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Rough-ride theory, Freddie Gray's injuries disputed as Officer Goodson trial continues - Baltimore Sun;

Rough-ride theory, Freddie Gray's injuries disputed as Officer Goodson trial continues - Baltimore Sun

Baltimore SunRough-ride theory, Freddie Gray's injuries disputed as Officer Goodson trial continuesBaltimore SunKevin Rector reports on the fourth day of Officer Caesar Goodson's trial in the death of Freddie Gray. (Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun video). Kevin Rector and Justin FentonContact ReportersThe Baltimore Sun. Freddie Gray case: Recap of Day 4 in the trial of ...and more »

Defense witness: Freddie Gray's death was not a homicide - WBAL Baltimore

Defense witness: Freddie Gray's death was not a homicideWBAL BaltimoreAn interesting turn of events in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson: The judge allowed the defense to interrupt the state's case and put one of its medical experts on the stand. Prosecutors put their presentation against Goodson on pause as a ...and more »

Prosecutors try to prove Freddie Gray victim of 'rough ride' - WBAL Baltimore;

Prosecutors try to prove Freddie Gray victim of 'rough ride' - WBAL Baltimore

WBAL BaltimoreProsecutors try to prove Freddie Gray victim of 'rough ride'WBAL BaltimoreProsecutors in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson continued Tuesday to lay the groundwork for their theory that Freddie Gray's fatal injuries were suffered as the result of a "rough ride" in a police transport van. Advertisement. Complete coverage ...and more »

Freddie Gray case: Officer Porter testifies in trial of Officer Goodson - Baltimore Sun;

Freddie Gray case: Officer Porter testifies in trial of Officer Goodson - Baltimore Sun

Baltimore SunFreddie Gray case: Officer Porter testifies in trial of Officer GoodsonBaltimore SunOfficer Wiliam Porter was called as a state witness on the third day of testimony during the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun video). Justin Fenton and Kevin RectorContact ReportersThe Baltimore Sun. A fellow officer ...and more »

Video shows no sudden stops, turns of police van carrying Freddie Gray: testimony - Washington Post;

Video shows no sudden stops, turns of police van carrying Freddie Gray: testimony - Washington Post

Washington PostVideo shows no sudden stops, turns of police van carrying Freddie Gray: testimonyWashington PostBALTIMORE — A Baltimore City Police detective testified Tuesday that the police van in which Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. allegedly gave Freddie Gray a “rough ride” didn't appear in surveillance footage to make any sudden stops or turns while Gray was ...and more »

Officer says he told van driver to take Freddie Gray to hospital - New York Daily News;

Officer says he told van driver to take Freddie Gray to hospital - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsOfficer says he told van driver to take Freddie Gray to hospitalNew York Daily NewsA fellow officer said that he told the van driver who transported Freddie Gray to take the 25-year-old to the hospital. Baltimore officer William Porter was called in to help Caesar Goodson, who faces second-degree "depraved heart" murder and ...and more »

Officer Testifies About Van Ride Leading to Freddie Gray's Death - New York Times;

Officer Testifies About Van Ride Leading to Freddie Gray's Death - New York Times

New York TimesOfficer Testifies About Van Ride Leading to Freddie Gray's DeathNew York TimesOfficer William G. Porter, one of six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, leaving court Monday after testifying in the trial of Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr. Credit Jose Luis Magana/Associated Press. BALTIMORE — The ...and more »

Officer: Van driver was responsible for Freddie Gray - CNN;

Officer: Van driver was responsible for Freddie Gray - CNN

CNNOfficer: Van driver was responsible for Freddie GrayCNN(CNN) Baltimore police Officer William Porter said Monday that Caesar Goodson had custody of Freddie Gray while Gray was inside the police wagon, and therefore was responsible for him. Goodson is the police wagon driver on trial in connection with the ...and more »

Police van driver had responsibility for Freddie Gray's safety, officer testifies - Washington Post;

Police van driver had responsibility for Freddie Gray's safety, officer testifies - Washington Post

Washington PostPolice van driver had responsibility for Freddie Gray's safety, officer testifiesWashington PostBALTIMORE — Freddie Gray showed no signs of “immediate medical distress” when he requested help the day of his April 2015 arrest, but he should have been taken to a hospital anyway, according to an officer who was forced to testify in the trial of a ...and more »

Officer says Freddie Gray was able to lift himself during police van's fourth stop - Washington Times;

Officer says Freddie Gray was able to lift himself during police van's fourth stop - Washington Times

Washington TimesOfficer says Freddie Gray was able to lift himself during police van's fourth stopWashington TimesOfficer William Porter, right, one of six Baltimore city police officers charged in connection to the death of Freddie Gray, accompanied by his Attorney Joseph Murtha leaves the courthouse, after testifying in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson, one ...and more »

Cop Says Freddie Gray Didn't Appear Hurt; Van Driver Responsible for Safety - NBCNews.com;

Cop Says Freddie Gray Didn't Appear Hurt; Van Driver Responsible for Safety - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comCop Says Freddie Gray Didn't Appear Hurt; Van Driver Responsible for SafetyNBCNews.comAn officer testifying against Baltimore Officer Caesar Goodson, the van driver charged in the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, on Monday said Gray twice indicated that he needed to go to a hospital. Ultimately, Goodson was responsible for ...and more »

Baltimore Police Officer William Porter Takes the Stand in Colleague's Freddie Gray Trial - ABC News

Baltimore Police Officer William Porter Takes the Stand in Colleague's Freddie Gray TrialABC NewsOfficer Caesar Goodson arrives at the courthouse, June 13, 2016, for the third day of his trial in the Freddie Gray case, in Baltimore. more +. 0 Shares. Email. William Porter, the officer whose own trial ended in a deadlocked jury in January, took the ...and more »

A Baltimore police officer says that Freddie Gray asked for help during fatal van ride - Business Insider;

A Baltimore police officer says that Freddie Gray asked for help during fatal van ride - Business Insider

Business InsiderA Baltimore police officer says that Freddie Gray asked for help during fatal van rideBusiness InsiderA Baltimore police officer testified on Monday that black detainee Freddie Gray asked for help while being transported in a police van, where he suffered a broken neck. The officer, William Porter, took the stand in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson ...and more »

Baltimore police van driver had responsibility for Freddie Gray's safety, co-defendant testifies - Tampabay.com;

Baltimore police van driver had responsibility for Freddie Gray's safety, co-defendant testifies - Tampabay.com

Tampabay.comBaltimore police van driver had responsibility for Freddie Gray's safety, co-defendant testifiesTampabay.comBALTIMORE — After Freddie Gray asked to go to the hospital, it was wagon driver Caesar Goodson who was responsible for Gray's safety, according to the testimony of another officer charged in the case.and more »

Officer William Porter takes stand in Goodson trial - WBAL Baltimore;

Officer William Porter takes stand in Goodson trial - WBAL Baltimore

WBAL BaltimoreOfficer William Porter takes stand in Goodson trialWBAL BaltimoreOne of six Baltimore police officers charged in connection to the death of Freddie Gray testified for the prosecution Monday in the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson. Officer William Porter testified that Goodson, the transport driver in the van where ...and more »

Baltimore Lawyer: If Prosecution Can't Convict Next Officer In Freddie Gray Case, They're Done - Daily Caller

Baltimore Lawyer: If Prosecution Can't Convict Next Officer In Freddie Gray Case, They're DoneDaily CallerThe third officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray is on trial, and he is the “center of the universe” for the entire case. Officer Caesar Goodson drove the police vehicle transporting Gray before his death and is accused of giving Gray a “rough ...and more »