me like a horrific accident that no one would have thought was possible without knowing the outcome and trying to reconstruct/critique in hindsight.

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            • J.Taylor says:

              They’ll probably start releasing his medical history next. But if you’ve ever seen cops do “their job”, as I have, sometimes they literally step on the guys head, neck, knees in the back etc…it’s not hard to imagine that there were no other injuries but this dude was 145 pounds so it probably doesn’t take much force. I’ve seen it first hand. Some people are saying maybe Freddie took a bad fall, sure it’s likely, but not very much because he would have had cuts and bruises elsewhere. I don’t know what happened, no one has it on tape unfortunately. But depending on evidence, the tides will change if the cops didn’t do it…last thing, I remember this guy Anthony Anderson was killed and the cops said he swallowed methadone but the autopsy showed his death was due to murder and the cops got off from that so we’ll see.

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              • sundance says:

                ” They’ll probably start releasing his medical history next”…

                Because they’ve already released his criminal record right? No, wait… huh.

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                • J.Taylor says:

                  I don’t understand your response. The reason I said they’ll probably release his medical records is in case there is doubt on how his injuries were sustained. What is your problem?

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                • J.Taylor says:

                  By the way, have you ever heard of MD Case search. Nothing has to be released in MD. It’s public knowledge. I use it all the time. You’d be surprised that so many people have been taken to court.

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    • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

      When I was young I was sitting talking with someone about sports injuries. He told me of a friend of his, in a school lawn game he jumped for a pass landed on his head. he got up and kept playing. The next day he awoke and couldn’t move. Turned out he broke a vertebrae in his neck. Doctors said, one wrong bump and he could have died, but he got lucky somehow.

      Moral of the story, the guy could have been injured in the van, during the fight, or even several days before. The video is nothing. I’ve seen tons of arrested protestors at sit-ins dragged off the same way. The only way to know for sure is to wait for the autopsy.

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      • art tart says:

        Mouse the Lucky Dog ~ I agree some injuries can happen days before, Liam Neeson, the movie star’s wife Natsha died of a minor fall on a ski slope, she complained of a headace, was taken to the hospital/died.

        It’s highly unlikely Gray coud have recieved the injuries days before because of the severity or his injuries, his spine was severed 80% from his neck. In the videos, Gray is held in a standing position by 2 officers & is unable to hold up his neck. Though you have discounted the video, the video shows Gray’s condition before he entered the van.

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        • jason says:

          unable to hold up his neck? Not in the video i watched (linked above). If he was unable to hold his head up, his chin would slump to his chest and yet that’s never an issue.

          If I didn’t already know he (at some point) sustained a severe injury to his neck/spine, I wouldn’t have any idea just by watching that video. Looks awfully routine but obviously we know that’s not the case… well after the fact.

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          • art tart says:

            jason ~ His spine was severed 80% from his neck, that’s a “fatal spinal injury” the Commissioner stated in a news conference.

            There’s not enough evidence, imo, to know if he was injured before he entered the transport van or after BUT the Commissioner has stated he was injured in the van.

            Too many unknowns. The 6 officers that are suspended have attorney representation through their Police Union.

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            • Sharon says:

              Attorneys provided by the Police Union(s) may or may not be worth a hill of beans. Depends on who they take orders from.

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            • jason says:

              just pointing out that he was able to hold his head up. Certainly a lot of unknown aside from the final result. From what we see though, it seems awfully difficult to support a case that they should have known. Granted, I know it’s also not clear if the injury occurred at some later point.

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    • 1american1st says:

      Holder is not holding off. The investigation has just started & Holder has already launched a DOJ Civil Rights investigation.

      I wonder if he is going to launch a Civil Rights investigation into the vandalism by Gays to Dieseltec in Michigan. They caused a lot of damage to the owner’s business & his customers’ vehicles. Oh wait! He is a white Christian. Never mind. We know Holder NEVER investigates crimes against whites & especially white Christians.

