What happened in that prisoner transport van that left a once active and alert 25-year-old black man unresponsive and limp once Baltimore officers pulled him out?
Pastor Jamal Harrison Bryant is leading the charge in the case of Freddie Gray, demanding that six officers be arrested and charged with first-degree murder.
On Tuesday evening, in front of the Western District police station, Bryant of Empowerment Temple spoke through a loudspeaker, leading restless demonstrators in prayer and rallying on behalf of the deceased.
“Our biggest enemy should not be the people who should be protecting us,” he said, reported the Baltimore Sun.
Approximately 50 officers were lined up behind the barrier with stoic faces as Gray’s visibly shaken family members stood there.
They are asking, how did Gray, after being taken into police custody, a week later, die from a severed spine?
A spine doesn’t sever itself.
While Baltimore police maintain that they have no evidence that their officers used force, many suggest a severed spine is evidence enough on its own.
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SOURCE: EEW Magazine