There has been a breaking news update in the Freddie Death case. Six officers have been indicted in the Baltimore man’s death, according to State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. All of the officers will have to face a judge on July 2, she said.

Gray suffered lethal spinal injury after cops handcuffed, shackled and placed him head-first into a police van and his cries for medical help were ignored.

“As is often the case, during an ongoing investigation, charges can and should be revised based upon the evidence,” Mosby said.

Freddie Gray death: Grand jury indicts police officers

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This is terrifying for someone like myself who uses Paypal regularly. According to reports, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a complaint against PayPal for a number of illegal practices brought to its attention. Without much of a fight, they agreed to pay $15 million back to customers and $10 million in fines to the CFPB. Stay woke, yall.

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The deadly shootout between rival motorcycle gangs that killed nine and wounded 18 in Waco, Texas may have been started by a simple parking dispute. As of Monday (Apr 18), over 170 biker thugs from the Bandidos and the Cossack gangs were arrested in connection with the vicious incident.

On Sunday (Apr 18), the gang members began firing at each other in the parking lot and in the restroom of the Twin Peaks restaurant along Interstate 35 in Waco. According to reports, 200 bikers met to fight, and when it was all said and done, police seized over a 100 guns from the scene.

“It’s like the Wild West,” said McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara. “These guys become very violent to each other very quickly over nothing.”

All 9 people killed in the brawl were members of either the Cossacks or the Bandidos. Now, news outlets are reporting that there may be more biker gang members heading to Waco for retaliation.

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Win or lose on Saturday, Floyd Mayweather is set to pocket just shy of $180 million in the blockbuster fight against his fierce rival Manny Pacquiao. Despite having already promised to give each of his four kids $50 million in pocket money, it looks like Floyd is set to splash some of that cash on a close friend… Suge Knight.

UPDATE: TMZ says this completely false: “We’re told Floyd and Suge were close in the past — but they haven’t been in contact in several years.

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The city of Baltimore is still under siege as violent riots and protest took over the city on Monday night (Apr 27) after the funeral of citizen, Freddie Gray — who died in police custody a week after being arrested. According to various reports, the chaos started with school children who began spreading the word about joining in on a “purge” as a response to Mr. Gray’s death.

“The violence appears to have begun inside the Mondawmin Mall. Erica Ellis, 23, who works in a Game Stop store there, said the mall was shut down at 2 p.m., not long after Mr. Gray’s funeral cortege left for his burial.” (NY Times)

Around midnight, the riots and looting still raged on. The Boston Globe was giving live updates by the minute.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts says at least 15 officers have been injured, six seriously whom he visited at the city’s major trauma hospital. ‘‘I told them how proud I was of them and how courageous they were,’’ Batt says.He added that there have been a number of car fires and other fires in the streets and that law enforcement officers are still working to gain control over the situation.

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This is a news update on the city of Baltimore.

Earlier today, riots erupted throughout the city in protest for the unjust death of Freddie Gray. The Black man died a week after being arrested and injured by police .

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard to address the violence in Baltimore.

Read This: Baltimore Sun’s What We Know About Freddie Gray

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According to XXL, Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel have been given a trial date for their assorted number of weapons, drug, murder, and conspiracy charges. Bothe GS-9 members are reportedly set to begin trial on June 25 — along with 13 other members of their rap crew. Shmurda and Rebel’s lawyers, Kenneth Montgomery and Javier Solano, are requesting that both men be expedited to the front of the line as it is likely that the group of co-defendants will be broken down into smaller groups to face trial.

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James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond was sentenced to a second life sentence plus 20 years today for the 2009 murder of G-Unit affiliate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, the AP reports. Rosemond, who is already serving life for cocaine trafficking, was convicted for his role in Fletcher’s death at a December trial in Manhattan.

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Rich Homie Quan is the latest rapper being accused of fighting with a security guard. According to news stations, Quan allegedly threw several punches at a security guard at Miami’s Club LIV after he was denied entry — due to the venue being at overcapacity.

Reportedly, the 25-year-old rapper wanted to enter the back VIP door when security guard, Christian Cajigas, said he could not let the rapper and his entourage in.

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Suge Knight’s legal and health issues both worsened during his bail review hearing today. Siding with the prosecution, Los Angeles Judge Ronald S. Coen set his bail at a staggering $25 million before the Death Row co-founder collapsed in the courthouse.

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