Baltimore Riots

Suspect Dies Baltimore

Are Baltimore City Officials Finally Toughening Up?

City officials are getting tough on looters in an attempt to curb the violence after the funeral of Freddie Gray. Any individuals caught rioting, looting, destroying property or otherwise reacting in a violent and unlawful manner will have their government benefits permanently revoked.

Analysis: Ferguson and Baltimore Riots Linked

While these “professional protesters”/”grass roots activists” are still under investigation as further analysis is being conducted, we can only hope that these anarchists who took advantage of this young man’s death to incite violence will be brought to justice.

Civil rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton arrives for a meeting with Sony Pictures Co-Chairman Amy Pascal at a hotel in New York

Reverend Al Sharpton Is Headed To Baltimore

Reverend Al Sharpton said Monday that he is going to visit Baltimore this week.

“I have been asked by many in the Baltimore area since day one to get involved in the justice for Freddie Gray movement,” Sharpton said in a statement. “I will come to Baltimore this week at the invitation or Rev. Westley West, who has led vigils daily there, along with local clergy, and morning radio show host Larry Young who has headed our Baltimore chapter of NAN for the last decade.”