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Old 05-03-2015, 09:51 AM
 
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In your opinion. As for "dirtying the jury pool" I submit that started with the S.A.'s statements after she described the charges.

Not at all.

She saw the evidence, she scoured the streets for CCTV video, I think she is confident enough to know she has good cause to bring charges and might even win some convictions.

I like her passion, she was outraged with the injuries FG died from.

He was not treated humanely, is my belief.
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Old 05-03-2015, 10:36 AM
 
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Task force members continued to investigate all possibilities even though they
felt confident that Gray had suffered a "catastrophic injury" while being taken
from the arrest at Gilmor Homes to the Western District police station.
They discovered that the van's video camera was broken and that one of
the officers during the transport said Gray had "jailitis" a faked illness
when he complained about his condition.
Exclusive look inside the Baltimore Police investigation into Freddie Gray's death - Baltimore Sun


I believe it would be best to err on the side of caution, instead of deeming someone faking their injuries as 'jailitis'.

So the video camera in the van was not working, hmmmm.
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