Good. Judge Williams used the law. There was no case. I don't find this surprising. But then I've learned to be surprised by these absurd trials.
And I was speaking to a friend here in New Orleans who, naturally, assumed the officers are guilty. She hadn't read my primer and had no idea this trial had nothing (except politics) to do with Freddie's death.
Judge Williams ruled that Nero had nothing even to do with Freddie Gray's arrest.
Update: I generally discount the "anti-cop mainstream media" hype you hear from a lot of people. But I just received a call from a station out west and told them what I thought about the verdict. I was told, "I totally agree with what you're saying, but we're looking for a more 'agnostic' guest." I'm not sure whether "agnostic" mean ignorant or biased. But facts be damned, they won't be satisfied until they get "both" sides of this story equally represented. It's how false narratives are built.