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Letter: Baltimore anger was foreseeable

Protestors defy curfew and taunt police officers the

Protestors defy curfew and taunt police officers the night after citywide riots over the death of Freddie Gray on April 28, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland Photo Credit: Getty Images / Mark Makela

It was obvious that the Freddie Gray debacle would accelerate after his funeral ["Street clashes," News, April 28].

Common sense should have prevailed. I saw on TV that the Baltimore Police Department tried to squelch a couple of hundred disruptive kids who had bottles and rocks. It was pathetic and unprofessional. This resulted in more people getting hurt and excessive property damage. This police department needs professional training!

John Herman, North Babylon

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