Last week, the Baltimore prosecutor's office announced that all charges would be dropped against the three remaining officers implicated in the death of Freddie Gray. Gray, a 25-year-old unarmed African-American man, died from injuries sustained after being arrested and transported in a van by Baltimore Police. Gray's case made national news and sparked riots in Baltimore. Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby was swift with her decision to charge six officers in Gray's death, giving African-Americans and other concerned citizens across the country hope that perhaps, finally, African-Americans would be on the receiving end of justice. Nonetheless, now that the smoke has cleared, we see that, once again, a black man has lost his life and no one will be held criminally responsible. Not one of the officers charged in Gray's death was found guilty. Not a single one.