All charges dropped against officers in #FreddieGray case https://t.co/2xqFp0WKNw pic.twitter.com/CH5q9bJl0B
— HuffPostBlackVoices(@blackvoices) July 27, 2016
BREAKING: All remaining charges in #FreddieGray cases dropped: https://t.co/eoNuKF7xGf pic.twitter.com/eeYVWecs4j
— The Root (@TheRoot) July 27, 2016
Despite #FreddieGray’s death being ruled a homicide, all officer’s will remain free: https://t.co/FLtsM7Zv5T pic.twitter.com/I1fR43pv98
— EBONY MAGAZINE (@EBONYMag) July 27, 2016
This is awful. Where is the justice. #FreddieGray #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/Mv3rqOJQR9
— kerrywashington(@kerrywashington) July 27, 2016
A system that fails to hold anyone responsible for killing #FreddieGray is unworthy of our support or consent.
— Samuel Sinyangwe(@samswey) July 27, 2016
This #FreddieGray news reminds me of ZoraNeale Huston's quote: "Ifyou're silent about your pain, they'll kill you and say you enjoyed it."
— JozenC. (@jozenc) July 27, 2016
The system we allow has failed him. Our shame. #FreddieGray pic.twitter.com/04EhTJAf8k
— Ava DuVernay(@AVAETC) July 27, 2016
So no one killed #FreddieGray but he's dead? pic.twitter.com/PYCoLH8eA2
— DavonMagwood(@davonmagwood) July 27, 2016
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby slams the way police handled their investigation into #FreddieGray's death.https://t.co/S2Zs385HjM
— CNN (@CNN) July 27, 2016
Meet #CharlesKinsey, an unarmed man with his hands up who still ended up shot by police https://t.co/fzE74yYa1a pic.twitter.com/RWj9YOwhl2
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) July 21, 2016
He was unarmed. Hands raised. Helping a patient who held a toy truck. And they still shot him. #CharlesKinsey https://t.co/XnmbWdv5t2
— Casey Bruce (@CaptCaseyBruce) July 21, 2016
No criminal record, college educated, unarmed, wearing a polo shirt & jeans, hands up, and they still shot him. #CharlesKinsey
— MikkiKendall (@Karnythia) July 21, 2016
Police killed at least 598 people this year. There's no reliable data on the number of people who survive police shootings. #CharlesKinsey
— Samuel Sinyangwe(@samswey) July 21, 2016
The officer who shot #CharlesKinsey needs to go to prison. Until cops are held accountable, people will not trust them. Period.
— britnidanielle(@BritniDWrites) July 21, 2016
I'm glad #CharlesKinsey is alive.
— JohnettaElzie(@Nettaaaaaaaa) July 21, 2016