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      • J.Taylor says:

        You know the local agencies reach out to the DOJ. They don’t just flip through the newspapers and all of a sudden are taking over a case…

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        • sundance says:

          Define “local agencies”.

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        • jason says:

          The DOJ appears to be involved on the chance that his civil rights were violated. Considering the local police agencies don’t really seem to have a grasp as to what happened yet, I think it’s kind of doubtful they called in the DOJ to investigate if the police violated his civil rights.

          No doubt, someone made a call to the DOJ. In the Mike Brown case is was the NAACP. I suspect if we get a full DOJ investigation on this, you’ll find the ‘agency’ behind the call wasn’t the one(s) you initially expected.

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          • J.Taylor says:

            I didn’t say the police called. I said local agencies…civil rights groups, as you pointed out, could fit into that description…

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          • J.Taylor says:

            By the way, the police agencies definitely know what happened. They’re just waiting to have a press conference by next week. On another note, our deputy commissioner is retiring, I’m not sure if it’s related or if he is done after 30 years in the business.

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      • J.Taylor says:

        I just wanted to add a link to the DOJ’s press releases showing all of the cases they worked on daily. The department seems pretty busy: http://www.justice.gov/justice-news

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  4. BobNoxious says:

    CNN is nothing more than a exploitation outlet no different than Jerry Springer. They are encouraging these “protests” and providing the “protesters” w/ a huge platform in spite of the fact that “protesters” curse them on camera every time they show up. It’s a creepy battered wife type relationship.

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    • BillDes says:

      CNN is going where the ratings are. There is a huge market when you combine the anti-police people with the BGI people.

      And it will continue. There are 300 million people in this country. There is going to be something like 500-1000 police shootings a year, And something like 100 or so police murders a year. I don’t think black communities are going to be any better off when the police back off, and pretty much let the black criminals control their communities even more so than they do now. But apparently many black people think they will be better off.

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      • BobNoxious says:

        But I don’t think they even get a real ratings boost out of it…

        There was an interesting quote from Jeff Zucker today about Don Lemon- he basically said that he doesn’t care what the reason is (acknowledging it is mostly criticism) but Don Lemon gets attention and any attention is good for CNN.

        That thought process explains why CNN is the bottom feeding cesspool that it has become.

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      • yakmaster2 says:

        Can you clarify 500-1000 annual police shootings? Is that non-lethal shootings by police? And by 100 police murders, you mean killed officers, or killed suspects?

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  5. mickie says:

    I see another Ferguson on the horizon.

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  6. mickie says:

    I wonder if DumpaCrump, Sharpie and JJ are there yet? They must be tired.

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  7. Cracker says:

    Agree to above comments and specifically the Obama Agenda on Martial Law-I have been hearing this for some time from my husband but could not wrap my mind around it-Now I do!!!

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  8. Lou says:

    where’s Piers Morgan when you need him? LOL

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  9. chick20112011 says:

    It will end up policing by skin color. Arrests of skin color by statistic and officers of the same color. Criminals eventually won’t be stopped or prosecuted. This is what THIS ADMINISTRATION WANTS. Legally sponsored (by administration, courts) domestic terrorism and criminal behavior. War on Americans.

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    • nimrodman says:

      chick said: “It will end up policing by skin color”

      Yep. And that will be the start of ethnic balkanization. Whites will need safe-passage corridors to get safely from white enclave to white enclave, as well as security details to protect them.

      It’s coming. Maybe not next week, but it’s coming.

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      • Roy says:

        That won’t work for long. I read that the farmers in South Africa hired private security to protect them from marauding Africans, but the ANC outlawed the white’s private security groups so they were left on their own. Naturally, that opened up easy killings for the African savages.

        When Jay Z records an adaptation of Jacob Zuma’s Kill the Boer song, it’s time to lock and load.

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    • seeingeye2 says:

      It is so very obvious that this administration supports criminals and is just the opposite for the law-abiding, responsible citizen.

