Baltimore’s CBS News affiliate reports:
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Friday that they will review in-custody death reports from former Chief Medical Examiner Dr. David Fowler, just days after Fowler testified that former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin did not kill George Floyd.
“We agree that it is appropriate for independent experts to review reports issued by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) regarding deaths in custody. We are already in conversations with the Governor’s Office about the need for such a review, and have offered to coordinate it,” a statement from his office said Friday.
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— WJZ | CBS Baltimore (@wjz) April 24, 2021