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In Baltimore, The Revolution Was Not Televised, But It Was Effective

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We may think the revolution was in fact televised, but the cameras seemed more interested in rioting, vandalism, the burning of cars and buildings and a well-meaning mom doing what mothers do: smacking her kid upside the head.

With the news that all six officers involved in the case have been given multiple charges from negligence to second-degree murder, the focus has now been placed on where it always should have been: on the death of Freddie Gray and the cops at whose hands he died.

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Written by Madison J. Gray

August 6, 2015 at 4:09 am

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