Baltimore protesters demand answers in death of 25-year-old

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A 25 year old man arrested in the US city of Baltimore. Witnesses watched as police officers dragged him into the back of a police wagon. All the while he screamed, in apparent pain. Demonstrators say allegations of police brutality are not new in Baltimore or the United States in general and they point to facts that may prove it. CCTV’s Roee Ruttenberg has Insight.

Baltimore protesters demand answers in death of 25-year-old

Baltimore protesters demand answers in death of 25-year-old

A 25 year old man arrested in the US city of Baltimore. Witnesses watched as police officers dragged him into the back of a police wagon. All the while he screamed, in apparent pain. Demonstrators say allegations of police brutality are not new in Baltimore or the United States in general and they point to facts that may prove it.

Highlights:

  • Protests in West Baltimore as residents demand answers. Specifically, how a local young man ended up dead with a fatal spinal cord injury.
  • An investigation by The Baltimore Sun newspaper shows that since 2011 the city has paid more than $6 million  to settle claims of police misconduct. And Baltimore is not alone.

Baltimore Councilman Nick Mosby on the death of Freddie Gray 

The arrest of Freddie Gray happened in the West Baltimore neighborhood of Gilmor Homes. CCTV America spoke with City Councilman who represents that neighborhood: Nick Mosby.

Baltimore Councilman Nick Mosby on the death of Freddie Gray

Baltimore Councilman Nick Mosby on the death of Freddie Gray

The arrest of Freddie Gray happened in the West Baltimore neighborhood of Gilmor Homes. CCTV America spoke with City Councilman who represents that neighborhood: Nick Mosby.