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William Porter:  Hung jury in Freddie Gray ‘s manslaughter trial
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William Porter: Hung jury in Freddie Gray ‘s manslaughter trial

BALTIMORE --  The jury is out in William Porter 's manslaughter trial, but, with no actual decision as to the fate of the former Baltimore police officer.  According to  Circuit Judge Barry Williams, the jury, announced Wednesday that they were deadlocked in decision making and unable to actually determine a decision at this time. Porter, is the first of six officers to stand trial in the death of Freddie Gray, who died at their hands while handcuffed and shackled in the back of a police van. Medical examiners at the time announced that Gray had died of a broken neck, among other things, after reportedly having been "slammed" against the back of the police van. Prosecutors in the case are sticking to their guns, with claims, that  all of the officers involved knew what they were doin...
Top Story: Cop in Freddie Gray murder acquitted on all charges
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Top Story: Cop in Freddie Gray murder acquitted on all charges

BALTIMORE -- One of the many cops detained over the murder of Freddie Gray has been reportedly acquitted of all charges.  Edward Nero, who gambled on a non-jury trial appears to have won his own life-altering gamble on the trial itself. Nero was acquitted on all charges by the judge presiding over the case on grounds that were previously argued by his defense team. Nero's defense team has previously argued that although he was on bike patrol that fatal afternoon and later arrested Gray, he, had little to do with the injuries that were sustained while Gray was in the vehicle.
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