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Officer Goodson Found Not Guilty on All Counts in Freddie Gray Murder Trial

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 CSB    1,660

Officer Goodson Found Not Guilty on All Counts in Freddie Gray Murder Trial

 10:44 am, June 23rd, 2016

 Officer Caesar Goodson, the driver of the van that transported Freddie Gray when he suffered injuries that led to his death, was found not guilty of second degree depraved heart murder, as well as lesser charges, on Thursday. Judge Barry Williams made the decision after a bench trial where he alone decided the case, because Goodson opted not to have his case heard by a jury.

Gray sustained his fatal injuries while riding in the back of a police vehicle while handcuffed and not buckled in with a seat-belt. Prosecutors argued that Goodson’s failure to secure his passenger, even after stopping several times on the way to the police station, and his driving, caused Gray’s death.

Here is the link : http://lawnewz.com/high-profile/officer-goodson-found-not-guilty-in-freddie-gray-murder-trial/


I will be watching for any riots and live feeds

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 Lucy Barnable    2,659

This is the second officer cleared in the Freddie Gray case and the first trail ended with a hug jury.

The cop from Texas was also cleared today for the "pool party" incident last summer.

Grand jury clears McKinney cop in pool party incident

A grand jury has cleared the McKinney Police officer seen on video forcing a teenage girl to the ground outside a pool party last year.

Seven minutes of video posted to YouTube put Eric Casebolt and the city of McKinney in the national spotlight in June 2015.

In that video, Cpl. Eric Casebolt is seen using profanity and aggressively throwing a 15-year-old girl in a bathing suit to the ground, face down, outside a pool party in Craig Ranch. He then appeared to pin her down with his knees.

A Collin County grand jury on Thursday determined there was not enough evidence to warrant criminal charges against Casebolt, who was a 10-year veteran of McKinney PD.


Soros employees are going to be busy this summer.





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