Video Evidence Emerges Of Freddie Gray Running Into Building During Chase, Then Doubling Back Before Arrest…

Baltimore police have continually said their initial reasoning for suspecting Freddie Gray of suspicious activity was his immediate running from police when bicycle officers made eye contact.  However, no-one has revealed he ran into a building.

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State Attorney Marilyn Mosby referenced the chase in her charging details:

Mosby Said “On April, 12 2015 between 8:45 and 9:15 a.m., near the corner of North Avenue and Mount Street. Lt. Brian Rice of the Baltimore Police Department while on bike patrol with Officer Garrett Miller and Edward Nero made eye contact with Freddie Carlos Gray Jr.”

“Having made eye contact with Mr. Gray, Mr. Gray subsequently ran from Lt. Rice”.

“Lt. Brian Rice then dispatched over departmental radio that he was involved in a foot pursuit at which time bike patrol officers Rice, Miller and Nero began to pursue Mr. Gray”.

Mosby then said: “Having come in contact with pursuing officers, Mr. Gray surrendered to Officers Miller and Nero in the vicinity in the 1700 block of Presbury Street“.

What Marilyn Mosby didn’t say, nor did any media report, was that Freddie Gray ran south past the point of arrest, into a building, then exited the building doubling back on this path, before running into officers Miller and Nero.

brian rice mugshotEdward Nero mugshotGarrett miller mugshot

(L-R) Officers Brian Rice – Edward Nero – Garrett Miller

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Thanks to the painstaking reconstruction work of Diwataman who is going through all the available CCTV footage [camera #2014], you can clearly see Freddie Gray in this BPD video running into a building:

@10:10 of video – Freddie Runing (8:40:07am)
@10:12 of video – Freddie Enters Building (8:40:09am )
@12:10 of video – Van arriving (8:42:07am)
@17:20 of video – Van at Mount and Baker (8:47:17 to 8:50:00am) Video end.

Screenshots:

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Don’t you find it odd how no-one in the media is bothering to research this stuff on their own and discuss Freddie Gray running into a building prior to his capture.

♦ Why would Freddie Gray run from police when spotted?

The answer explains why it is reasonable and justifiable for the police to suspect something nefarious, pursue and question (stop and frisk).

♦ Why would Freddie Gray run from police, duck around a corner, enter a building and then exit the building only to double back on his path, directly into the police?

The answer to that question brings you to his “ditching something“?

Dr_Phil_teen_youtube_beatingYou decide.

Here’s another angle from another camera [#2106] of the Freddie Gray Arrest timeframe. This camera does not cover the doorway where he ran into the building.

09:53 of video – Freddie Runs (8:39:50 am)
10:12 of video – Bike Cop (8:40:09 am) <- [Unseen Freddie Entering Building]
10:44 of video – Cop with two bikes (8:40:40 am)
11:15 of video – Cop Cars arrive (8:41:12 am)
11:36 of video – Arrest (8:41:33 am)
12:31 of video – Freddie Face Down (8:42:28 am)
13:31 of video – Witness visible who recorded Vid (8:43:28 am)
14:16 of video – Police Van (8:44:14 am)
16:05 of video – Police van leaves (8:46:02 am)

Video Timeline Courtesy of Diwataman – Geo-location graphics courtesy of Ackbarsays

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255 Responses to Video Evidence Emerges Of Freddie Gray Running Into Building During Chase, Then Doubling Back Before Arrest…

  1. canadacan says:

    Sounds a bit like Trayvon Martin

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    • John Galt says:

      Taking Skittles to lil brutha.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The BGK would like the Court to accept that the perp was innocent based on BGK opinions that are based on subjective speculation and conjecture. These propositions are based on junk media reports and can be entirely refuted by valid objective evidence. Simply put media and BGK opinions are not reliable enough to be conclusive of guilt, or even a criminal charge of the cops. I think this is a complete travesty. I hope to have some backup other than comments on the symptoms.

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  2. Les says:

    Do we know the address of the building?

    I’m not going to hold my breath and wait for someone to come forward and tell us what happened in that building.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Did the cops search the building.. for stuff Freddie might have “dropped”

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      • James F says:

        …or handed off.

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      • bofh says:

        Why would they? At the time they had no way to know that he had made the detour into the building. I wonder if they even saw this video before it was publicized here today? Kudos to D-man.

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        • rumpole2 says:

          Dman is using “Baltimore Police” YT videos. They must have looked, decided what was wort uploading to YT. One imagines that the “thorough police investigation” and prosecution investigation included these videos and matters arising 🙂

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          • John Galt says:

            Did they consult Mosby? I thought she wanted all exculpatory evidence kept secret.

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          • oldiadguy says:

            I suspect the task force officers know and that is why the videos were placed on YT so this little fact could be “found.” Funny how things like this happen. 🙂

            Great Work D-Man!!!!

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        • JohnP says:

          D-man rocks! This is solid evidence that could effect the investigation.

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          • oldiadguy says:

            “This is solid evidence that could effect the investigation.” Yes it could. I just wish the officer had included the information about the hand to hand transaction, suspected drug transaction, in his affidavit. It would have made a nice neat little package with this video evidence. It would also throw doubt on how the “cameraman” just happened to be there to video Gray’s arrest. Did he just leave a drug house perhaps?? Had they, Gray and More, discussed videoing the police prior to this incident. Inquiring minds would like to know.

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        • Les says:

          The bicycle officer may have seen him going inside the building and that’s why he got off his bicycle. I need to see it from the air, that place all looks alike to me. I would be so lost if I lived in a big city.

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      • dizzymissl says:

        It sure looks like he is holding something in his right hand.

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    • Les says:

      It is the street from the video Diwataman posted in the other thread. See the wall and the gray van? Video 2104.

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      • Les says:

        It’s the building at the corner of N. Mount and Baker St. Freddie ran around the corner of that building (running down N. Mount toward Presstman) and through the “cut” halfway down the block (that set of “homes” has two big building running down N. Mount). He had to have run back out of the door and then toward Presstman where he was caught.

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      • Les says:

        I meant Presbury, not Presstman.

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        • Les says:

          I hope one of our fantastic map makers can make a map.

          First camera timeline Diwataman posted in the other thread captures Freddie running is at the corner of Presbury and N. Mount, you can see the cop with the two bicycles after Freddie runs by followed by his arrest.

          The second camera is at the corner of N. Mount and Baker St. where you see him go in the building.

          They saw him first on North Ave, so there is probably more video of him running past at the corners of North Ave & N. Mount and the corner of Westwood & N. Mount on the way to the drug den.

          Freddie did double back. He ran straight for that safe house then back toward North Ave. Probably didn’t want them to know where he stashed the goods.

