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Bicycle cops arrested a black man in Baltimore after beating him half to death earlier this month. He died later at a hospital.
Freddie Gray had to undergo a double surgery on three broken vertebrae and an injured voice box on April 14th, after being beaten by police. He died later after days of being in a coma.
The 25-year old was arrested last week for an undisclosed violation.
But more may have happened to Gray than was on camera.
Oddly, according to CNN, Gray was able to breathe and to talk when he was placed in the transport wagon. When he was removed from the vehicle, “he could not talk and he could not breathe.”
The Associated Press says that officers did not put a seatbelt on Gray in the transport wagon, which may have had an effect on him. However, is there more to the story?
The police said that he was restrained on the ground by an officer during the arrest, but “appeared to be fine” when he was taken to the district station. However, a cell phone video shows that the officers used force that some may see as “brutal.”
Protests have erupted in his neighborhood since Gray was sent to the hospital.
Since then, Lt. Brian Rice, 41, Officer Garrett Miller, 26, Sgt. Alicia White, 30, Officer William Porter, 25, Officer Edward Nero, 29, and Officer Caesar Goodson, 45, have all been suspended for the violation, according to the New York Times.