We spoke to the man who filmed Freddie Gray's arrest

Baltimore resident Kevin Moore's amateur video helped push the incident into the national spotlight.

    The amateur video of Freddie Gray's arrest by police in Baltimore helped push the incident into the U.S. national spotlight. The man who shot the footage, Kevin Moore, also lives in Freddie's West Baltimore neighbourhood.

    Al Jazeera caught up with him shortly after Maryland's state attorney announced charges including second degree murder and manslaughter against the six police officers involved.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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