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baltimore police announcing thursday they've already delivered a highly anticipated report on the arrest of freddie gray to the state's attorney's office , twenty five year old freddie gray suffered a spinal injury while in police custody and later died in hospital nnnnn his dance touching of weeks of protest and a night of arson and looting baltimore's police commissioner said investigators resisted pressure to come up with quick answers , getting to the right the right answer , as more important in the speech , it's more important than just coming forth and given a document , baltimore police said they would not take direction from the state's attorney's office and a task force may continue to investigate nnnnn , but the report is yet to be made public and that is some activists and residents angle writers editor scott malone in baltimore some protesters ambushed with you that i this is a case of justice delayed means justice denied and are expressed concerns that down that that wasn't going to , to withhold information cover things up on others said they were willing to be patient and that it is more important and that a thorough investigation done , and that is that a fair investigation be done and that responsibility be sound and it took more time for that to happen so be it washington post on wednesday citing a police document in which a prisoner in the same van is gray reportedly said he believed gray was intentionally trying to injure himself , grace family attorney responding they disagree with any implication that gray severed his own spinal cord , thousands of national guard troops and police remain in the city to maintain order and enforce a ten p. m. curfew