On Wednesday, another victim of the Gun Trace Task Force is speaking out.
ABC2 News was told we'll get to hear firsthand what these victims and their families have gone through. We're also told there will be new documents and video that will be brought to light that will further expose the prior knowledge of police corruption.
Since the guilty verdict of Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor, community groups have been coming together to push for reform, hoping the verdicts can be the beginning of a cleaner police department.
The president of Baltimore City's NAACP says he had a meeting with Commissioner-designate Darryl De Sousa that was positive and can be the beginning of change.
Wednesday's press conference is set for 1 p.m. in downtown.