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...a 38-year-old man accused of violating a protective order...
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly described the prisoner in the van as a 38-year-old man accused of violating a protective order. This version has been corrected.
Police vans can have a third compartment.
The police van in which Freddie Gray supposedly sustained his fatal injuries does not come with a bolt sticking out from the back door, Chevrolet has confirmed.
Designs from the car maker show that the Chevrolet Express - the vehicle used by the Baltimore Police Department - is smooth on the inside of both cage doors.
Chevrolet spokesman Michael Albano confirmed to Daily Mail Online that the standard issue Chevrolet Express Police Transport Van has bolts that are built into the door and don't stick out.
Mr Albano said that law enforcement agencies are known to customise their own vehicles and that the Baltimore Police Department may have done so to their fleet.
The development raises a number of questions about the official account put out by the force which emerged today in a report of its internal investigation into Gray's death.
originally posted by: _Del_
But no lawyer worth his salt is going to allow any of these guys to hang for murder. The charges were highly politicized, and now it's going to bite the DA in the ass when these guys/gal walk. Which really compounds the problem.