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>> Have been and continue->> Prosecutors in Baltimore dropping all charges Wednesday, against the remaining police officers awaiting trail in the death of Freddie Gray. The stunning move ends one of the most high profile cases of police prosecution in the U.S., at a time when racial tensions are still running high.
Last week, prosecutors again failed to secure a conviction. So far, four of the six officers have gone to trial and none have been convicted. Maryland State attorney Marilyn Mosby who pushed for the police trials now speaking out.>> No matter how much we may disagree with these rulings, we do not believe that Freddie Gray killed himself.
Twenty-five year old Gray suffered spinal cord injuries in the back of a police van in April of 2015, and died a week after his arrest. His death triggered violent protests against police brutality in Baltimore and across the nation.