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In Chicago speech, Mosby says Baltimore police reform stems from charging officers in Gray case

In Chicago speech, Mosby says Baltimore police reform stems from charging officers in Gray case

In some of her most expansive public comments about the Freddie Gray case since dropping charges against the accused officers last year, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby told a Chicago audience that reforms in this city's Police Department would not have occurred if she hadn't filed charges.

"Had I not been in that position as state's attorney, had I not had a seat at the table to make the unprecedented decisions that I was forced to make, had there been no accountability, there'd be no exposure, there'd be no reform, and the systemic discriminatory police practices in one of the largest police departments would've persisted," Mosby said in a speech...

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