'Stunning': Prosecutor in Freddie Gray Case Acted Quickly

Baltimore's top prosecutor was praised Friday for not wasting any time in charging the six police officers who arrested Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man who died in their custody.
State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's decision came just a little more than two weeks after Gray's death and only a day after receiving confidential investigation notes from the Baltimore police department — a timeline that Oakland, California-based civil rights attorney John Burris called "stunning."
"Stunning because it happened so quickly," Burris, who specializes in police misconduct cases and worked on the Rodney King suit against Los Angeles, said.