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New controversial information in the Freddie Gray death case…

The “Washington Post” is reporting that a prisoner who says he was inside of the patty wagon with Freddie Gray, that Gray may have been trying to intentionally hurt himself by hitting his head against the vans wall. The prisoner admits that he did not see Gray because of the metal wall that divides the van. The family denies the claim. Meanwhile, the Baltimore Police Department has completed their probe into his death.  It will not be released to the public as they initially stated. It will be sent straight to the State’s Attorneys Office. Prosecutors will then decide if criminal charges will be filed.

WHUR hosts a Special edition of the Daily Drum… “Cities in Crisis” from Ferguson to Baltimore”…

You are invited to join WHUR tonight for a Special Edition of the Daily Drum at 7 p.m.. It’s a Howard University Special presentation of “Cities in Crisis” from Ferguson to Baltimore. What’s Next? We will broadcast live right here on WHUR 963, on HURVoices Sirius XM Channel 141 and on WHUT-TV.

Prince George’s County Police Officer charged with assault awaits his verdict…

The fate of the Prince George’s County Police Officer charged with assaulting a teen while working as a resource officer at a local high school, is now in the hands of a judge. On Monday, a judge will decide the guilt or innocence of Officer Charles Pickard.

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