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    • Anub says:

      What leftists want is PC so strong that Rotherham UK cops & social workers admitted they ignored 1400+ gang rapes of little indigenous British white girls by 3rd world moslems because they where afraid of being called racist. Fathers where arrested for hate crimes trying to stop them. The Leftist Labour party helped cover it up. PC also has the UK calling 3rd world moslems Asian. If cops wont do anything to help little white girls what will they do for you?http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11059138/Rotherham-In-the-face-of-such-evil-who-is-the-racist-now.html

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  10. fred says:

    This is why you really have to scratch your head at the confirmation of Loretta Lynch by the GOP. What could they be thinking?????

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  11. punkinseed says:

    Speaking of South Africa… this is exactly how the old white government got booted out. Riots, apartheid… socialist community agitators… it’s like a rerun. I miss J. Edgar even though I didn’t like his tactics very much at the time. I “get it” better now.

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  12. Be Ge says:

    I posted the Freddie Gray story to an open thread immediately after I’ve learned about it. In the teensy-weeensy defense if the protesting crowd — the guy basically had his spinal cord 80% torn in the neck area, which is not a very easy feat to achieve, and does look unusual even for a police handling someone resisting arrest.

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    • art tart says:

      Be Ge ~ I too have been following this since the beginning & has been building momentum. Things are moving slowly in the investigation it seems, the autopsy has been completed. The 6 Officers involved w/Gray have been suspended & have legal representation, I don’t blame them, but they need to hurry up & get this sorted out.

      I thought there were videos in a transport van, I guess not.

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  13. BigMamaTEA says:

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  15. art tart says:

    ‘Freddy Gray Death: Justice Department opens Baltimore Police Proble: Hundreds Protest’

    The Justice Department said Tuesday it has opened a civil rights investigation into the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who suffered a fatal spinal-cord injury under mysterious circumstances after he was handcuffed and put in the back of a police van.

    http://abc7.com/news/justice-dept-opens-investigation-into-freddie-grays-death/674660/

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  16. 180daysofkindergarten says:

    I listened to an exhaustive radio commentary on this yesterday while stuck in traffic. It sounded like the guy sustained the injury in the van.
    These are scary times and I am curious as to what happened in the van. An 80% SCI is significant…….obviously.

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  17. Concerned says:

    I know someone who spent time in a prison. A few times each year there was an inmate who would engage in self harm, including attempting suicide (and in some cases succeeding). There seems to be an inordinate amount of mental illness in the prisons. I would not rule out self harm in this case. Not saying it’s most likely, just don’t rule it out.

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  18. dsp says:

    They din du nuffin.

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  19. Angel Martin says:

    looks to me like maybe he got the nickel ride back to the jailhouse.

    i did like this part tho’:

    “Of the six officers, three were on bikes and initially approached Gray…”

    where is this paramilitarized police equipped for war that we hear so much about ?

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  20. CoffeeBreak says:

    If someone already is suffering a physical ailment, cuffed, then placed in a transport vehicle with flimsy or no safety restraints, a life-altering/stopping injury could occur.

    1980’s, Chicago. Walking, talking, able-bodied but handcuffed perps placed in paddy wagons come out grievously, heinously injured and in need of immediate medical attention. That was deliberate and it all came out in the wash.

    I have no idea if this was what occurred here. I’m just saying if people are flung about for forty-five minutes in a ride (with no seatbelts) that hit every pothole and available curb on a ride that normally takes fifteen minutes, people get injured.

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    • CoffeeBreak says:

      I’m not an apple-polisher for cops and nor am I an advocate for people that refuse to live within the law. My issue is with legitimate cases being thrown out in its entirety due to police misconduct. Let the activist judges rule in the criminal’s favor. The good guys=cop/bad guys=everyone else is a lame mindset that only brings grief to both sides.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      just wanted to point out…..recom..us – is the Communist Party of America – and YES, they have been everywhere a problem has erupted

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