Baltimore Mayor Releases Statement After Police Officer Nero Found ‘Not Guilty’ in Freddie Gray Case
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake released a statement Monday after Police Officer Edward Nero was found not guilty in connection to the death of Freddie Gray.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake told reporters in April 2015 that city officials gave the violent Freddie Gray protesters “space” to destroy property.
Rawlings-Blake said Officer Nero will face a review by the Baltimore Police Department.
Baltimore’s Mayor Rawlings-Blake releases statement on Nero verdict: “This is our American system of justice.” https://t.co/ROjfASKuzr
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In September Rawlings-Blake said paying off the family of Freddie Gray could stop more riots.