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USA: State of emergency continues in Baltimore two days after state's attorney's announcement01:29

USA: State of emergency continues in Baltimore two days after state's attorney's announcement

Estados Unidos, Baltimore
3 May, 2015 a las 04:49 GMT +00:00 · Publicado

Police and National Guard troops continued to patrol the streets of Baltimore on Sunday morning, two days after Maryland State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced that six officers involved in the Freddie Gray case were suspended and arrested on charges ranging from second-degree murder to assault. A state of emergency is still in effect in the city, with a curfew in place from 22.00 to 05.00.

On Saturday night police arrested at least 30 protesters for breaking curfew, as demonstrations continued across the city after 22.00. Earlier in the day, thousands marched through the streets to protest against police brutality before rallying in front of Baltimore City Hall.

On Friday, Mosby told press that "Mr. Gray's death was a homicide", and that the treatment of Gray by police whilst in custody amounted to both murder and manslaughter. Her remarks were met with cries of "justice" from onlookers.

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Police and National Guard troops continued to patrol the streets of Baltimore on Sunday morning, two days after Maryland State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced that six officers involved in the Freddie Gray case were suspended and arrested on charges ranging from second-degree murder to assault. A state of emergency is still in effect in the city, with a curfew in place from 22.00 to 05.00.

On Saturday night police arrested at least 30 protesters for breaking curfew, as demonstrations continued across the city after 22.00. Earlier in the day, thousands marched through the streets to protest against police brutality before rallying in front of Baltimore City Hall.

On Friday, Mosby told press that "Mr. Gray's death was a homicide", and that the treatment of Gray by police whilst in custody amounted to both murder and manslaughter. Her remarks were met with cries of "justice" from onlookers.