Officer Garrett Miller To Testify In Freddie Gray Case

A police officer, who was involved in the death of a 25-year-old black man, has pleaded not guilty to charges.

Gray was unlawfully arrested by police officers in Baltimore, Maryland. While he was being transported in their van, they beat him to coma. He died a week later as a result of injuries he got on his spinal cord.

Six of the police officers, who brutalized Gray were charged, some with manslaughter, others with a second-degree assault and reckless endangerment.

Over the week, on Wednesday April 20, judge Barry Williams in Maryland ruled that Officer Miller must testify against the other officers, who were also involved in the death of Freddie Gray. This means that Miller will take the witness stand to tell the court what exactly happened when they arrested Gray.

According to reports, Officer Miller will testify on May 10, at the trial of one of the officers, Edward Nero.

Over past five years, we have known cops to be liars, forging evidence to cover-up their stories. Can this exact officer turn out be an exception to tell the truth?

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