AirTalk for May 1, 2015

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced this morning that the 25-year-old’s death in police custody was a homicide, and that six Baltimore officers would be charged criminally. What are the next steps for the prosecution in the investigation into Freddie Gray’s death? Also, the new documentary "Misery Loves Comedy," explores the oft-debated idea that comics are depressives who have led unhappy lives. Then, it's T-G-I-Filmweek!
Criminal Charges Announced Against Baltimore Police Officers In Freddie Gray's Death

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