When describing the Gray case, The Sun repeatedly states he suffered a severe spinal injury while in police custody. The Sun, perhaps revealing its bias for convictions instead of justice, neglects to reiterate all the pertinent information. Mr. Gray was previously arrested numerous times for drug dealing and had pending court dates. He fled from police and resisted arrest on the day he died. His autopsy revealed he had opiates and marijuana in his system. Another prisoner in the van initially testified to hearing what sounded like Mr. Gray deliberately thrashing his body to the side of the van. The initial testimony of the second prisoner is more credible than his recantation because he may have subsequently encountered intimidation or duress from fellow prisoners, peers or gang members. The argument that Mr. Gray's injuries were sustained because he was not seat-belted is based on speculation and conjecture. Based upon his numerous prior arrests, he was thoroughly familiar with police procedures and how to make matters difficult for arresting officers. Under the influence of illicit drugs, his thought processes were likely impaired. Davonte Roary, a man who was with Freddie Gray when he was arrested last April, recently pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder in an unrelated case.