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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake #1083109

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 03, 2015
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Baltimore: Ron Allen) The situation in Baltimore after a week of unrest over the death of Freddie Gray in the police custody of six police officers, who have been charged, featured; scenes shown from the streets, churches & the burned-out CVS store. [In church, Representative Elijah CUMMINGS@- says Gray died a tragic death, but a movement was created.] [Pickle's Pub manager Craig ZIEGENHEIN@- says business took a hit.] [Mayor Stephanie RAWLINGS-BLAKE - talks about the police department.] [With pending lawsuit, librarian Christine ABBOTT - recalls her "rough ride" in the paddy wagon.]

Alexander, Peter;
Allen, Ron

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