On Monday afternoon, not long after Freddie Gray's funeral, many kids who were seemingly trapped by preemptive riot control near Mondawmin Mall danced to East Baltimore street-rap hero Young Moose's 'True Bill,' a popular diss track that raised police concerns during the winter that nonetheless, in this context, was trollish turn-up music. Dig a little deeper and the song's context is more profound: Throughout last week, Det. Daniel Hersl, the subject of a few Young Moose tracks on his latest mixtape, "O.T.M. 3," was spotted out with other police during curfew enforcement, which is rather frightening. Hersl, an officer who has been accused by Moose and his lawyer of harassing Moose, has, according to The Baltimore Sun's Mark Puente, been involved in a number of settlements, including for breaking a woman's arm and breaking a man's nose. This is who BPD allows to help "keep the peace."