Police departments need to do soul searching, says Obama
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday approached police divisions the nation over to do some "spirit seeking" on how they handle African-American suspects after race-related revolting ejected in Baltimore. Obama said it was essential for police divisions to perceive that some of them have an issue by they way they manage criminal suspects of shading.
"There are some police who aren't making the best decision," he said. As opposed to move in, he said, some police boss have remembered "they've got the chance to get their arms" around the issue. Obama, at a joint news meeting with going to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, put forth his first open expression about a Maryland dark man, Freddie Gray, who passed on April 19 of a broken spine in the wake of being captured by Baltimore police.