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      • ray76 says:

        Camera 2104 is located at 1605 Bruce Ct. XCOORD:-76.64523892 YCOORD:39.3067687

        Camera 2106 is located at 1679 Bakbury Ct XCOORD:-76.64510638 YCOORD:39.30786202

        https://data.baltimorecity.gov/Public-Safety/Crime-Camera/nxbm-dfav

        There is a typo in the article. Camera 2104 is incorrectly referred to as 2014.

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        • Les says:

          How did this guy, Washington, know Freddie was in the cut? The rest said he ran down N. Mount St. He probably saw Freddie go in the door:

          “When Freddie Gray briefly locked eyes with police at 8:39 a.m. on a corner of an impoverished West Baltimore neighborhood two weeks ago, they seemed to recognize each other immediately. As three officers approached on bicycles along West North Avenue, the 25-year-old Gray was on the east corner of North Mount Street chatting with a friend, according to Shawn Washington, who frequents the block.

          Washington said Gray dipped into “the cut” just south of West North Avenue, an alley that breaks into several directions in the center of a partially boarded-up block of rowhouses. It’s a place strewn with broken liquor bottles, adjacent to backyards where dogs still keep watch.

          Others say Gray ran straight south down Mount Street.”

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          • Les says:

            “Shawn Washington, 48, describes seeing Freddie Gray flee police from this corner on April 12, 2015 during an interview on April 22, 2015 in Baltimore, Md. He said Gray ran south on North Mount, and turned left into a nearby alley.”

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    • Phae says:

      Go to 1702 N Calhoun St, Baltimore MD and the buildings are to the right side, left of the “One Stop Grocery” sign.

      It’s on Cumberland St, at least the camera view, and N Calhoun St.

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  3. bonnibrai says:

    Treepers Rock ! No site like this .Great work.

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  4. True Colors says:

    So Freddie Gray was running around at lightning speed, then a few minutes later when the cops finally caught up to him he is screaming out in pain and it appears that he can barely stand up.

    To me, that indicates that he was most likely injured before the police even got him in their custody.

    Perhaps Gray fell down a flight of stairs inside the building, or perhaps he jumped out of a building window at some point. Something along those lines.

    Several medical people(including Dr Michael Baden) have stated that it would have been virtually impossible to generate enough force inside of the transport van to break a human spine. They say that his type of injury requires an extraordinary amount of impact pressure. Supposedly, his injury is more typical for someone in an extremely bad car wreck and not wearing their seat belt.

    TC

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    • JohnP says:

      If Michael Baden keeps saying things like this the BGI folk are going to have to find a new expert.

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    • Les says:

      To me it indicates he’s a faker.

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    • John Galt says:

      “So Freddie Gray was running around at lightning speed, then a few minutes later when the cops finally caught up to him he is screaming out in pain and it appears that he can barely stand up.”

      Seems like the cop driving the van and charged with murder could argue that Freddie was damaged goods prior to being placed in the van.

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    • oldiadguy says:

      “To me, that indicates that he was most likely injured before the police even got him in their custody.” I disagree, it sounds like another episode of Ghetto Theater to me.

      “Several medical people(including Dr Michael Baden) have stated that it would have been virtually impossible to generate enough force inside of the transport van to break a human spine.” Dr. Baden has little or no credibility left. Baden says what his audience wants to hear. Fantasia has a very good theory on how Gray’s spinal cord injury occurred.

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/05/05/baltimore-police-radio-dispatch-reveals-stunning-evidence-of-marilyn-mosbys-egregious-rush-to-judgment-in-her-direct-action-charges/comment-page-1/#comment-1412781

      Read all of her comments that followed.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Thx for pointing that out. I guess I missed it before.

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      • dalethorn says:

        Baden defended the Warren Commission’s version of JFK against Cyril Wecht. Baden was a coverup guy then in the 70’s – same today.

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      • BertDilbert says:

        oldiadguy

        I went back and reread that. I agree with your comment that the injury must have happened before the leg irons went on. Previous to that stop the theatrics and play acting by Gray may have played into officer judgement, in particular if he hit that back door hard. Hitting the back door was probably the event that made Goodson request further restraints.

        It also tells me that BPD had already figured that out by the way the charging document was written. They have the bolt mark that shows where his head hit and that may be a factor that would be ruled out with his hands and legs immobilized.

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        • oldiadguy says:

          I’ve been trying to visualize how a prisoner could strike the top of his head against a wall or door inside the van. I’m having trouble finding a likely scenario because of the narrow floor space. I’ve had prisoners who would throw themselves against the door of the van, but they would hit it with their shoulders, not their head. Also, these vans did not have a center wall, allowing the prisoner to make a run at the door.

          Also, the incidents I’ve researched where prisoners injured themselves (head injury), the injury was usually to the forehead or the back of their head. These injuries were almost always caused by the prisoner banging their head against the wall or other fixed object.

          The aforementioned scenario is the only one I can see that fits with the facts as know them. I’ve ridden in the back of prisoner conveyances many times. You never tried to move around while the vehicle was in motion, handcuffed or not.

          However, there was always some knucklehead that would try to standup and protest his arrest. Invariably he would lose his balance and fall. The trick was to catch him before he hurt himself. If you weren’t able to stop him or catch him in time, get ready to write. Fun times.

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    • lorac says:

      running around at lightning speed, then a few minutes later when the cops finally caught up to him

      I can’t figure this out – they were on bicycles – why were they so behind him….?

      virtually impossible to generate enough force inside of the transport van to break a human spine

      I’m hearing now that his cord wasn’t severed,his spine wasn’t broken – he had 3 broken vertabrae – much easier to do.

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      • AghastInFL says:

        Exactly, the severed reference came from the Lawyer for the family… And even then what he said was “virtually severed” in fact what that means is Freddie’s injury was an incomplete cervical break.
        Spinal injuries are incomplete, or complete (100%). If he had survived, Freddie would have been accessed by a neurologist to determine what use, below the level of injury, he might still have had available.

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    • Olorin says:

      Not to mention that if the van was driven like that, why didn’t the other occupants suffer injury?

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  5. aprilyn43 says:

    Liberals don’t mention the glaring “facts” b/c, truth and facts aren’t important. What’s important is that the politically correct premise is promoted and that premise is achieved. Example: “don’t shoot hands up” – “I can’t breathe” – (Trayvon Martin), “innocent young black child murdered … Just shot dead”.
    Truth and Facts are really the first victims of the Liberals.

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  6. manickernel says:

    Gawd! I love this place!

