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Video and radio transmission released from Baltimore riot

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BALTIMORE (AP) — City surveillance video and police radio transmissions newly released by Baltimore authorities show the beginning of rioting and the police response in part of the city after Freddie Gray’s funeral.

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The audio transmissions detail officers’ efforts to gain control on city streets after the April 27 funeral for Gray, a black man who suffered a fatal spinal cord injury in police custody.

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Screen shot from video.

The audio transmissions detail officers’ efforts to gain control on city streets after the April 27 funeral for Gray, a black man who suffered a fatal spinal cord injury in police custody.The police union has accused top brass of instructing officers to not engage rioters, allowing looting. On the transmissions, orders instructing officers to “hold the line” are heard, but there are no orders to “stand down.”

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