Last week, Officers Edward Nero and Garrett Miller, two of the six charged in the death of Freddie Gray, received light discipline for their involvement in Gray's death and will keep their jobs. The city dangled a consent decree agreement in front of the police union that included raises and no civilians on the review board—more evidence that the city has learned nothing since the uprising. Meanwhile, Momodu Gondo, one of the Gun Task Force Members, pleaded guilty to lying about overtime, robbing citizens, and selling guns and drugs. If there's ever been evidence of the department's corruption, that this isn't just a few "bad apples," it is this massive police scandal. Also, the police shot and killed a guy this past Sunday night. It is time to seriously consider disbanding the whole department and starting over Camden, New Jersey-style.