    Liked by 7 people

    • doodahdaze says:

      Well I put this on the wrong thread. But I am trying to help.
      Our task, is to uphold the judicial process, and protect the constitutional rights of all citizens, regardless of the BGK. Illegitimate theories of social justice can not be allowed as guidelines of admissibility in criminal cases. The judges are the gatekeepers of the last vestige of the constitution. Political opinion is not law. Thank God. The court is to be an unbiased gatekeeper. To determine fact. In an unbiased manner. The methodology here is suspect. The ME and the blind methodology applied to his findings are more than suspect. Subjective belief in the ME findings are unsupported speculation. The independent investigators, relied upon by Mosby fail because they proffer “opinions.” under the guise they are lay opinions, or expert opinions. Their experts opinions without scientific testing or even testing as to a LEO’s experience are not reliable. No experienced LEO has been corroborated by legitimate legal test. Nothing here by the SA can be relied upon. How can the state be in a better position to determine the facts of the matter than a trained LEO, on scene? There is great danger in allowing prejudiced testimony of social justice advocates to be taken as to opinion of guilt, before the facts are even sorted out according to the rules. The probative value of BGK testimony is outweighed by its prejudicial value. It can not meet the standard of scrutiny as to a sufficient factual basis required by law. Such testimony is bound to mislead a trier of “fact” because BGK principles do not rely on tried and tru scientific knowledge or reality.
      The supposition propounded by the BGK prosecutor should not be permitted by the Court or any other reasonable governmental entity.
      That is about the best I can do about now. I am stretching my limited legal ability just to come up with this.

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      • dalethorn says:

        Looking past the details, if the evidence turns out very much against Gray and very much in favor of the police, would that be enough to get the BGI to put down the gun that they have pointed at Baltimore’s head?

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        • lorac says:

          They’ll have the DOJ release a report that requires federalization of Baltimore’s police, just as happened in Ferguson – cop cleared, but oh, department has all these terrible things wrong with it.

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    • Blonde in Red says:

      Right? I’ve loved this place since 2007. The kindest, smartest peeps on earth inhabit this website. =0)

      Liked by 6 people

      • fred says:

        I second that. I go to this site every day and always find some thing really interesting to read and it’s God send for people falsely accused. Great work…. My favorite place for real news just when I thought it couldn’t possibly exist. Often I get all riled up and hope to think before I write something I really fee and get banned.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Subjective belief in the ME findings are unsupported speculation…Doo Dah stands there.

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  7. Blonde in Red says:

    Ruh-Roh, Scooby. Facts that don’t line up with the special-snowflake, looting, rampaging, self-destructive narrative.

    One more Zer0 who is deemed a her0.

    /sigh

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  8. Ziiggii says:

    Good work Dman

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  9. art tart says:

    Diwataman ~ Thanks, as always, you rock.

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  10. sundance says:

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    • “Here, hold this for me”?

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    • oldiadguy says:

      I wonder what kind of arrest record Kevin Moore has. Drugs perhaps?

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      • thevelvetkitten says:

        My gut says he knows people helping push this. He seems quite well spoken ..much to much to be hanging with drug dealers..much better witness than the other cases. Those last witnesses help cost them those cases..well that and the evidence. You know..I would be right there voicing my disgust if evidence had shown guilt in the other cases..but they keep talking about these cases as if the evidence showed otherwise.l just don’t get it.

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        • oldiadguy says:

          Not all dope dealers are total lowlifes. I had dealings with one during a long investigation and found the individual to be intelligent, well read, clean cut and very well spoken. Put him in a suit and tie and he would make a much better presentation than many of those in the Baltimore power structure we have seen to date.

          It was sad, as the guy had a lot of potential, he just chose to be the dope man.

          In regard to prior witnesses, I think in this case the BGI may have gotten lucky or maybe not. 🙂

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          • thevelvetkitten says:

            I was thinking more so that even though they had grown up together ..his intellect seems to be one of keeping someone like Grey at arms length.. But in the same instance I can’t help but wonder if either two possibly grew up with Mosbys husband. I could see this Moore guy being in some of the same circles as them…maybe at an arms length but connected somehow. Hope that makes sense. I am just trying to come to grips with the nagging question of why Grey evaded the police only to run back out right to them..

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    • thevelvetkitten says:

      Did he say he had been protesting in St.Louis? One portion when the interviewer asked was this something he done frequently..video the police….did he say yes? The audio cut out. I need to listen again

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  11. yakmaster2 says:

    According to the timeline put together by Diwataman from video , the witness recording Gray’s arrest is at scene of that arrest and recording one minute after Gray is face down on the ground AND Gray’s in custody facedown less than one minute after the cops make physical contact with him. This must be the reason Mosby didn’t accuse those cops of a beatdown that severed Gray’s spine. The chase, including Gray entering the building, exiting, running back to cops, and being facedown on the ground is less than 3 minutes.

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  12. truthseekerr says:

    thanks for reporting this…why he did not stay in there and hide I wonder.

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    • Les says:

      Because the drugs and/or gun was in there. And probably the occupant’s drugs, too.

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    • James F says:

      It might have been the safe house. Street dealers typically only keep a small amount on them to avoid getting robbed of their whole stash at once and/or felony possession amounts if arrested.

      There is usullly a safe house nearby where they get more product after making a sale and drop off money for safe storage,

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  13. auscitizenmom says:

    The doubling back part is what seems so strange to me. Why didn’t he just exit another door in the building, if he could, or turn and run the other way?

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    • Blonde in Red says:

      He was high on drugs. Typically, people on mind-altering drugs don’t react rationally and that coupled with him being borderline mentally retarded because of lead poisoning as a kid, it all adds up. It’s a sad situation.

      There’s only so much we white people can do for tragic end-games like this. If I, as a white woman, adopted just one black child, it wouldn’t matter, it wouldn’t make a drop in the bucket difference and furthermore, that black child might turn on me and kill me which has happened to white foster parents of black children.

      I’m still trying to wrap my mind around why this 25 year old ‘kid’ was selling drugs in the first place since he had a pretty sweet settlement coming in monthly from his ‘lead poisoning’ thang and from other accounts, he spent a lot of his ‘moula’ on useless ‘bling’ and fancy clothing. Does this sound familar?

      There are no fathers to be found in most of these cases because the fathers are thugs and the women are whores. There I said it. Sue me.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I can’t argue with any of that.

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        • Les says:

          I can. He was “retarded” and receiving special services because his mother was a herion addict AND lead exposure.

          His mom was a herion addict. Probably still is. We are desensitized to stuff like this but it is freaking awful. Freddie and his siblings probably didn’t go home after school, get a snack, do homework, then play like other kids. I despise his mom. I can’t decide if I blame her more than Freddie. I think I do.

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    • True Colors says:

      If Gray was already severely injured then his desire to get to a hospital would have outweighed everything else. If getting himself into police hands represented the best chance of getting to a hospital quickly, then so be it.

      TC

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  14. alkikila says:

    “Why would Freddie run……..? He had to be holding more than he was gonna use for personal consumption. The msm doesn’t care that he was basically a small time career criminal and alleged informant. The mean olé cops just had to kill him because he was black.

