CNN will air a special report on Freddie Gray, produced with The Baltimore Sun, at 9 Tuesday night, the news channel announced Friday.
"Who Killed Freddie Gray?" will feature behind-the-scenes video from the police investgation and interviews with U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Baltimore), Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and Gray's friends, as well as Sun reporters Mark Puente and Justin George.
"Nine months after Gray's death, countless questions remain unanswered. How was Gray injured? What happened inside the police van? Why did police chase him? CNN explores these questions and the events that took place the morning of Gray's arrest," the release states.
Here's the full release from the cable channel:
On April 12, 2015, Freddie Gray was arrested by Baltimore police for carrying a pocket knife. A week later, the 25-year-old Gray died as a result of the injuries he sustained while in police custody. His death was ruled a homicide by a medical examiner and sparked unrest across the city. Now, six Baltimore police officers are facing trial.
Nine months after Gray's death, countless questions remain unanswered. How was Gray injured? What happened inside the police van? Why did police chase him? CNN explores these questions and the events that took place the morning of Gray's arrest in the CNN Special Report: "Who Killed Freddie Gray?" produced in partnership with The Baltimore Sun. The hour-long program will air on Tuesday, January 19th, at 9PM/ET, and will feature behind-the-scenes footage of the police investigation as well as exclusive interviews with close friends of Gray.
CNN correspondent Miguel Marquez sits down with Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) and new police commissioner Kevin Davis to examine the impact of Gray's death and the riots that followed. Also featured are Baltimore Sun reporters Justin George, who was the only journalist embedded with the Baltimore City Police Department during the Gray investigation and Mark Puente whose investigative journalism has outlined allegations of police brutality. In addition, the program features The Baltimore Sun's award-winning coverage of the unrest, including exclusive video taken during the police investigation and extensive footage about the case and Gray's autopsy, which was obtained solely by The Baltimore Sun.
About CNN Special Reports:
Since 2013, CNN Special Reports (CSR) has produced some of the most informative and compelling television, creating over 100 different documentaries and specials. CSR reports on some of the most notable stories and events of our day, including the Gulf oil spill, human trafficking, the murder trial of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez and the manufacturing and distribution of synthetic drugs. CNN Special Reports also provides articles, galleries and clips to CNN.com, generating millions of views. For updates, follow @CNNSpecReport on Twitter.
About The Baltimore Sun:
Owned by Tribune Publishing (NYSE: TPUB), The Baltimore Sun is the source of record for Maryland and is part of The Baltimore Sun Media Group (BSMG). BSMG is a premium content company which in addition to The Baltimore Sun publishes two other daily titles, The Capital and Carroll County Times. Our weekly editions include City Paper and more than 20 community papers. BSMG also publishes an array of niche publications, including, Harford Magazine, Howard Magazine and Capital Style.
"Who Killed Freddie Gray?" was produced by Jessica Small and Diane Beasley. Jennifer Hyde is the Executive Producer. Michael Bass is the Executive Vice President of Programming.