MD - Freddie Gray dies in police custody #3 *INDICTMENT*

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  1. rob

    rob Active Member

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    I'm with you on this. I just don't believe all 6 would be guilty. My question is, did one or two do this and the others saw what happened and aren't talking. or did one or two have FG alone at sometime and the others really don't know what happened.
    My problem with the whole thing is, if there is no evidence of what happened, how is ANYONE charged. And so quickly. You still have to put up a case. You can't throw the book at them because 'something' happened and you don't know what. We still have a justice system, don't we? I can't imagine what it would be like to be a good cop, who didn't even know what really happened and be charged with this murder.
    Then if everyone walks, here we go again. This should have been better investigated, even if outsiders had to be brought in to do it.
     


  2. EllieBee

    EllieBee Former Member

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    Meghyan (sp?) Kelly? Really? Shocker.

    I find it hard to believe that some talking head from FOX would have only positives to say about the six officers CHARGED in Freddy's death. that would be like making Zimmerman some hero. Oh. Wait..

    *sarcasm font*
     
  3. EllieBee

    EllieBee Former Member

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    And we have a potential post of the day.....
     
  4. MissSunshine

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    Now, in a document filed by Mosby’s office on Monday, prosecutors indicated that they want the evidence in this case to be sealed. The State’s Attorney’s Office says it intends to seek a protective order restricting the dissemination of sensitive discovery. This includes the highly anticipated medical records and autopsy report that would have shed more light on Freddie Gray’s in-custody injuries that contributed to his death.

    http://foxbaltimore.com/m/news/feat...dical-records-are-released.shtml#.VW5j-BDD_qA

    Short article but a little more to read at link.
     
  5. Solitaryone

    Solitaryone Active Member

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    I hope they don't get away with it. MM should be removed not only from this case, but her position as well.
     
  6. CuriousGuy

    CuriousGuy New Member

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    What's she trying to hide?
     
  7. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    Who Knows? You'd think she would want the autopsy results out in the public.
     
  8. zapped

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    Maybe shes not trying to hide anything.

    She could be scared that something in the report, taken out of context, could cause a repeat of the riots and looting.

    Could be as simple as that.
     
  9. Curious Guy

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    Perhaps. Seems unlikely though given the mayor's nonchalant attitude towards looting.
     
  10. Curious Guy

    Curious Guy Well-Known Member

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    I wonder why those so outraged by the non release in Ferguson aren't taking to the streets over this?
     
  11. WhoaIsMe

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    I hope she isn't successful in suppressing the autopsy report. I don't see how it would harm her case. This case dominated American news for weeks and I would like to finally know how FG died. Speculation and rumor caused far too much trouble to hide the facts now.

    MM's job isn't to calm the masses, or keep us calm. Her job is to see justice done in criminal cases. How the public might react to the truth ought not figure in to her request to the court.

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  12. MissSunshine

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    Jeff Abell
    @jeffabellfox45

    Marilyn Mosby wants more time to respond to defense motions. But her recent circus appearance could prevent it.*pic.twitter.com/dKew6tHRgK

    9:57pm*- 3 Jun 15

    In latest court filing, defense attys. cite Mosby's recent circus appearance in their objection to her request for additional time.

    10:21pm*- 3 Jun 15

    https://mobile.twitter.com/JeffAbellFOX45
     
  13. kimmera

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    Something STINKS, methinks! It's going to get very interesting when these autopsy results finally come out...I don't think MM would be terribly concerned about them leaking out if they supported the charges she brought. JMOO, but I think there is something there, like the article said, a pre-existing condition or something that point towards self-injury...time will tell.
     
  14. RANCH

    RANCH United we stand, divided we fall.

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    Mosby says she'll seek order to block release of Freddie Gray autopsy report

    I tend to agree with the defense attorney in this.

    The autopsy is usually the cornerstone in a case like this. Why would the State try to hide something that should be the basis of their case? How could releasing information that supports the charges be something the State would want to suppress? That's usually what the defense tries to do.

    Something is wrong here. JMO.

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/ma...y-protective-order-20150603-story.html#page=1
     
  15. katydid23

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    I don't think so because it is the 6 indicted cops that are fighting for it to be released. If it was something damning then I doubt they'd be asking for it to be made public.
     
  16. Montjoy

    Montjoy Inactive

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    rsbm

    I could totally see that. Do you have a link?
     
  17. RANCH

    RANCH United we stand, divided we fall.

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    I'm not sure how something in the autopsy report could be taken out of context and result in further violence.

    I think that the accused, like us, would like to know what the coroner has to say about the death of Freddie Gray.

    What's wrong with that?
     
  18. CoolJ

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    Would the defense have seen the autopsy results at this point in time?
     
  19. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    The move is the latest effort by Mosby's office to restrict information in the high-profile case. Her office has also sought a gag order to prevent participants from discussing the case in public, and has broken with a long-standing practice by not giving a copy of the autopsy report to Baltimore police.

    In a response to Mosby's latest filing, defense attorneys said Wednesday that they have been denied an outline of evidence and claims against the officers, and have not been allowed to inspect a knife that was taken from Gray during his arrest.

    Bates said the protective order would allow only prosecutors and defense attorneys to see the documents, and could require the court to seal all new filings that make reference to information in the documents.

    In that way, he said, it would be more restrictive than a gag order.

    "Nobody would know anything but the state and the defense, so they would totally hide it from the public," Bates said. "If your case is as good as you said it was, why don't you just show the evidence? … You can't holler and say, 'I'm about accountability for the citizens,' and then run around filing for a protective order."



    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/mar...ry.html#page=1
     
  20. Montjoy

    Montjoy Inactive

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    Ok, so you do not have a link for the claim you asserted.
     
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