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Should cops be silent if telling the truth means losing their career?

The moral, ethical and legal answer to that question is most definitely no. But sometimes when a cop is facing just that same question, the right answer might become blurred.  I heard Daryl Parks, the attorney for the Martin family, […]

Should cops be silent if telling the truth means losing their career?

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The moral, ethical and legal answer to that question is most definitely no. But sometimes when a cop is facing just that same question, the right answer might become blurred.  I heard Daryl Parks, the attorney for the Martin family, […]

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Baltimore burns as the news watches

On Monday Baltimore, the Charm City, burst into the flames of chaos and riots shortly after school let out for the day. Kids got the word through social media

Freddie Gray: What other local media outlets are saying

FREDDIE GRAY: National and state leaders of the Black Caucus plan to call on the U.S. Department of Justice to launch a comprehensive investigation of  potential civil rights violations

Baltimore’s crisis changes Hogan’s plans

Gov. Larry Hogan talks to reports at the Maryland Emergency Management command center Monday. (MEMA Facebook page) By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Emergencies happen for chief executives that wipe their calendars clean. Tuesday, Gov.

Baltimore restaurants offer free food to firefighters, police, paramedics, EMT’s and National Guard

Baltimore restaurants are riding out the riots by offering support in the form of free food and coffee to firefighters, police, Maryland National Guard, paramedics and EMT's as well

Baltimore goes up in flames; Officers injured, businesses destroyed and Hogan declares State of Emergency

Riots broke out in the streets of Baltimore Monday as several teenagers tossed rocks and debris at police officers, resulting in 15 officers being injured, including at least a half of

Thousands in Baltimore march to protest police brutality

Thousands of concerned and angry Baltimore citizens turned out Saturday to join in a protest march against police brutality, and to demand justice in the death of Freddie Gray. The

Baltimore protesters demand justice in the Freddie Gray case

Nearly a hundred gathered in front of Baltimore’s City Hall on Thursday afternoon protesting police brutality in the death of Baltimorean Freddie Gray.  Gray died on April 19 from a devastating

Gov. Larry Hogan signs bill into law allowing police to wear body cameras

Photos by Rebecca Lessner. Above: Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, networks at a press event marking 100 days in office. By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan has decided to sign a

Police conduct, drug crime sentencing focus of General Assembly’s proposed reforms

By Nate Rabner Capital News Service The Maryland General Assembly responded in this year’s legislative session to public concern about police misconduct, drug crime, domestic violence and more. Police conduct Freddie Gray’s death

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