BREAKING: Baltimore Officer In Death Of Freddie Gray Found Not Guilty On All Charges

This is good news! He should have never been put on trial. None of these officers should be put on trial. How about we start teaching young people to not attack police officers. Respect the law. Don’t resist when being arrested..Cause guess what? You will be shot.
Doesn’t matter if you are black, white, brown purple. You aren’t above the law. Stop acting like thugs. This anti-cop bigotry we are seeing nowadays is outrageous….Thanks to the democrats! All I have to say to this is…BLUE LIVES MATTER!

The verdict is in for one of the officers tried in the death of Freddie Gray: not guilty.

Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams found Officer Edward Nero, 30, not guilty of all charges Monday, The Baltimore Sun reports. The officer elected to have a bench trial, which means he waved his right to a jury trial and allowed the judge to decide his fate. Read More

From Fox News

A judge in Baltimore Monday found a police officer not guilty on all charges against him in connection with the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, months after another officer’s trial ended in a hung jury.

Meanwhile, riot-trained officers from outside Baltimore started to arrive in the city in case of any unrest.

Officer Edward Nero faced second-degree assault, misconduct in office and reckless endangerment charges. Prosecutors said the 30-year-old unlawfully arrested Gray without probable cause and was negligent when he didn’t buckle the prisoner into a seat belt.

“Officer Edward Nero, his wife and family are elated that this nightmare is finally over,” defense attorney Marc Zayon responded. Read More

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