New evidence has emerged in the criminal case against six Baltimore police officers who have been charged in connection with Freddie Gray’s death.

“The Kelly File” has learned that there’s conflicting information surrounding witness Donta Allen’s story.

The Washington Post first reported that Allen, who was the only person in the police van with Gray, reported to authorities that he could hear Gray trying to injure himself.

Allen later denied that story to reporters, claiming that he only heard a little banging and calling the police “crooked.”

Now, a source close to the case tells “The Kelly File” that there’s video of Allen telling police that Gray was hitting his head against the van and “sounded like a madman.”

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