After Baltimore’s Annus Horribilis, Pugh Holds Vigil To Set A New Tone

12/30/17

Attendees were asked to bring “one word of hope and inspiration” to what Mayor Catherine Pugh billed as a candlelight vigil to “honor the families impacted by violence in Baltimore City.”

But in case words failed them after a year of record-setting killings, federal indictments detailing rampant police corruption, body-worn camera videos suggesting planted evidence and the unsolved death of a detective – participants were provided by City Hall with ready-made messages last night.

“VALUED,” “GLORIOUS,” “RESOLUTE,” and, ironically, “SPONTANEOUS” were among the signs clutched by city officials, police brass and regular citizens who filed into the War Memorial Building on a frosty evening.

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