Freddie Gray reports say he died of ‘high-energy injury’

Freddie Gray reports say he died of ‘high-energy injury’

According to the Baltimore Sun, post-mortem reports that were recently found say Freddie Gray died from “high-energy injury” inside a police vehicle.

According to the Baltimore Sun, post-mortem reports that were recently found say Freddie Gray died from “high-energy injury” inside a police vehicle.

25-year-old Freddie Gray died in hospital a week later after police held him in their van. He was detained during the numerous riots about the use of lethal power by law enforcement in Baltimore.

According to the found reports, Gray received injuries, similar to shallow-water diving. As a result, six police officers from Baltimore were arrested.

Caesar Goodson, the driver of the police van, faced the most serious accusation. He is charged for a second-degree murder.

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The rest 5 police officers didn’t admit their guilt. The trial will start in October.

Marilyn Mosby, the prosecutor of the case, didn’t approve the fact that report information had leaked. He said that trial information and evidence should be confidential.

After examining Gray’s body, medical experts said his death was not accidental as police officers didn’t fasten his seat-belts during the ride. It was written there that Freddie Gray was “at risk for an unsupported fall during acceleration or deceleration of the van”.

Freddie Gray's funeral

Freddie Gray’s funeral

On April 12, police officers handcuffed Gray and shackled his ankles. They put him on stomach and started the ride.

Inside the van Gray managed to get on his feet but then was thrown into the car wall as the vehicle changed its direction.

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