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Another Freddie Gray Case Officer Cleared of All Administrative Charges

Lt. Brian Rice

Lt. Brian Rice, the highest ranking officer on the scene on the day Freddie Gray’s spinal cord was severed, was cleared of any wrongdoing today by a police trial board.

Officer Caesar Goodson, Van Driver in Freddie Gray’s Death, Acquitted by Trial Board

Officer Caesar Goodson

The police van driver once accused in court of giving Freddie Gray a “rough ride” won’t face any punishment from the Baltimore Police Department.

Baltimore Private Schools Embroiled in Controversy from Racially Charged Social Media Photos


Some of Baltimore’s private schools are in the worst kind of spotlight this week, thanks to some deplorable Halloween antics from a group of students and an alum.

Watch: The Trailer is Out for HBO’s New Documentary, ‘Baltimore Rising’

Still via YouTube/HBO

A new documentary premiering on HBO next month offers us a look in the mirror two and a half years out from the Uprising that ignited with Freddie Gray’s death.

Dept. of Justice will Not Charge Officers in Freddie Gray Case



Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr., Officer Edward M. Nero, Officer Garrett E Miller (top L-R), Officer William G. Porter, Lt. Brian W. Rice, Sgt. Alicia D. White (bottom L-R),

The Baltimore Sun reported today that the U.S. Department of Justice will not move forward with charges against the officers in connection with the death of Freddie Gray.

Trump Nudges Police to Treat Arrestees Roughly, Sending Chills Through Post-Freddie Gray Baltimore

Official portrait of President Donald Trump, via the White House

The president’s latest head-scratching speech, in which he urged law enforcement to not be “too nice” to arrestees, reopened some wounds here in Baltimore.

Police Union Responds to Internal Charges Filed Against Officers in Freddie Gray Case

From left, top: Officers Caesar Goodson, Edward Nero, Garrett Miller. From left, bottom: Officer William Porter, Lt. Brian Rice and Sgt. Alicia White. (All but Porter face internal charges.)

Baltimore’s police union today condemned the news that internal charges are being brought against five of the six officers who were indicted and later acquitted (or had charges dropped) in Freddie Gray’s spring 2015 death, saying in a statement that “the only losers in this decision to continue persecuting these five officers are the citizens of Baltimore City.”