This program is 29 minutes long
(Baltimore: Jim Avila) The charges against six Baltimore police officers for the death of Freddie Gray in police custody examined; video of his arrest shown; details given about the charges. [Baltimore City state's attorney Marilyn MOSBY@- says Gray's death was a homicide.] A statement from the police union quoted. [Police union attorney Michael DAVEY@- criticizes Mosby.] [In interview, MOSBY - promises justice.]
(Studio: David Muir) The reaction of social media to the charges in Gray's death noted.
(Baltimore: Pierre Thomas) A look inside a police van like that one that carried Gray the day he was injured presented; scenes shown to illustrate what a "rough ride" is. [Librarian Christine ABBOTT@- describes what happened in the van.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The problem of loaded guns left in public places in Washington, DC, examined; details given of three incidents involving guns of Capitol police.
(George Washington Bridge: Ron Claiborne) The indictment of aides to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for conspiring to block the George Washington Bridge examined; details given of the charges & the reaction to them, including Christie's denial. [US attorney Paul FISHMAN - says it was a deliberate scheme to punish Ft. Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich% for not endorsing Christie.] [Former Christie aide Bridget KELLY@- says she is not guilty.]
(Studio: Robin Roberts) The ABC News exclusive interview held with Taya Kyle, the widow of "American sniper" Chris Kyle about her husband; details given about her book "American Wife;" home video shown. [KYLE - cries.] Who Taya blames for Chris's death discussed.
(Las Vegas: T.J. Holmes) The fight that could gross 400 million dollars previewed; scenes shown from the boxing arena. [MGM Race & Sports Book Jay ROOD@- cites bets.]
(New York: Gio Benitez) The winning by 16 biopharmaceutial employees of the March 24 lottery of 58 million dollars featured; details given of other lottery office pools.