The Revolution will be Socialized #

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Amidst everything going on in baltimore, and the uprisings and cries for justice across America, we’ve received some pretty interesting feedback on our social media regarding the Death of Freddie Gray and the recent protest we posted. You would think these people time traveled from the 60’s and learned how to use social media overnight lol. Unfortunately that is not the case. These are the people you see everyday at the grocery store, on the bus, or even your co-workers.


This is the video we posted on Facebook:


Take a look at the comments to our post on Facebook:
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After reading all of these inhuman racial slurs, it was a breath of fresh air to see the
Maryland State Attorney for the city of Baltimore Marilyn Mosby announce on Friday morning that Freddie Gray‘s death in police custody was ruled a homicide by the medical examiner, and that there is sufficient probable cause to file criminal charges against the six officers involved.

The six Baltimore police officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray will now face criminal charges ranging from murder to manslaughter to assault. The driver of the police van was charged with second-degree murder, while three officers were charged with involuntary manslaughter. Other officers were also charged with assault in connection with the murder.

Though all six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray were released from the Central Booking and Intake Center downtown Friday night after posting bail, court records show.

These are the next steps in the case:

•A city grand jury will consider the charges and decide whether to indict.

•If indicted, the officers would have an arraignment in which they would enter a plea of guilty or not guilty.

•If entering a not guilty plea, attorneys for the officers would then likely make motions before a judge, asking, for example, for certain evidence to be excluded or for a change of venue.

•The officers would then have the option of a trial before a judge or jury if they do not wish to seek a plea deal with prosecutors.

The revolution is physical and social, and every hashtag, every comment and every share is an important part of getting justice and truth. Every vote… I mean POST counts. Yes the revolution will be socialized!

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