Freddie Gray's Police Van Made Unexplained Stop Before He Died in Custody
Investigators have revealed the police van carrying Freddie Gray made a previously unknown stop on the way to the police precinct.
Investigators today reveal that the police van carrying the 25-year-old suspect made an unexplained stop on its way to the police precinct.
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And there's a lot of reaction to the startling report in The Washington Post that Gray "was intentionally trying to injure himself" inside the vehicle.
It comes from another prisoner who was riding in the van with Gray.
There was a chaotic scene in Manhattan Wednesday night as protestors clashed with police.
Police made the announcement to the crowd, "If you unlawfully obstruct pedestrian traffic you may be placed under arrest."
Watch: Geraldo Rivera's Broadcast Overtaken by Baltimore Protesters Live On Air.
Cops came ready for action with plastic handcuffs on their hips. More than 120 protestors were arrested in all. Some were defiant. Others were distraught.
Good Morning America's Robin Roberts is also speaking out, telling INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney it's time for America to move forward.
Roberts said, "I am just so proud of those civic leaders who have literally locked arms and said 'No more.''
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