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  15. kinthenorthwest says:

    As I keep saying the Crap Just keeps on Piling up and up and up —- Wonder How long it will take Mobsy to dig out of it.

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  16. doodahdaze says:

    SD, D-man, Froggie, J)99-man, Stella, Wee, Sharon, and especially Patriot man, Tex, But most of all SUNDANCE. I salute you. How in the world did you do this? It is growing. Exponentially and getting more important by the day. The PTB will not acknowledge but you are there. Making fools out of them. I am so glad I found this.

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  17. mazziflol says:

    Interesting bits indeed, and good work scouring source video for sure. But in all honesty, I have to ask, outside the pages here, will this have any affect on anything?

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    • Les says:

      Yes, some people tweet this stuff to the BPD. And who knows how many people read this. You’d have to ask Sundance about that.

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    • Blonde in Red says:

      mazziflol, are you kidding? This website gets linked to constantly by other prominent websites that include Drudge Report/Pajamas Media/Weazel Zippers (just to name a few).

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      • mazziflol says:

        No I wasnt kidding. Honest question. It just feels like the corrupt machine depicted here is so big, and so entrenched and well rooted…it cant be phased…stopped. It’s like the bad dreams where you scream with such force…but nothing comes out.

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  18. bob e says:

    good goin’ d-man

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  19. sundance says:

    FYI – HEADS UP!!! I’m Laughing my butt off !!

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  21. 'Roosevelt Leaks says:

    I am from the government and I am here to help you.

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  22. rumpole2 says:

    For those who might not have seen… Dorian is suing…

    Dorian Johnson Files Suit Against City of Ferguson
    http://stlouis.cbslocal.com/2015/05/05/dorian-johnson-files-suit-against-city-of-ferguson/

    Pdf of the suit

    Click to access dorian-johnson-v-city-of-ferguson.pdf

    H/T Froggie

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  23. Chewbarkah says:

    Hmm… It’s hard to believe anyone leaves doors unlocked in this sort of area. Did Freddie head for this particular door, knowing it would be open, or did he just get “lucky”? Does someone inside open the door? Would be interesting to know how the location ties to Gray.

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  24. One thing stands out: When you are a race-hustling racketeer trying to railroad innocent creepy-ass crackers and cops, you do NOT want the relentless unpaid blogging collective at The Conservative Treehouse hot on your ass!!

    Mosby is headed for Hotel Nifong.

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  25. sundance says:

    The stats tell the full, terrible story:

    So far in 2015 there have been 79 homicides in Baltimore–at this point in 2014 there had been 60 homicides. Of these 79 homicides, 73 are black people and 6 are white/Asian/unknown.

    Moreover, the rate of violence appears to be accelerating:

    Freddie Gray died on April 19, 2015–in the 16 days since his death there have been 19 homicides in Baltimore; more than one a day. (In 2014 there were a total of 210 homicides for the year.) In that 16 day period in 2014 there were a total of 7 homicides in Baltimore.

    It is looking more and more like the last remnant of law and order has collapsed in the black neighborhoods of Baltimore as the local cops, out of sheer self-survival, stop doing their jobs in these neighborhoods and the gangs and criminal elements take over.

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    • True Colors says:

      Additional black leaders in Baltimore include:
      – president of the baltimore city council(Bernard Young)
      – baltimore director of HR(Mary Talley)
      – baltimore labor commissioner(Deborah Moore-Carter)
      – chief of the fire department(Niles Ford)
      – school superintendent(S. Dallas Dance)
      – the head of the Maryland National Guard(stationed in Baltimore), Linda Singh

      And, to top all that off……

      Guess where THE national headquarters of the NAACP is located? Baltimore.

      TC

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Why…why would any cop try to catch a black perp? At this point the only difference it makes is that the cop will get life in prison.

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    • dalethorn says:

      I wonder if there’s a cleanup going on – cops cracking down on their end, and a lot of loose ends guys who could lead them to their higher ups are being taken out before they can do that. Or some other coverup. Just speculating.

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    • lovely says:

      And it is sounding like one of Mosby’s lead investigator has some problems;

      Another issue could arise from the team Mosby relied on to lead her case: one of her top investigators, Avon Mackel, is a former high-ranking Baltimore police officer who was stripped of his command post in 2009 for failing to follow through on a robbery investigation that two of his officers mishandled and did not report. A Baltimore Sun report said police in the district were accused of classifying serious crimes as lesser in order to log lower crime rates

      In October 2009, four months after his demotion, Baltimore County police sent a SWAT team to Mackel’s home, responding a drunken incident in which he was seen holding a gun, according to a police report of the incident obtained by CNN

      Officers said an intoxicated Mackel refused to cooperate and was visibly upset, according to the report provided in response to a public records request. An officer then “observed the barrel of Mackel’s handgun hanging over the edge of the molding at the top of the steps and saw Mackel pull the gun out of sight,” the report said

      Police used a Taser on Mackel while he was on the phone with his father “crying and yelling,” before he barricaded himself in his bedroom

      http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/06/politics/freddie-gray-baltimore-knife-marilyn-mosby-prosecution/

      Only the best for team Mosby.

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      • lorac says:

        A Baltimore Sun report said police in the district were accused of classifying serious crimes as lesser in order to log lower crime rates

        Just following Holder’s directive…. just as in Florida, Chicago, etc…

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        • Les says:

          Did the police do that or did Mosby and her new stats person do that?

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          • lorac says:

            I don’t know…. but his will be done – by someone lol

            I just realized – they’re lowering the crime stats artificially, and raising the school grades artificially (Atlanta)….

            I wonder what that does to a youngun’s mind – hey I keep stealing and assaulting, and I don’t get in trouble. And I keep skipping school but I keep getting As and scoring in the 90th percentile! I’m extraordinary!

            (but then – how is this youngun to reconcile that with the omnipresent racism and oppression and white privilege holding him back? Hmmmm…… questions, questions…..)

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          • Justice_099 says:

            Just a point – Mosby was not the prosecutor in 2009, and Rowlins was not the mayor. This has been going on for quite some time, it seems escalating until the breaking point.

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        • Exactly – I caught that when I read this article earlier this morning. Disgusting bunch of lowlifes. Changing the statistics by falsifying records does nothing to address the problem and, ultimately, is going to lead to higher numbers of more violent crimes. Blacks are feeling empowered like never before. Instead of using this for good, to get a leg up and try to make something of themselves and their lives, they are ramping up their crime sprees. They are becoming untouchable either by edict or by LE fear of retribution via arrest and prosecution. This is NOT going to end well.

