The Washington Post reports that officials in Baltimore have reached a $6.4 million settlement with the family of Freddie Gray, who died from a neck injury while in police custody, which has since been ruled “wrongful death.”
From the story:
The agreement comes a week after renewed demonstrations sparked by a court hearing in which a judge concluded that the six Baltimore police officers indicted in Gray’s death and arrest should be given separate trials. This week, the judge will consider whether those trials should be held in Baltimore or moved to another jurisdiction.
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