Maryland Governor Sends State Troopers as Protests Mount Over Police Murder of Freddie Gray | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Maryland Governor Sends State Troopers as Protests Mount Over Police Murder of Freddie Gray

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced Thursday he would dispatch 32 state troopers to Baltimore in advance of what is expected to be a large protest Saturday against the police killing of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Protests have been held daily since Gray died on April 19, seven days after his spinal cord was nearly severed while he was in police custody.

Gray, who was unarmed, was arrested for the “crime” of making eye contact with a Baltimore cop and, according to the police, running away. A bystander video showed a group of police officers loading Gray, who was obviously injured and screaming in pain, into a small steel cage in the back of a police van.

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Al Jazeera was showing the Baltimore protests, saying they were for the most part peaceful, with the violence only occurring in a tiny area ... right in front of US media cameras!

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