Do settlement amounts reflect police culpability in deaths?
And would it actually improve accountability for police misconduct anyway?
All officers who went to trial were eventually found not guilty.
They insulate the worst offenders from accountability, breeding frustration and resentment
Former Baltimore Police officer blasts reforms as just more of the same.
Prosecutors unable to prove intent to harm by officer.
The first verdict in the trials of six Baltimore police officers
A little empathy could go a long way
More importantly: Was there a cover-up effort and should others face charges?
No love for the prosecutor in the Freddie Gray case
Settlement announced in man's death while in police custody
The fuzziness of Baltimore's switchblade ban helps the cops who say they were enforcing it.
Did police reasonably think he was carrying a switchblade?
Expect an outcome focused on processes and procedures, not consequences.
Law professors worry that fear of riots could compromise justice.
How was he supposed to know?
The police's privilege and self-protectiveness is on rich display in the whole sordid saga.
Baltimore riots do complicate the rhetoric of criminal justice reform.
Perhaps her white privilege is showing and she should take her ideological fellow travelers' advice on it
Baltimore Police Union Open Letter to State’s Attorney: ‘Not one of the officers involved are responsible for the death of Mr. Gray’
Union wants independent prosecutor, cites relationships with lawyers associated with the defense, as well as husband's seat on the city council
State's attorney announced charges this morning.
No matter what happened to Freddie Gray government can't afford to afford police the privileges it does.
It's been a one-party city for at least half a century but Obama still managed to blame Republicans
Says he does not think Gray deliberately injured himself
Freddie Gray’s Neck Reportedly Broke in Van, Officer Who Drove Van Still Hasn’t Given Statement to Authorities
Anonymous sources talk after police send their investigative findings to prosecutors.
Could new-found attention to police violence be causing an actual political shift?
More than 100 released after public defender's office files habeas corpus petitions.
The group was short on specific grievances, longer on general frustration with the status quo.