BALTIMORE, Md. (WJLA) — An investigation into the death of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray has found no evidence that his fatal injuries were caused during the videotaped arrest and interaction with police officers, according to multiple law enforcement sources.
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Your Lies won’t HOLD UP, BPD COPPERS! But they will DIG in until WE KEEP THE PRESSURE on, REVOLT NATIONWIDE, or we all go back to sleep and wake up again when they’ve KILLED another black boy, man or woman.
Dr. David Samadi SPECIAL TO THE DAILY NEWS Today, 1:32 PM ET
Is it possible that Freddie Gray could have severed his own spine and crushed his own voicebox?
From a medical standpoint, it is unlikely that the 25-year-old Baltimore man injured himself in the back of that van. The severity of his injuries seem too grave for him to have done that to himself simply by thrashing around or banging his head on something.
It is more likely that there was some type of direct blow to either the front or back of his neck, or somewhere along the spinal cord along his back.
How does a spinal cord injury happen? A spinal cord injury is “damage to the spinal cord that results in a loss of function such as mobility or feeling.” This type of injury is most often caused by a traumatic blow of the kind that would be sustained in a car accident, severe fall or an act of violence.
I’LL TAKE ACT OF VIOLENCE FOR 1 MILLION$ ALEX!
Love this pic too. Thank you NY Daily News