Sounds more like you've got your mind made up, or at the very least, you desperately want them let off. The only thing I know of about the ME is that the report hasn't been made public, but the Baltimore Sun presumably got a leaked copy. And according to the ME, this was a homicide and the cops failed to take appropriate care of him.
IF, we are to believe the Baltimore Sun, then they failed to strap him in, gave him a rough ride, and repeatedly failed to provide medical attention when it was clearly obvious he needed it and was asking for it. That's clearly depraved heart murder and that was clearly done by the cops.
I'm willing to accept that could be all wrong and we won't know until the report is released to the public, but I haven't seen yet where it's been characterized as a mere accident.
I also think we can drop any pretense that there will be any fairness in this whole fiasco. The cops are already starting off with the deck stacked in their favor. We've seen it time and again.
-juries favor cops
-judges favor cops
-these cops are being investigated by their cop buddies
And lets not forget that Freddie was poor, Black, used drugs, had priors so all the cop cheerleaders will be bringing that nonsense up.
Chances of an actual conviction = .0000000000000000004%
your synopsis of Dos Equis is 100% correct. He's resorted to trusting the ever-changing word of a convict over the M.E., the prosecutor, etc.
Also you're probably right they'll be let off the hook. Or plead out. Always works out that way. Doesn't mean they didn't brake test him or deny him medical attention when asked, just that they'll beat the rap.
Dos equis probably still thinks OJ is innocent too?