Police Officer Involved with Freddie Gray Case Found Not Guilty

Police Officer Involved with Freddie Gray Case Found Not Guilty

The second police officer tried in the death of Freddie Gray was found not guilty this week, further proving that the Black Lives Matter protests that stemmed from his death were without legitimate cause.

Those protests, which paralyzed the city of Baltimore for weeks, were staged to condemn the “institutionalized racism” that plagued the Baltimore police department. As the violent riots continued, however, it became increasingly clear that the protestors on the streets knew little about the case or the police officers involved. Instead, it seemed that chaos was their only goal, an idea that persisted as the organization continued to lead senseless riots and protests across the country.

Instead, it seemed that chaos was their only goal, an idea that persisted as the organization continued to lead senseless riots and protests across the country.

This verdict is the latest of many that have vindicated the criticism of Black Lives Matter. One by one, the cops at the center of each BLM controversy are found not guilty, a fact that the organizations seem content to ignore.

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