Freddie Gray case: Judge acquits Lt. Brian Rice of all charges


#1

Prosecutors in Baltimore have failed for the fourth time to secure a conviction in the Freddie Gray case, with Circuit Judge Barry Williams acquitting Lt. Brian Rice of all charges related to Gray’s arrest and death.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/freddie-gray/bs-md-ci-rice-verdict-20160718-story.html


#2

God bless all these cops putting their lives in an environment of heightened danger these days. This racial strife is purposeful and well funded. I pray that people see the violence and no longer wish to associate with such violent movements.


#3

Makes one wonder what Baltimore will be like tonight.


#4

She continues to cost the city a small fortune, she should have dismissed this case after her 0 record with any conviction and multiple attempts. Did she dismiss the last cases, no. She further created an atmosphere of chaos while at the cost of the city which can’t afford the nonsense of her incompetence. Smoke and mirrors without allowing a city to heal.


#5

Mosby is a power-hungry race-baiter who knows that recently one’s best chance to become mayor is to play up racial tensions in the city. She’s a disgrace.


#6

Is Mosby the woman who said something like, “…and for those who wanted to riot, we gave them space to do that.”?


#7

there is still one trial left or are there 2?

this will be one more reason for someone to go beserk.


#8

He should be acquitted if he legitimately did nothing wrong.


#9

Good.


#10

Prosecutors of officers accused in Freddie
Gray death face pressure for disbarment
washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jul/18/john-banzhaf-law-professor-seeks-disbarment-of-bal/

                         These prosecutors and the media send out the message that they have a very strong case against the police, when they don't. Then when the police are acquitted, groups like Black Lives Matter and the New Black Panther Party tell the black community that the reason is that the courts are totally racist.

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