Sep 08, 2015

Freddie Gray's Family Settles With City for $6.4M - ABC News

The city of Baltimore says it has reached a $6.4 million wrongful death settlement with the family of Freddie Gray. Gray died in April after he suffered a critical spine injury while he was in police custody. Six Baltimore police officers face criminal charges stemming from Gray's death....

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