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Protesters returned to Baltimore's streets Saturday to vent outrage over the death of an African-American man from injuries he apparently sustained when taken into police custody two weekends ago. Organizers anticipated the biggest outpouring of public anger since Freddie Gray, 25, was arrested on April 12, only to die in a coma seven days later from severe spinal injuries. Several hundred protesters gathered at the west Baltimore housing project where Gray was apprehended and headed toward the district police station that has been the focal point of nightly demonstrations this week. "No justice, no peace!" chanted the crowd, under a forest of banners, including one featuring portraits of African Americans who have died in confrontations with police in recent years.