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  • Former WYPR news editor acquitted of assault

    Former WYPR news editor acquitted of assault
    A former radio reporter and managing news editor for WYPR has been acquitted of assault charges stemming from a fight with his son on Halloween, 2013. Sunni Khalid, who previously also worked for NPR and The Baltimore Sun, stabbed his son Hassan in the arm and the abdomen during the altercation at his house in Joppa, in Harford County. 
  • Bail system creates another hurdle for poor defendants, including recent protestors

    Bail system creates another hurdle for poor defendants, including recent protestors
    Baltimore police arrested Dominick Torrence, a 29-year-old black man, on April 28 and charged him with disorderly conduct and rioting on North Avenue and Fulton Street; they say he was part of a group throwing rocks, bricks, and bottles at a fire truck....

    Machine Gun Mama Returns: Lightly sentenced machine-gun seller gets another 6 months in prison for again violating the terms of her release

    Machine Gun Mama Returns: Lightly sentenced machine-gun seller gets another 6 months in prison for again violating the terms of her release
    “Leave the girl alone,” Richard Debois says to a reporter entering Maryland U.S. District Judge Richard Bennett’s courtroom on Apr. 16 to cover the violation-of-supervised-release hearing of Debois’ daughter, 35-year-old Jennifer...

    What happened to Freddie Gray? Former cops and arrestees shed light on the question tearing Baltimore apart

    What happened to Freddie Gray? Former cops and arrestees shed light on the question tearing Baltimore apart
    Nobody knows just how Freddie Gray’s spinal cord ended up severed in the back of a police transport wagon on April 12. Nobody knows why the cops are stationed behind barriers. The members of the thin blue line space themselves about five paces...

    The Mail 4/22/15

    The Mail 4/22/15
    Copistry The notion that the U.S. Department of Justice has any real interest in “reform[ing] the Baltimore City Police Department” is ridiculous, as they are hand-in-hand partners in fighting Baltimore crime (“Collaborating with...