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A new report de-anonymizes hundreds of officers in the city and shows more than 1,800 cops have had complaints filed about them.
More training, more equipment, and more officers will not stop police from killing Black people.
On the anniversary of the Baltimore Uprising protests, new evidence in Gray’s death uncovers suppressed witness accounts of police brutality.
The sensationalist coverage of a handful of fights highlights local media’s misplaced priorities.
Adam H. Johnson
With Appeal contributor Amelia McDonell-Parry