Baltimore Police Union Epically Fails to Fundraise 600k

Lillian Boyd
This goes to show that not every officer involved in a violent death of a black youth can have $500,000 fundraised like Darren Wilson had.

Baltimore Police Union Tried To Start Online $600,000

The Baltimore Police Union attempted to fund $600,000 in support of the six officers involved in Freddie Gray’s death. 

But their efforts were ceased to a halt 40 minutes and $425 later. 

A for effort, Baltimore Police Union. GoFundMe has yet to release a statement. But upon inspecting the Terms of Service, there are a few possible violations: 

  • Campaigns in defense of formal charges or claims of heinous crimes, violent, hateful, sexual or discriminatory acts
  • Materials including bigotry, racism, sexism, or profanity


Needless to say, the union's Twitter page has been a firm supporter of the accused police officers as well as the police force. In an open letter to Marilyn Mosby, the union asserted that the six accused officers:


". . .at all times, each of the officers diligently balanced their obligations to protect Mr. Gray and discharge their duties to protect the public."

An invalid URL has never looked so satisfying. 


Baltimore police union's online fundraiser seeking $600000

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