Transcript for Curfew Lifted in Baltimore as Peaceful Demonstrations Continue
We begin in Baltimore, where after days of unrest of the death of Freddie gray in police custody, hope they have finely turned a corner. Overnight, another round of clashes, police officers responding. But today, a peaceful rally at city hall. Signs lifted above the crowd, calling for peace and justice. Now a major change. The curfew has been lifted and the National Guard is packing up to leave. Tonight, the question, will the peace hold? Jim Avila is in Baltimore. Reporter: Sunday in west Baltimore is a day for church, especially today. ? a day of prayer and reconciliation. After what the prosecutor says was the illegal arrest of Freddie gray, and his death at the hands of police officers now charged with a range crimes. From official misconduct to manslaughter. Last night, police trying to enforce curfew. And while today's demonstrations were again peaceful, they were reminders that the state's attorney who according to a story, surprised the task force looking into the death with the speed in which the police were charged. And now, she has to prove her case. Please do not confuse an indictment with a verdict. Reporter: The next flash point, may 27th, when the police officers make their court appearances. But for now, Baltimore has settled down enough for the mayor to lift the 10:00 P.M. Curfew. Right now, I'm confident what we saw other the past few days is our resiliency and our communities coming together. Reporter: Streets quiet, but still bearing the scars of looting and property damage. Fire investigators sifting through the ashes of a corner pharmacy. And six other blazes. Late today, another protest, this one peaceful again. The real test will come tonight, the first without a curfew since the Monday night riots, when 200 businesses were destroyed.
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