Baltimore Police Body Camera Scandal Leads To Dropped Charges
Prosecutors will drop dozens of cases after footage appeared to show a Baltimore police officer planting drugs in an alley.LEARN MORE
Baltimore officer Caesar Goodson was found not guilty of violating department protocols in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.
Baltimore officer Caesar Goodson was found not guilty of 21 internal charges relating to the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.
Gray was arrested in April 2015 and was found with a severe spinal injury after riding in a police van. He died a week later.
Goodson was facing a panel of three law enforcement officers, who weighed if he neglected his duty to ensure Gray's safety and/or gave false statements to investigators. He could have been fired if found guilty of any charge.
None of the six officers initially accused of being responsible for Gray's death have been convicted of state or federal charges, despite intense protests in Baltimore. Internal hearings for two of the officers are ongoing.
Goodson's attorney says the officer plans to resume working on the force in some capacity.
The bodycam footage shows an Okaloosa County deputy firing his weapon after mistaking an acorn hitting his car for gunfire.
The three cops once blamed for his death of Manuel Ellis will now receive a half-million dollars each to leave their jobs.
Some onlookers believe the case could set a precedent in how medical staff members like paramedics, nurses and others do their jobs.
According to U.S. officials, American and British fighter jets hit sites in eight locations. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity.
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