Protesters say f*ck cnn (video)
Baltimore Protesters say F:*ck CNN” Live On CNN. at the freddie gray protests in baltimore, people start cursing out cnn on cnn Chanting “No justice! No peace!” ‘F*ck You! F*ck That! F*ck CNN!’ Baltimore Protester Grabs Mic Live on CNN protesters rallied in Baltimore late Tuesday, the same day police released the names of the officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray. ‘F*ck You! F*ck That! F*ck CNN!’ Baltimore Protester Grabs Mic Live on CNN ‘F*ck You! F*ck That! F*ck CNN!’ Baltimore Protester Grabs Mic Live on CNN The Baltimore police suspended six officers involved and pledged an investigation into the circumstances of Gray’s death (the autopsy said he died of a spinal cord injury).
Marquez walked amongst the protesters to explain what was going on, but one of them grabbed the mic in his hands and started dropping f-bombs all over the place. And while it’s hard to make out some of what he says, he very clearly points to Marquez and shouts, “Fuck you!” Gray died of a spinal injury Sunday, exactly one week after he was taken into custody.
Demonstrators marched to a local police station that was protected by barricades. One man was arrested after crossing that barricade, but the protest was peaceful.Among the crowd were members of Gray’s family, including his mother. She held her head and cried. Many of the protesters clasped hands, and raised them in a show of support.
“Make some noise for Freddie Gray,” one man shouted into a megaphone.
Earlier in the day, the Baltimore Police Department released the names of six police officers suspended with pay.
They are: Lt. Brian Rice, 41, who joined the department in 1997; Officer Caesar Goodson, 45, who joined in 1999; Sgt. Alicia White, 30, who joined in 2010; Officer William Porter, 25, who joined in 2012; Officer Garrett Miller, 26, who joined in 2012; and Officer Edward Nero, 29, who joined in 2012.
After an “in-custody death,” it is standard procedure to release the names of officers involved, said Baltimore Police Department spokesman Capt. Eric Kowalczyk.
It doesn’t mean the officers did anything wrong, nor does it mean that these were the only officers involved, he said.
Of the six officers, three were on bikes and initially approached Gray, another made eye contact with Gray, another officer joined in the arrest after it was initiated and one drove the police van, Kowalczyk said.