Dominic Nell left work at a Baltimore summer camp Thursday afternoon, rode the subway home to West Baltimore to find a veritable skyline of satellite trucks, boom microphones and cameras.
News crews had gathered at the intersection of Pennsylvania and North avenues, the heart of the protests and riots after the death of Freddie Gray last year.
"Why are you here?" Nell, 39, shouted, going on to answer his own question.
"'Well, we hear there's going to be a protest,'" he said, mimicking the reason for the media attention, as well as a heavier than normal police presence. "Well,...