quarta-feira, 22 de abril de 2015

Demonstration against police brutality in Baltimore

The u.s. Justice Department has opened an investigation. Freddie Gray was arrested April 12 and died several days later in a hospital, was in a coma. The preliminary autopsy report indicates that death was due to a spinal injury.

To the protesters, the situation is unacceptable:

"This is a very sad situation. We have this kind of problems throughout the country and what we want is justice, we want peace ", says Adrian Muldrow, one of the participants in the protest.

"He died because the police did something, something happened and we have to get to the bottom of the matter because he's not supposed to be dead. He should be in jail and alive, "says Tessa Hill-Aston, Chairman of the NAACP in Baltimore.

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