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    • Vivid Blue says:

      Some quotes from Mosby in a Dec. article: http://www.baltimoremagazine.net/2014/12/26/cameo-marilyn-mosby
      FTA Mosby, “ I honestly believe that I’m following my passion, which has always been to reform the criminal justice system.

      FTA Mosby on whether African-American juries prevent convictions because they suspect police bias and sympathize with defendants.
      Essentially, yes. But I’m not going to say it’s just based on racial lines. It’s far more systemic than that. But I can say that there is a distrust for the criminal justice system, and sometimes rightfully so.

      Mosby also talks about wanting to give non-violent first time felonies jobs & classes instead of prison time, and then after a probationary period, their record is wiped clean. Harf would love her.

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      • VegasGuy says:

        “FTA Mosby, “ I honestly believe that I’m following my passion, which has always been to reform the criminal justice system. ”

        She is well on that path. In her world, if a PO makes an arrest that she determines is “illegal”, that PO will most likely be charged with false imprisonment …….

        Now there’s a reform we can all live with /s/

        LEO…choose your suspects carefully…..

        Why not just disband the PD all together? There are ‘no thugs” in Balt. according to her & Her Honor, Mayor Rollin’ Black.

        LOL

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        • And yet, in her campaign speech, she speaks of the fear in her neighborhood and others like it of the thugs. Wondering if they’re going to end up on the wrong end of a criminal’s gun. Worrying because their children can’t play outside, it’s not safe to be out doing yard work, etc. She lauds the police, the judges, the justice system. Everyone is doing their job EXCEPT the current state’s attorney. Go figure…

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      • Sick of it all says:

        Delusional, narcissistic, and clueless. It’s common in low IQ people elevated to jobs well beyond their capacities.

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  26. labrat says:

    Just a question. How do we know for sure that that’s Freddie ducking into the building? Have you been able to pick out any identifying characteristics? These images are too blurry for my old eyes.

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    • BertDilbert says:

      I am guessing he was followed from other camera locations and picked up on this camera view. Not a lot of people running early Sunday am.

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    • James F says:

      The police department released these videos specifically because Gray was in them.

      The times and location match up with police reports.

      The video shows the streets are otherwise empty and only show one person running.

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    • sundance says:

      I wondered the same thing.

      Actually I was pondering this morning if it might just have been Donta Allen running in there. One of the reasons I thought it might not be Freddie, is because they cut the video before anyone exits.

      But then I further thought, why would the video be released by BPD -and included in all the video’s they uplinked- if it wasn’t Freddie.

      I came to the conclusion that more likelihood existed that it WAS Freddie, than it wasn’t Freddie. Why else include it?

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      • Les says:

        We can identify the clothing.

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      • kathyca says:

        I’m asking myself the question of why a person of Donta’s ilk would be running into a project building to tell some dude who’s still in bed that the popo is outside and has his “friend.” There are only two reasons I can think of. One is that Freddie has the goods of the dude in bed. Two is that one is true and Freddie may drop the dime on sleeping dude. Especially if Freddie is a known snitch, as rumored. There’s not a chance in the world that dude in bed was advised of the situation so he could “help his friend.” The suggestion is laughable, imo.

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        • Justice_099 says:

          Completely and entirely unfounded, but one thought that had went through my head at one point was that if Freddie was a known snitch, a second passenger in the van could have been intentionally deployed to ‘take care of him’ and all the better to leave the cops to blame for it.

          At least in gangs and the mafia, it was not uncommon to get someone into the same prison as the snitch to ‘take care of them’ before they could be brought to trial.

          I discount that only because the drug dealing there is small-time and Freddie wasn’t shown to have any drugs on him anyway.

          Of course, a cover for informants is usually an arrest of some sort to keep their street cred and interview them away from everyone else.

          If Donta really was somehow in that van, maybe homicide interviewed him because they suspected he might have injured Freddie?

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        • And the same applies with Freddie alerting the dude. Hey, man, Donta and I just got busted and their on our tails. If they catch him, he’s going to spill. You can almost hear the announcement.

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  27. Rodney Plonker says:

    Here is an interesting article on when MOBsy took over her reign of terror. http://www.baltimorefishbowl.com/stories/fired-states-attorneys-office-employee-describes-vindictive-transition-marilyn-mosby/

    “According to Cole, the firing had been foretold.

    “Many in the office fear that her treatment of this prosecutor was Ms. Mosby making good on what they had seen at a minority bar association event during the primary campaign,” she writes. “At that event, this prosecutor was sitting with Gregg Bernstein when several other prosecutors (including friends and supporters of Ms. Mosby) saw Ms. Mosby make a throat-slitting-motion with her hand, indicating that this prosecutor was out.

    “I know many of you are scared to speak out and feel like your hands are tied. Mine are not,” Cole writes. “So let me say what so many of you are feeling: in just over a week, she has already proven she is too early in her career to know how to lead, which must be through inspiration, not intimidation.”

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    • BertDilbert says:

      Yeah the was the person in charge of crime stats. The stats are not working in her favor apparently.

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    • Sick of it all says:

      Too early in her career? So, like, if she is just kept in her job she’s going to get smarter and grow a clue?

      Come on. This is BRA. It’s being run by people whose Talented Tenth are about as smart as the one-standard-deviation-above-mean whites and Asians.

      They are actors, minstrels, and posers elevated by Affirmative Action–the ultimate Peter Principle.

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  28. thevelvetkitten says:

    Great find !!!! Now..the question that pops in my head is ..Why did he come back out and run towards them if he managed to evade them? That isn’t normal.

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    • thevelvetkitten says:

      My gut is saying that maybe they are all in on this.. The interviews I have heard they are a loved “power couple”. I know this is far fetched and I hope I am wrong..but what better way to thrust oneself in the limelight..then a case like this in the midst of everything else going on. I don’t like to think of people in this light but there have been so many incidence where things were made up.
      I can’t help but wonder if there are connections prior to this…if you listen to her campaign speech it seems though those that grow up there are tight knit….so maybe? Or am I just thinking to much?

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  29. Justice_099 says:

    So, the other night after the boy-who-was-not-shot was shot, were there any riots?

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  30. Armie says:

    “Having made eye contact with Mr. Gray, Mr. Gray subsequently ran from Lt. Rice”.
    In addition to being illiterate, the sentence is intended to imply that Gray running was all Rice’s fault. Sub-text: “if police officers would just stop making eye contact with their betters, we wouldn’t have these problems.”

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  31. True Colors says:

    I know that this may be obvious to everyone, but….. I feel the need to spell this out.

    Mosby made it sound like the cops scooped Gray up before he had a chance to hurt himself or to hide drugs.

    However, his trip into the building means that the opposite is actually true. On both counts.

    Mosby purposely filtered out an important detail in order to sanitize the image of Mr. Gray. What else is she hiding from us? Inquiring minds want to know.

