- A former Baltimore Police detective incarcerated for his work with the corrupt Gun Trace Task Force has claimed in a letter to state officials that there is evidence on an iPhone, confiscated from him by federal authorities, that his past police work was legitimate and not part of the corrupt scheme to rob residents and steal from the city for which he was convicted.
- A Baltimore judge on Friday ruled that the city must indemnify three former Gun Trace Task Force officers by paying a $32,000 judgment to the estate of a man who said they planted a gun on him.
- Attorneys for Baltimore are waging multiple legal battles to limit the city’s financial exposure to a growing wave of civil lawsuits alleging abuses by the notorious Gun Trace Task Force. The stakes are incredibly high, according to city officials, opposing counsel and legal observers.
- A convicted member of the Baltimore Police Department’s corrupt Gun Trace Task Force argues in letters that he was an honest cop who was wrongly convicted.
- A federal judge on Thursday gave the green light to a multi-million-dollar lawsuit alleging Baltimore Police officers wrongfully imprisoned two men by planting drugs on them to justify a deadly high-speed chase in 2010.
- Yet another Baltimore police detective has been charged in the sprawling Gun Trace Task Force scandal in Baltimore.