Sunday 3 May 2015

Six policemen face charges of murder for the Death of Freddie Gray

Prosecutors said Gray Freddie death was homicide. Trial would be in another city

The city of Baltimore (EE. UU.) Began to breathe easy after the announcement that the prosecution charges of murder charged against six police officers for the death of young black Freddie Gray in police custody, which led to serious rioting and protests.
State Attorney for Baltimore City, Marilyn Mosby, explained that the death of Gray considered a homicide, caused by malpractice in an "illegal" detention.

Therefore, he will file charges of second-degree murder against one of the policemen, while the rest must answer for crimes ranging from manslaughter to assault, false imprisonment and breach of duty.
Although there is no reason to allow an arrest, Gray was shackled hand and foot and put into a police van without a seatbelt, to be transferred to the police station, where he arrived with cardiopulmonary arrest.
The most serious charge of murder in the second degree, which can carry a sentence of 30 years in prison, will be presented against Caesar Goodson agent, who drove the police van.

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