Two Years After Freddie Gray Died, Baltimore Crime Is Up

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Two years after the death of Freddie Gray shook Baltimore, did the city let slip an opportunity to achieve lasting change in crime and justice?  The six police officers who were charged in Gray's arrest and death walked free. Promised funding for community-based initiatives has dried up. Crime has risen to startling levels, and arrests are down. Much of the city remains mired in poverty, Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!