Jury Gets “Sharply Differing Narratives” As First Freddie Gray Trial Starts

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Baltimore officer William Porter had five chances to help Freddie Gray. Again and again, prosecutors said, he failed to call for paramedics or buckle Gray into a police van, actions they said would have prevented the 25-year-old's death from a spinal injury. As Porter’s trial began, the Washington Post reports, Porter's attorney said the officer
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