Civil Disobedience Necessary to Protect Victims of Police Brutality, Says Activist | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Civil Disobedience Necessary to Protect Victims of Police Brutality, Says Activist

Tensions between police and the community are fraught in Baltimore as the anger over the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody enters its fifth day on Thursday with protests planned city-wide, beginning at City Hall at 3:00 PM. State troopers were dispatched to the city and workers were encouraged to leave downtown prior to the protest starting.

With no word from city officials on the status of the investigation into the details of the West Baltimore man whose spine was severed while in police custody, protesters say their efforts are just beginning.

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See story about "Nickle Ride" below. And a reminder that right now the US Government WANTS riots in order to declare a national emergency and martial law, so keep it all cool, and remember the smelly kid with the dynamite trying to get you to blow up a building is probably an FBI informant.

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