How exactly did the Officers kill Freddie Gray without literally touching him ?
Second degree murder ? Yea right. These charges are simply an attempt to appease to the people who bought into all of this " hands up dont shoot " BS.
To calm down a community that was one assumption away from full on riots.
This has the earmarks of prosecutorial misconduct--the gross overcharging, the failure to use a grand jury, the haste, the failure even to read the police investigation, and the inflammatory language and tone of her announcement. This woman is a hack who is playing to the lynch mob, no doubt hoping to gain exposure and advance her career. Prosecutors are held to a very high ethical standard, and she fell very far short of it.
As for Banzhaf he's against smoking as one of his pet peeves, and other atavist issues, but better he than atavist judges. However here he speaks out what the prosecutor is going to have to prove to get a conviction and for the most part I agree with what he said.
I take it you don't agree, thus you believe it's a slam dunk to convict all 6 of these officers.
Liberals - Punish the Successful, Reward the Unsuccessful
Liberals - Tax, Borrow, Spend, and Give Free Stuff
Obama's legacy - Total Failure
Its whats diverts attention away from the REAL and Substantial issues that affect these inner city communities and places all of it on nonsense like " out of control " Police brutality.
Blind partisanship is why the Obama administration responded to the Ferguson debacle by writing up a " How not to be a racist Police Officer " list instead of pointing out that unemployment, poverty and crime is disproportionately higher in these inner city areas than anywhere else.
Blind partisanship is how people can walk aroud holding signs that say " Black Lives Matter " after suspected Police brutality while they ignore the large amount of black on black violence that exist in neighborhoods like Baltimore and Chicago.
Blind partisanship is you or anyone else judging these Officers as guilty before they've stepped in a court of law.