Sep 08, 2015

Baltimore Reaches $6.4 Million Settlement Proposal With Freddie Gray Family : The Two-Way : NPR

Gray suffered a fatal spine injury while in custody of police. His death sparked days of peaceful protests and a night of riots. The deal still has to be approved by the Board of Estimates.

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