2 Years Later - Five Of The Police Officer In Freddie Gray Death Face Department Violations
Five of the of the 6 Baltimore City Police Officers who were charged in the death of Freddie Gray are now facing Departmental violations. 3 of those Officers are facing termination. Officer Caesar Goodson, the drive of the van, Lt. Brian Rice and Sgt. Alicia White. Officers Edward Nero and Garrett Miller initially made the arrest, were give 5 days suspension without pay. Learn more about the police officers being discipline in the case of Freddie Gray.
INJUSTICE AT LARGE - Baltimore Suffers At the Hands Of The Penal System
Rioter carried by his neck and feet, instead of his hands and feet...
The Justice System is a real travesty to the People of Baltimore... Here we have several Police Officers charged with crimes against the State, where common sense dictates and illustrates, there is guilt, due to the death of a human being. Regardless of whether Freddie Gray is a criminal or not, he had a right to live. The Baltimore City Police Officers charged in Freddie Gray's death would never allow a jury of their peers to judge their fate, so they choose to let the judge solely make the decision.
Basic Criminal Law, states that all citizens have the right to be judged by a jury of their peers or a judge in good standing, to decide their guilt or innocence when faced with charges brought about by the State or Commonwealth. These Baltimore City Police Officers are citizens too, and they choose to have a judge hear their case.