Earlier this month, Western Journalism reported on the effort by the Maryland prosecutor pressing charges against the Baltimore Six cops to keep Freddie Gray’s autopsy under seal — available only to her office and the defendants’ attorneys. That move by Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby sparked criticism among those who believe the medical findings could offer evidence contrary to Mosby’s account of events that led her to file serious charges against the six officers involved in Gray’s arrest and transport.
Now, the Baltimore Sun has reportedly obtained a leaked copy of the Gray autopsy and published its conclusions, many of which appear to be based on probabilities, likelihoods, and suppositions. According to a report on the Fox News show The Kelly File Tuesday night, one of those conclusions was that Gray’s death in police custody was a “medical and legal accident and only ruled a homicide because [the medical examiner] was told the police failed to belt Gray into the [transport] van.”
During the interview with her three guests — all “expert witnesses” in their various fields — Megyn Kelly explored whether or not the prosecution, based on the autopsy, has the basis for a murder charge in the Gray case. The answers she got may surprise you.
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By clicking on the video above, you can watch the fascinating and revealing segment on The Kelly File in which Megyn and her guests discuss key elements of the autopsy and Marilyn Mosby’s prosecution of the six police officers.
And what about critical evidence from the seven days Gray spent in the hospital between the time of his arrest and his death? See for yourself what these folks have to say about that “missing” part of the story.