Gray Case Lesson: Police, Not Courts, Must Lead Reform

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For some, the Baltimore prosecutor's decision to drop the remaining cases in the Freddie Gray death was justice, marking the end of what they considered unfair prosecutions of police. Others hoped that a conviction might demonstrate a new level of accountability for police officers, fostering greater trust in black communities for the officers who serve them, reports the Christian . . .

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