HBO's "Baltimore Rising" opens on a brilliant note. The documentary directed by Sonja Sohn, of "The Wire," instantly establishes itself visually with a slow scan of the boarded-up row houses that have become the dominant media image of this city. But that is just the platform for a very deep dive.
After a Baltimore police trial board found officer Caesar Goodson not guilty of breaking any rules in the death of Freddie Gray, two remaining upcoming cases will likely zero on in what additional responsibility his supervisors had.
The administrative trial of Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. on more than 20 charges of violating police policies in connection with the arrest and death of Freddie Gray concluded Monday afternoon.
An expert forensic pathologist called as a defense witness in the ongoing administrative trial for Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. on Friday testified that Freddie Gray’s death was an accident, not a homicide resulting from the negligence or actions of Goodson or any other officer.
Attorneys for Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. began his defense at his administrative trial in the death of Freddie Gray on Thursday by calling a series of police witnesses whose testimony highlighted policy and training failures by the city police department.
Baltimore private schools, parents, students — a group of which I am a part: We have an endemic toxic in our midst. Don’t litigate, parse and warp the facts. Like Barry Levinson’s character, be blunt and perhaps we will stop the madness.
A social media advertisement targeted at Maryland that was paid for by an entity with ties to Russia featured a photograph of Freddie Gray and the words "never forget," according to a copy made public Wednesday by a House committee.
The Montgomery County internal affairs officer who interrogated Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. about his role in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, had the tables turned on him during the second day of Goodson’s administrative trial Tuesday.
Allen Bullock?, the teen charged with smashing an orange traffic cone through a car windshield during the 2015 unrest, received a four-year sentence Tuesday for violating his probation on the riot charge.