Footage showing first stop during hour-long journey in police van revealed as chief prosecutor in case fends off claims of conflict of interest.
Baltimore Police Reveal Van Carrying Freddie Gray Made Fourth, Previously Unknown Stop, But Don't Say Why
Prisoner who shared van with Gray claims in affidavit the 25-year-old was “banging against the walls” of vehicle.
With smoke still rising from smoldering fires, residents emerged from their homes armed with brooms and dustpans to clear away the debris from violent rioting that occurred overnight.
Dozens of vehicles and buildings burned, and looters made off with armfuls of goods Monday as protests turned violent after Freddie Gray's funeral.
Demonstrations have continued into the fifth day after Gray died from spinal injuries sustained while in police custody.
Police Officer 'Bill of Rights' Blamed for Baltimore’s Information Blackout in Case of Freddie Gray’s Severed Spine
Baltimore's mayor blamed Maryland's "Law Enforcement's Officers Bill of Rights" for the lack of transparency in the case of a 25-year-old black man who died in police custody.