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Judge orders Freddie Gray Jury to continue deliberations…

A mistrial could be called in the first Freddie Gray case. That is if the jury can not decide on the fate of William Porter. Yesterday after dead locking, the judge asked them to try again. Meanwhile, Baltimore and police from around Maryland say they are prepared for the public’s reaction once a decision is made.

DC Police release body cam video in the death of a DC Special Ed Teacher…

The release of DC Police body cam in the death of DC Special Ed Teacher Alonzo Smith–does not show what happened before officers were called.
Smith was handcuffed & in the custody of special police at the time of his death. No arrests have been made despite the fact that the Medical
Examiners Office has ruled Smith’s death as a homicide.

The last GOP Presidential Debate was held last night, no big winner…

The 5th Republican Presidential debate was held last night in Las Vegas. All nine candidates on the main stage went after President Obama before turning their attention on each other. The candidates debated about the Muslim ban comment, immigration and national security. Political watchers say there was no clear winner.

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