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Marilyn Mosby wins re-election in three-way race for Baltimore state’s attorney | The Baltimore Sun Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby won a contentious Democratic primary election Tuesday and became the city’s first top prosecutor to be re-elected in a dozen years after fending off weeks of attacks from her two challengers, defense attorney Ivan Bates and former prosecutor Thiru Vignarajah.

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby won a contentious Democratic primary election Tuesday and became the city’s first top prosecutor to be re-elected in a dozen years after fending off weeks of attacks from her two challengers, defense attorney Ivan Bates and former prosecutor Thiru Vignarajah.

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Baltimore Rising: HBO Documentary Chronicles A City Trying To Heal After Freddie Gray’s Death | Essence When Freddie Gray died in police custody in April 2015, Baltimore was thrust into the glare of a harsh spotlight.

When Freddie Gray died in police custody in April 2015, Baltimore was thrust into the glare of a harsh spotlight.

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DOJ Won’t Prosecute Baltimore Officers In Freddie Gray Case | NPR The Department of Justice will not bring civil rights charges against six Baltimore police involved in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, the young black man whose death caused widespread violent protest in that city in 2015.

The Department of Justice will not bring civil rights charges against six Baltimore police involved in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, the young black man whose death caused widespread violent protest in that city in 2015.

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Baltimore vs. Marilyn Mosby | The New York Times Magazine In the midst of a national crisis of police violence, Baltimore’s state’s attorney gambled that prosecuting six officers for the death of Freddie Gray would help heal her city. She lost much more than just the case.

In the midst of a national crisis of police violence, Baltimore’s state’s attorney gambled that prosecuting six officers for the death of Freddie Gray would help heal her city. She lost much more than just the case.

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‘Day of Reconciliation’ Planned to Mark Anniversary of Baltimore Unrest

‘Day of Reconciliation’ Planned to Mark Anniversary of Baltimore Unrest BY TANASIA KENNEY | ATLANTA BLACKSTAR [mashshare] Following the funeral for 25-year-old Freddie Gray, residents of Baltimore poured into the streets to protest his death. Gray died from injuries he sustained while in police custody. Those protests soon manifested into violence, rioting, looting and the burning of businesses all around the city. The unrest made national headlines. One year later, the city of Baltimore is still trying to come together and rebuild. A number of events are planned Wednesday to recognize the anniversary of the protests, The Baltimore Sun reports. […]

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