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The family of Freddie Gray is still anguished and mourning after his death in police custody — but they remain hopeful his death could spark a change in police-community relations in Baltimore and the U.S., they said in an exclusive interview with Lester Holt of NBC News. "It does me proud to see so many people caring for justice and raising the name of Freddie in that manner," his stepfather, Richard Shipley, said. "Maybe it'll change laws. Or maybe Freddie'll be a martyr and his name will live on forever. And that makes us very proud." Tune in to NBC Nightly News tonight to watch the full interview. Read »
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The most important thing is safety, safety of the infrastructure here because without that, we do not have Baltimore.  

— Major General Linda Singh of the Maryland National Guard, at a press conference Saturday urging Baltimore citizens to abide by the 10:00 p.m. curfew amid continued protests over Freddie Gray's death in police custody.
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