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searches or arrest that violate the fourth amendment to move coming after six baltimore cops were charged in connection with what prosecutors call the illegal arrest of freddie gray who later died of injuries sustained in police custody reuters correspondent ian simpson most a recent high profile review was out of the ferguson missouri police department , where an unarmed black man was shot by police officer last year and %HESITATION found that there had been a real , ferguson department routinely , uh discriminated against a black guy suspects are black %HESITATION residents of the city and %HESITATION was quite damning in israel as a result a number of %HESITATION , people that work for the city were fired baltimore's mayor saying wednesday she was committed to reforming the police department promising cops would be equipped with small video recorders known his body cams by the end of the year the death of freddie grain april touching off weeks of protests and culminating in a night of looting and arson leading the city to impose a curfew and call in the national guard as the police department faced mounting criticism baltimore's mayor has tried to stay ahead of the situation , she noted that her efforts , have brought some results including a drop in complaints about excessive force and discourtesy but that had not gone nearly far enough and that this was another step and performing this department which has about thirty two hundred employees new u. s. attorney general loretta lynch met with baltimore's mayor on tuesday the justice department saying wednesday lynch was actively considering the city's request to investigate