Freddie Gray and More Testimony From Baltimore

Freddie Gray and More Testimony From Baltimore

“The Baltimore Sun” stated the attorneys had congregated under the shelter of white noise at the bench of Judge Barry Williams. Williams is the circuit court judge who heard the evidence in the trial of Edward Nero. Nero was one of the six local police officers from Baltimore charged with the apprehension and death of […]

Baltimore Prosecutor Sparks Outrage [Video]

Baltimore Prosecutor Sparks Outrage [Video]

Baltimore prosecutor and State Attorney General Marilyn Mosby sparked outrage when the second acquittal in the Freddie Gray case was made public on May 23, 2016. Around noon that day, the publication “American Thinker” stated, “Judge Barry G. Williams motioned that the prosecution did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt against officer Edward Nero. The burden of proof was […]

Baltimore Officer Found Not Guilty in Freddie Gray Case

Baltimore Officer Found Not Guilty in Freddie Gray Case

Edward Nero, a Baltimore, Maryland, police officer, was found not guilty on all four charges on Monday, May 23, 2016, in his connection with the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray last year. The officer was acquitted by Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams rather than a jury, as Nero opted for a bench trial. Nero, 30, […]

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