The city of Baltimore has agreed to pay the family of Freddie Gray $6.4 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit, and soon six police officers who are charged in Gray’s death will go on trial. Meanwhile, the mayor of Baltimore will not seek another term in that office:
Rawlings-Blake claimed that she’d rather be “focused on the city’s future” instead of campaigning for re-election. What’s next for her?
We remember those safe spaces for “those who wished to destroy” all too well.
That’s not outside the realm of possibility.
According to Rawlings-Blake, she could be re-elected:
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