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After the third officer was acquitted in the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore's police union wants charges against the remaining three officers dropped.

Lt. Gene Ryan, President of the Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police, said the latest acquittal came as no surprise because all of the officers were wrongly charged to begin with, calling it a "gross misjustice."

He said the union will continue to represent the officers for as long as necessary, but he hopes Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby will see the light soon.

"At the end of the day, there's cases that have been tried, Greta, and she hasn't gotten a conviction on one," he said. "If the light bulb doesn't go off now, I don't know if it ever will."

He continued: "The citizens of Baltimore are suffering because they're paying for this, the burden falls on them. And we have to end this and move the city forward in a positive direction."

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