(Video) Sports: High School Football Player Charged With Attempted Murder After Savagely Beating Teammate

A member of Baltimore’s Frederick Douglass High School’s football team was charged with attempted murder Thursday in a brutal attack on a teammate. The attack, which left the victim hospitalized and facing surgery, was captured on video and posted online. In it, a student is seen repeatedly punching another in the head and face and then stomping on the bloodied teen’s head. In this week’s assault, Sean Johnson, 17, faces attempted murder, assault and other charges, according to the Baltimore state’s attorneys office. He was charged as an adult and held without bond Thursday. The victim was not identified. Reports say the teenager started having convulsions as he laid in his own blood. Sometimes the word savage gets used incorrectly but that is definitely the way to describe this. source

The Family Of Freddie Gray Will Gain $6.4 Million From Baltimore City In Civil Case

A week after the pre-trial hearing begins, accusing six officers in the death of Freddie Gray, the city releases a press statement to announce their tentative settlement with Gray’s family. Find out more after the jump.

Pre-Trial Hearing Of Accused Officers In The Death Freddie Gray Begins

The pre-trail hearing for six officers accused of murdering Freddie Gray, 25, begins today [Sept.1]. Caesar R. Goodson Jr., the driver of the police van in which Gray was injured, is charged with second-degree depraved-heart murder while the others face manslaughter and second-degree assault. Judge Barry Glenn Williams listens to arguments of dismissal due to the actions of State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby. Attorneys argue for dismissal due to statements made by Mosby when announcing the charges against the officers. Her role in the independent investigation of Gray’s death have “tainted the pool of potential jurors for their trial,” according to the Baltimore Sun. Find out more down bottom.

(Video) Cast Of The Wire Reunites To Give A Voice To Citizens Of Baltimore

HBO’s crime masterpiece series is probably the most associated piece of entertainment to the city of Baltimore. Cast Of The Wire Reunites To Give A Voice To Citizens Of Baltimore . Hop into the post to check out some videos and all the details about Cast Of The Wire Reunites To Give A Voice To Citizens Of Baltimore. #IFWT!

Officers Charged In The Death Of Freddie Gray Pleads Not Guilty + Trial Date Has Been Set

Judge Barry G. Williams will oversea the trial for six Baltimore officers – Officers Caesar R. Goodson Jr., William G. Porter, Edward M. Nero, Garrett E. Miller, along with Sgt. Alicia D. White, and Lt. Brian W. Rice – charged in the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. A trial date has been set, following a plea of not guilty from the six. Drop down bottom for more.

(Photos) Are Baltimore Police Getting Back At State Attorney Mosby For Bringing Charges?

Once Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby brought charges to the six police officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray, the Fraternal Order of Police immediately showed their disapproval of the charges as well as their call for Mosby to be removed from the case. As summer approaches in Baltimore City, crime rates are rising but it seems like police are taking less and less action against it. Click more to read the full story!

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