    TC

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  32. ackbarsays says:

    Overview Image:

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  33. ackbarsays says:

    Camera #2106 first pic

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  34. ackbarsays says:

    Camera #2106 second pic. As you can see, I’ve begun calling the door the “Diwataman Door.” LOL

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  35. ackbarsays says:

    Additional cameras. Arrest location was to the left, a building over.

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  36. Paws says:

    I dont get what this matters? He could be guilty as hell of something but what does that matter? He was healthy before he was arrested and dead an hour later…

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    • kathyca says:

      “He was healthy before he was arrested”

      Thank goodness Freddie Gray’s personal physician has decided to post and clear everything up for us about his pre-arrest health.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Point of fact, he wasn’t dead an hour later.

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    • mazziflol says:

      Actually, he died 168 Hours (7 days) later…

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      • kathyca says:

        Which reminds me of a great point another poster made and which was part of one of SD’s main posts…Why was it again that 22 year old Donta was not booked but instead interviewed by “homocide” days before anyone was actually dead? Just an excellent question to keep in mind.

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        • mazziflol says:

          Isnt booking reserved for people who are arrested? Was 22 year old ‘Donta’ ever arrested or was he just questioned?

          From https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/05/02/update-the-curious-case-of-freddie-grays-transport-van-companion-baltimore-prosecutor-marilyn-mosby-manipulating-the-media/

          “Despite Donta claiming on CNN with Don Lemon that he arrived in the Baltimore Booking Station “while overhearing police talking about Freddie Gray not breathing”, there’s absolutely no indication he was ever there on 4/12/15. Nor is there an arrest record, or a booking record, for him on that date.”

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          • kathyca says:

            I have no reason to believe Donta was arrested. My point was about why he would be interviewed by homicide (instead of cited, as he claims) when there had been no death and wouldn’t be for a week. And to be clear, that was a great point made by another poster. Sadly, not by me lol

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          • VegasGuy says:

            “Despite Donta claiming on CNN with Don Lemon that he arrived in the Baltimore Booking Station “while overhearing police talking about Freddie Gray not breathing”, there’s absolutely no indication he was ever there on 4/12/15. Nor is there an arrest record, or a booking record, for him on that date.”

            That is correct.

            Did anyone yet determine if the “violation exparte / prot order guy was the one that was picked up that day?

            I did find a Timothy Allen with an incident date 4/12/2015 BUT booking date 4/13/2015
            for that charge. Arresting Officer Charles Smith…

            And this guy is 38 YO. And it appears Timothy is still in custody.

            If this has been explored please excuse…..

            http://casesearch.courts.state.md.us/casesearch/inquiryDetail.jis?caseId=5B02298210&loc=3&detailLoc=DSCR

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            • starrdustt says:

              I’m not truly familiar with all the procedures of the Baltimore Police department, but I am acquainted with some people who got arrested in that general area of town. Everyone winds up being taken to a facility called “Central Booking”, which is (from what I hear) a hellhole of a holding facility adjacent to the old medieval looking City jail where the booking paperwork gets done. This is a mile or two to the east of Baltimore’s Western District police station, which is where Freddy Gray and (if true) the Donta guy were taken by the transport Van. This is where, according to Donta, his conversations and questioning took place and his observations were made. I believe they hold arrestees at the stations temporarily until a shuttle runs them down to Central Booking. My point being…since Donta wasn’t arrested, he never made it down to Central Booking, so never got “booked” and none of this would show up in their electronic records. Common sense dictates that the Western District would have some kind of paperwork records showing that he was present at the station (assuming he was) but this wouldn’t show up on any of the electronic search sites.

              Regarding why he was talking to homicide before Freddy had even died – I think it was covered in one of the earlier threads that for the hood thug “snitches get stitches” mentality, there is some kind of distinction between street police and detectives. Apparently, talking to street cops is snitching, and you’re in a load of trouble with the hood rats if you do, while talking to homicide detectives is not snitching. So in all likelihood, if he talked to anyone, he’s just claiming publicly that it was with homicide to protect his own backside.

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        • kathyca says:

          gah, homIcide. Lord

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        • oldiadguy says:

          It’s possible homicide began their investigation into the possibility of an in custody death. If Gray had stopped breathing at the scene and was listed as critical at the hospital, I can easily see it happening. The Best time to start an investigation is a soon after an event as possible.

          If Donta was “arrested” I believe there will be a data trail. The officer surely conducted a wanted and record check on him if he was going to issue him a summons. Whether that inquiry was conducted over the radio or at a terminal at the station, doesn’t matter. I’ve conducted “log search inquiries” many times, those inquiries will be in the system.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            I thought that was the problem for Donte, there is no data trail.

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            • oldiadguy says:

              None that we can access. If he was stopped, a wanted/record check conducted, the radio log and/or computer inquiry log will have that information stored with date and time of inquiry.

              It is SOP for almost any police officer to conduct a wanted/record on anybody they detain or arrest. I can not imagine any police officer not conducting an inquiry.

              Also, depending on the wanted/record data in the Baltimore Maryland area, there could be several databases that were access and each would have a record of that inquiry.

              I can’t believe the task force guys can’t prove whether Donta was there.

              Another thought, does the Western District Station have cameras? Many police stations will have cameras on the outside of their building and in the booking/holding area.

              Yes, in Donta was brought to the station there maybe be video evidence as well that could be subpoenaed by the officers’ attorneys should it become an issue.

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              • VegasGuy says:

                IF Donata Allen is actually Donata ALLEN…….Perhaps that is why we can not locate any record for this guy.

                Has anyone been able to vet whether this guys name is actually Allen? Or has he been inserted as a dup for the actual prisoner that was arrested at that stop? (whose name I am beginning to suspect is actually Allen…Timothy)

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                • oldiadguy says:

                  I’m not following you?

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                • VegasGuy says:

                  Guess what I am asking is whether Donta Allen’s name is actually Donta Allen.

                  The reason I ask is that the “mystery” prisoner was not named. Yet I found a Timothy Allen that was arrested for the exparte / prot ord charge on 4/12/2015. Arresting Officer Charles Smith. Case # 580229810. What was strange was the THIS Allen was not booked until 4/13/2015.

                  Curiously, Timothy Allen IS 38 YO, Black, and still incustody with a court date later this month.That corresponds to the initial info we got. “Un-named” prisoner, age 38.

                  Then suddenly, a 22 YO poops up claiming he was the “mystery” prisoner & that he was never arrested & goes on to “bebunk” the thrashing about in the van & then recants that.

                  So if you are searching for an Allen with an exparte / prot charge (or ANY charge) in custody on 4/12 you wont find him. He says he was never arrested but just taken to Homicide for questioning.

                  Yet I found it odd that his name & the Actual arrestee of 4/12 (for the exparte charge) were both ALLEN.

