A shocking update in the Freddie Gray case has been confirmed.
On Wednesday, The Baltimore Sun revealed that all charges against the three remaining officers involved in Gray’s arrest and death case–Officer Garrett Miller, Sgt. Alicia White and Officer William Porter–have been dropped.
The move in the case came after three other officers were also acquitted on charges in Gray’s death.
“All of our clients are thrilled with what happened today, and we’ll be making a comment later to address the details of what happened,” said Catherine Flynn, the attorney of Officer Miller, outside the courthouse.
Back in April 2015, 25-year-old Gray was arrested by Baltimore cops. He was handcuffed and left in the back of a police van, where he suffered serious spinal-cord injuries. He died the next day.
The outrage over the treatment and eventual death of Gray sparked numerous protests throughout the country. The protesters felt that the officers in this case caused Gray’s death by not securing him in a seatbelt in the back of the van.
The outcome of this high-profile trial could create even more anger and chaos again.