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Nero trial in death of Freddie Gray raises questions about police training—and who's responsible

Nero trial in death of Freddie Gray raises questions about police training—and who's responsible

Baltimore City police officer Edward Nero was found not guilty of all charges at his trial in the death of Freddie Gray on Monday. And once again, the city got a glimpse of police procedures, training, and attitudes toward the residents they serve.

When Brandon Ross took the stand on the second day of the bench trial, it was the second time he'd had to relive the death of his friend Freddie Gray in a courtroom. Ross testified last December in the trial of Officer William Porter, which ended with a hung jury.

If Ross was emotional, he didn't show it.

Deputy State's Attorney Janice Bledsoe had Ross tell Judge Barry Williams what he did the morning...

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