                  Therefore, I was questioning whether we actually know that Donta ALLEN real name is Donta ALLEN, or did he assume the name Allen in the event the un-named prisoner ultimately surfaced?

                  Have we seen any actual mug shots of Dante that compare with the guy that was interviewed?
                  Was he a “plant” to put out the story with the recanted twist? Gut feeling is that Danta’s real last name is not ALLEN.

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                • oldiadguy says:

                  Holy smokes, Vegas Guy. Can you post a link with the information on the Timothy Allen that was arrested? If Timothy Allen was arrested in the Western District anywhere near where the last stop for Gray’s conveyance, that would have to be the guy.

                  The reason he wasn’t booked the same day could be for a couple of reasons. Being interviewed by Homicide, became ill or just a screwed up system.

                  Please link what you have. Many Thanks!!

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          • lorac says:

            I think he said up front that he wasn’t arrested, wasn’t even processed… just taken to homicide for questioning.

            Nice way to insert a fake criminal if you were so inclined….

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            • oldiadguy says:

              I believe he said he was arrested, but he wasn’t charged. I recall the officer was preparing to write him a summons when homicide came in and he left with them.

              My take, if the police brought him in to the station and were going to issue him a summons and release him, he was arrested. The interesting point is whether a report number was drawn and a report written for the incident.

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            • VegasGuy says:

              Oldiaguy…..
              Hope you see this…..There was no “reply’ under your last post……

              http://casesearch.courts.state.md.us/casesearch/inquiryDetail.jis?caseId=5B02298210&loc=3&detailLoc=DSCR

              Looks like he might be being held on a Florida warrant. The case info does not give the arrest location. Just the Officer info. But this guy is also listed as 240 Lbs.
              I could be wrong but when I get a gut reaction most of the time it pans out…..LOL

              Court date is 5/18 at 1400 E. North Ave.

              If the link takes you to “search”.. enter Allen, Timothy
              In the District column enter “Balt City
              Date range 04/12/2015 – 04/13/2015

              He should pop right up

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              • oldiadguy says:

                Found it! From looking at the video, this guy does appear to fit the physical description of the suspect that was placed in the back of the van on that last stop. In fact he fits the physical description much better than the media witness, Donta Allen.

                The warrant is out of Maryland – FL stands for Family Law FL 4.509 = Violation of a Protection Order. The incident date was 4-12-15 and the charges were issued on 4-13-15.

                I suspect he is the subject that was arrested at 2100 Crimea Road. That location is in another Police District, Southwestern District to be exact. However, he matches the age, race, and charge as stated in the WaPo story. His height and weight looks to be similar to the subject placed in the van at the last stop. But same last name as the media witness???

                Yes, this is very interesting. Way too many coincidences. I wish I had access to the Baltimore PD’s CAD system. I wonder if he had been taken from the Crimea address to the location of the last stop to be identified. Once ID’d the officers called for a conveyance to take him to central booking. Instead the subject ended up in Gray’s conveyance and was conveyed to the nearest station, the Western District Station instead of Central Booking where Goodson was originally in route to.

                Very good find!!

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    • James F says:

      He did not die until A WEEK later, not an hour.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      He was a drug addict. Riddled by Heroin and multi vitodrugs. His health was on the verge of expiration. He had not been eating Moochie Meals. Heroin addiction plus the cuts the bloods an crips put in has not too good effects on the spine. De bones dey become brittle mon. He was dead before he was caught.

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    • sundance says:

      Paws, it matters because 8 of the charges filed by SA Marilyn Mosby specifically state there was no justifiable cause to question Freddie Gray, and there was no justifiable cause to arrest.

      EIGHT charges are contingent upon this principle.

      What this video clearly shows is there was MORE THAN ENOUGH justification to question Freddie Gray because of his suspicious running etc without even any provocation which would have led him to run.

      Secondly, the legality -or lack there of- of the knife is the issue in the second aspect of justifiable cause to arrest Freddie Gray.

      If the police had both justifiable reason to question him (stop frisk), and justifiable reason to arrest him. Then EIGHT of the charges against the officers disappear completely.

      For two officers, Nero and Miller, that means total dismissal; and arguably that eliminates the charges for Rice.

      That only leaves 3 officers with charges (Oddly all three black officers – Porter, White and Goodson) who are charged based on the trip in the transport van.

      That’s why it matters.

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  37. BobNoxious says:

    The reason I think it’s safe to assume this is Freddie running into the building is b/c everyone else on the video is walking around for the most part and the man running into the door is dressed an awful lot like Freddie.

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  38. lovely says:

    Kudos! to Diwataman! I am more than impressed!

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  39. doodahdaze says:

    I guarantee. The bike cops had absolute probable cause to capture the perp based on the radipo alert by Rice.

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  40. Nobody says:

    Look for the feds to start investigating something to provide some cover for Mosby. Basically they are going to come in and run out the clock until the NFL starts for real. Look for a special on kim kardashian’s rear end to premiere in Baltimore sometime this summer.

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  41. Appalled says:

    Are there any indoor cameras in the building in question?

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  42. Justice_099 says:

    Maybe we should make posts of each one of the officers (one a day perhaps) and the charges they face and just deconstruct them one at a time.

    I wonder if there would even be a chicken bone left by the time we are done with it. 🙂

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    • Phae says:

      Perhaps a wishbone for Mosby? lol

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      • oldiadguy says:

        Yes, a wishbone is appropriate. After all, the list of charges apparently came from a wish list. They certainly did not come from the evidence.

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        • VegasGuy says:

          So true…..

          The murder charge is going to be her undoing. She can not possibly have all the evidence she will require given the extremely short time she had to investigate. She received the BPD report the day before and the ME report the day of. And she constructed a murder case?

          True lack of experience and a clear agenda that unfortunately, she has not thought through for sure. Pure impulse to quell the masses and present a swift response to “Justice for Freddy”. Sadly, she actually believes she is somehow a hometown “Hero”. A crusader that will undo all the prior injustice to the entire Black Race in one fell swoop.

          In order for cause and manner of death to be properly determined all aspects of a case have to be taken into consideration, including the results of the autopsy, toxicology, and the circumstances leading up to the death.

          No doubt some of that is available. But certainly a lot of that is missing from this equation. And Mosby can not possibly have all the charging elements accounted for with the sparse investigation she conducted.

          The manner of death determined must legally have a foundation in forensic science. To classify this as a homicide is, at this point, merely by definition, substantiating the charge of murder. Kind of circular reasoning. Putting the cart before the horse. One can not have a murder charge without a cause of death being homicide.

          One can still have lesser charges, such as manslaughter in varying degrees, in either undetermined or even accidental death. But a murder charge requires the manner of death to be homicide.

