Perhaps you should go back to remedial English yourself. You were replying to a comment about people shot by police, mentioned Gray, then named off a bunch of people and completed with everyone else that was shot. You were talking about people shot by cops, Gray wasn't shot by cops, and incidentally, all charges in the case were dropped today. No one was found to have acted in even the barest criminal manner in the case, and the cops were following the guidance they were trained on, which had just been changed 6 days before the incident.
The Gray case was a horrible accident, but it does not belong in a list of people shot by police, when talking about shootings by police.
who knows wtf happened with Gray?
Well, since the medical examiner told everyone who bothered to read the report exactly what happened, I can't imagine how you could NOT know what happened. The base of his skull struck an exposed bolt in the side of the police van, which damaged his spinal cord and caused near instantaneous death. All his pleas to go to medical before that turned out to just be him trying to get away as his injuries were not severe (before the spinal cord injury which would have prevented speech).
medical examiners reported Gray sustained more injuries as a result of slamming into the inside of the transport van, "apparently breaking his neck; a head injury he sustained matches a bolt in the back of the van".
Three officers were acquitted as there was no evidence of malice, and the prosecutor was unable to prove a crime had even occurred, and so now she dropped the charges in the remaining cases as she doesn't think she can prove they did anything wrong either. Then she goes on a rant against police investigating police claiming that is the reason she can't prove the crimes. When she announced the charges originally, it was pretty obvious it was more about her political career than anything the officers did wrong, as they were following department policy as they had been taught.