Physical claims are protests, including peaceful ones, and physical conflicts with a police.
3. From Baltimore’s society point of view the problem is a nowadays police system. It works wrong, making unjust and cruel decisions, and higher authorities do not provide a proper reaction. In this way, a problem lays in a law reinforcement system, but also on a governmental level where Baltimore case isn’t treated as a social problem.
4. Initially, the conflict was between Freddie Grey, African American Baltimore resident, and a troop of police officers who arrested Grey. Now there are several groups of protesters within Baltimore community (predominantly, African Americans), some groups of protesters along U.S. representing opinion of common Americans. On the other side is U.S. law reinforcement system and U.S. government.
5. From Baltimore protesters’ point of view, wrong is a police activity when making arrest and treating citizens under arrest (on Grey’s example). Specifically, firstly wrong is to arrest citizens without clear charge (on Grey’s example) and in a brutal way, and secondly, to segregate them from rights (a right on a medical care in Grey’s case). Finally, it’s wrong to be slow with solving a crime.
6. Among evidences is a postmortem examination conclusion saying Grey was heavily injured during or under arrest, but mostly Watkins (2015) brings victims stories, including examples driven from own childhood. In this way, Baltimore police characteristics experienced earlier reasons a current reality. In current case police confirms existing reputation and thus, increases objectiveness of a claims.
7. Victims are Baltimore residents whose civil rights suspected to be violated by police. Victims are Freddie Grey himself, a Baltimore society who sees Freddie Grey as its typical representative, several other involved in earlier similar cases along U.S., and those protesters whose rights