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Rev. Al Sharpton (D) and former Maryland lieutenant governor Michael Steele (R) addressed comments made by President Donald Trump who attacked Baltimore Congressman Elijah Cummings as a "bully" and the city of Baltimore as crime and rat-infested.

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edward nero

A Baltimore judge acquitted former Baltimore cop Edward Nero on all charges in the April 19, 2015 death of Freddie Gray.

The judge ruled that there were no "credible facts" to support Nero's involvement in Gray's death. The judge's decision came as a relief to Nero's supporters who believe he was a political pawn in the racially charged case.

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DeRay McKesson

Black Lives Matter agitator DeRay McKesson is running for mayor of Baltimore, Maryland.

McKesson and American President Barack Obama have a few things in common; neither one had political experience or jobs before they ran for public office.

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hung jury in Freddie Gray case

The jury is hung in the trial of Officer William Porter, one of six officers indicted in the death of Freddie Gray.

Gray, 25, died of complications due to a severed spine he suffered during a "rough ride" in the back of a police van in April.

Freddie Gray's death sparked civil unrest and rioting that left 20 officers injured and millions of dollars in property damage in Baltimore.

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Marilyn Mosby

Hours before she announced murder charges against six Baltimore police officers on Friday, Baltimore State's plucky young state's attorney Marilyn Mosby reportedly sent a text message to her mother.

“Heads up,” Mosby wrote. “National media is focusing on me.”

“You’ll be all right,” Linda Thompson, a retired Baltimore police officer, replied.

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Donta Allen

The 2nd prisoner riding in the Baltimore police paddy wagon with Freddie Gray the day he was critically injured denies telling police he heard Gray "banging against the walls."

The Washington Post quoted a source who said the 2nd prisoner believed Gray was "intentionally" trying to hurt himself by beating his head on the wall of the police van.

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Ebony Dickens

Ebony Dickens never imagined that venting her frustrations in a Facebook post would bring the full force of the law crashing down on her head.

The East Point single mom is now cooling her heels in the county lockup after she was arrested for making terroristic threats against law enforcement in a Facebook post.

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Baltimore riots

A furious mother who spotted her teenage son throwing rocks at police during the Baltimore riots, tracked the boy down and beat him in the street. The single mom is being hailed a hero after the video went viral late Monday.

According to Baltimore ABC affiliate WMAR, the angry mom spotted her son while watching televisions news coverage of the turmoil in the streets.

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