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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Brian Reed
An autopsy has confirmed that a body pulled from the Mississippi River is that of the brother of Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed.
A body pulled from the Mississippi River has been tentatively identified as the brother of Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed, authorities said Wednesday at a news conference attended by the NFL star.
A private search team called in by Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed and family members took to the Mississippi River at first light on Monday to search for the body of Reed's missing 28-year-old brother.
A private search team called in by Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed and family members suspended a search of the Mississippi River late Monday, but planned to return "no matter the weather" at first light to continue looking for the body of Reed's missing 28-year-old brother.
"We're just hopeful the Reed family can have some peace now," he said.
Karen Reed, the mother of Ed and Brian Reed, said investigators found her son's shoes and jacket.