          Of course, in a high profile case a prosecutor might pressure the medical examiner to rule a case a ‘homicide’ when an alternate manner might be a more accurate descriptor.

          If that was done in this case, Mosby has created not only a breach of ethics, but has put herself in a position of possible acquittals across the board which would halt her career aspirations for quite some time.

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    • Allfal says:

      Justice_99, I believe that to be an excellent idea. The initial stop has been in question. If probable cause is established for the initial stop, it not only clears the arresting officers but also throws doubt on most subsequent actions by others.

      Individualize this and you may end up clearing all.

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      • VegasGuy says:

        “If probable cause is established for the initial stop, it not only clears the arresting officers but also throws doubt on most subsequent actions by others.”

        If you think about how she phrased the CA she contradicts hersel a couple of times.

        Officer Nero “physically held him down against his will”. Exactly what charge is associated with that? False imprisonment? Excessive force? Violation of Civil Rights?

        Actually, until he was cuffed & announced as “arrested”, he was lawfully “detained” at that point, based on the officers suspicion. That prerogative is within the law based on an officers reasonable & experienced judgment of suspicious activity of a person of interest.

        That’s like Law 101……Duh

        The video clearly shows Gray to already be on the ground. The CA states “Mr. Gray “surrendered” to the pursuing officers. “Surrendering to” equates to Gray acknowledging detention, as Gray voluntarily submitted, as she states, to Police Authority by surrendering.

        Miller & Nero then placed him in cuffs…ergo.. then ”arrested him”. That is standard Police procedure.

        See Law 101….

        Her insertion of the knife being legal is her sole rationale for the arrest being illegal.
        Again, the arresting officer cites Baltimore ordinance verses Md. statute.

        What is clear is that SHE does not recognize the difference, or it was pointed out to her by BPD & SHE just ignores it.

        Those charges will evaporate……

        SMH

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        • Allfal says:

          VegasGuy, correct, you may handcuff an individual that you are ” detaining” without arrest. I am speaking to the “unlawful Imprisonment” charge. To handcuff a subject for officer safety requires no charges in my jurisdiction. To handcuff and call the wagon requires resisting or a charge.

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          • Allfal says:

            To expand on this a little, in my jurisdiction the major reason for not handcuffing an individual under detention is that , once under restraint, they may not legally submit to a voluntary search of their property or person, other than a Terry frisk. In this case, a Terry frisk revealed an assisted opening knife, apparently not legal in Maryland law.

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          • VegasGuy says:

            Thanks…I was fairly sure that is standard procedure in almost any jurisdiction.
            I concur with the “unlawful imprisonment”.

            “To handcuff and call the wagon requires resisting or a charge.”

            And the illegal knife in possession of a felon on parole satisfies that requirement.

            Therefore, a legal arrest with proper citation….

            This woman is on a power trip.

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            • Allfal says:

              VegasGuy, agreed, it all depends on what justification they used to stop him initially. Some furtive movement, some stuffing something somewhere, something. Eye contact and running is not sufficient. Any well rounded officer that I know would have some idea on why they stopped him, even if it was only a known drug seller in a known drug sale area acting in a manner consistent with drug sellers, making eye contact and fleeing. Please, give me something to work with. I certainly believe that the officer’s saw something like the above. I just don’t see it in the info released to this point.

              They can run for no reason, you, as an officer can run with them for no reason. The question is, how do you justify what you do if they stop or you catch them. You have to have seen something.

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  43. coeurdaleneman says:

    This set of charges has become so laughably pathetic that some of us can take a case off and just passively observe the unravelling.

    I’m more worried about poor Office Slager… 😦

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  44. lilbirdee'12 says:

    Stunning, absolutely stunning work. I LOVE this place and all who perch here !

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  45. I noticed CNN used part of the video tonight, lol, looks like they like reading here 😉 All those resources right at the tips of all those media outlets for some reason can’t compete with what we all do here, such a shame.

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  46. thevelvetkitten says:

    How far does Moore live from where he filmed this? Seems like pretty quick reflex to be woken up,dressed and grabbing camera as well as to location in @ 3 min or less..

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    • littlelaughters says:

      He probably skipped the getting dressed part. Or maybe he passed out…errr..fell asleep in his clothes so he was already dressed. 😉

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    • VegasGuy says:

      “How far does Moore live from where he filmed this?”

      Maybe just inside the door Freddy ducked into?

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  47. Another view of the “Donta” arrest

    @11:06

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    • jason says:

      Here’s the other view.

      Question, I see someone (Goodson/driver?) check on freddie at 12:42 ~ 9:12:43. Opens his compartment briefly and shuts it.

      Next time the camera pans back by at 13:32 ~9:13:34, I see 6 officers total, 5 at the back of the van and looking at/into Freddie’s compartment. Is this the infamous 6? It’s hard to tell much of anything, but I see a lot of white arms so I’m not sure if this is the 3+3 charged. Also, weren’t 2 of the officers charged the bike cops who initially detained and arrested Freddie? There’s only 1 bike officer in this shot so does this vid demonstrate there’s a 7th officer (6 here + 2nd bike ofc) who was present, or perhaps even more than just the 6 initially ID’d?

      Basically, if this vid shows 6 cops, with only 5 charged, or 4 charged, or even 3 of the 6, how’d Ms. Mosby determine some were probably guilty of manslaughter or worse, while 1 or more weren’t charged at all? More sloppy work or am I missing something here?

      link for pic:http://s7.postimg.org/r3mncjgcb/freddie_donta_allen_stop3.png

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  48. pspsst says:

    All three doubled back, including Mike Brown after he turned a corner near grass and trees. The doubling back in hindsight is a sign of dumping goods. This is not a random coincidence.

    Is the building an apartment? If so, is the door to that apartment habitually unlocked or did Fred have a key? I’m surprised with that many security cameras that the door is not locked. Who lives at the residence – the camera guy? As soon as Freddy sees his camera buddy, he falls to the ground to feign incapacitation, no longer capable of running. It is more and more likely that Freddy was trying to set the police up, he couldn’t feign a broken leg, nor a broken arm, got desperate and finally went too far to actually hurt himself.

    Sadly, the proof is that Mosby and Rawlings have made Baltimore drastically less safe for everyone especially the youth.

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  49. pspsst says:

    Simply awesome work! I thank your dedication treepers, Baltimore was once a great state, same as America. Save Baltimore and other states, one street at a time if you must. Push back the dreadful shadows cast by these malingerers from D.C. right down to Mobsy aand her councilman husband.

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    • pspsst says:

      The aa was a typo, really! Omigosh

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    • Allfal says:

      Much like they said about Vietnam, I fear that Baltimore is one of the ones that we must destroy in order to save. I fear that they must reap what they have sown. Unfortunate. I liked that city quite a while ago.

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