(Video) Baltimore Police Officers Get Fired After Federal Reports Alleges Excessive Force

The Justice Department and Baltimore police have decided that they will negotiate court-enforceable reforms after a federal report was released. The scathing report criticizes police for excessive force and routinely discriminating against blacks.

Officers In Freddie Gray Case Are Now Suing Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby

After being released on all charges, the officers in Freddie Gray’s are now looking to pursue a lawsuit against Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby. Out of the six officers in the case, five of them are now suing Mosby. These officers include: Officer Garrett Miller, Officer Edward Nero, Officer William Porter, Lt. Brian Rice, and Sgt. Alicia White.

(Photo) SMH: All Charges Dropped Against Remaining Officers In Freddie Gray Case

Tragic but certainly becoming the norm. All charges have been dropped against the remaining officers in Freddie Gray’s case. So basically, justice has NOT been served for Freddie Gray.

(Photo) YG Goes All The Way Off After All Charges Were Dropped In Freddie Gray’s Case

YG is not here for all this police brutality right along with the rest of us. In a series of tweets, YG expresses his anger for all the recent shooting’s in which innocent black men have been killed by police.

NBA: Carmelo Anthony on Officers Going Free in Freddie Gray Case & His Plans to Fight Injustice

On Monday during Team USA Basketball practice in Las Vegas, Carmelo Anthony was mostly all smiles.  But afterward, the star forward who grew up in Baltimore, was told that for the fourth time, prosecutors in Baltimore failed to get a conviction in the Freddie Gray case as Lt. Brian Rice was acquitted on Monday of all charges related to Gray’s arrest and death.

Fourth (and Highest Ranking) Officer In Freddie Gray Case Acquitted On ALL Charges

And yet another injustice. The fourth (out of 6) and highest-ranking officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray has been acquitted of all charges. Lt. Brian Rice was facing involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. His failure to put a seatbelt on Freddie “may have been an error in judgment and a violation of updated policy” the judge said, but he found prosecutors failed to prove it rose to a criminal level.

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