Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby: FINALLY FIRED!

Join us to discuss the firing (de-election) of Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and to recall her vicious political prosecution of six Baltimore PD officers in the Freddie Gray in-custody death.

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2 thoughts on “Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby: FINALLY FIRED!”

  1. Arrest warrant was issued without probable cause, arrest was made without probable cause, prosecution was without probable cause. The magistrate issuing the arrest warrants and the trial court judge failing to dismiss the cases at the preliminary hearing are just as guilty of violating the constitutional rights of the officers under color of law as prosecutor is.

  2. A couple of quotes from the ABAs Criminal Justice Standards for the Prosecution Function:
    “The primary duty of the prosecutor is to seek justice within the bounds of the law, not merely to convict. The prosecutor serves the public interest and should act with integrity and balanced judgment to increase public safety both by pursuing appropriate criminal charges of appropriate severity, and by exercising discretion to not pursue criminal charges in appropriate circumstances. The prosecutor should seek to protect the innocent and convict the guilty, consider the interests of victims and witnesses, and respect the constitutional and legal rights of all persons, including suspects and defendants.”
    “The prosecutor should not make a statement of fact or law, or offer evidence, that the prosecutor does not reasonably believe to be true, to a court, lawyer, witness, or third party, except for lawfully authorized investigative purposes.”
    “A prosecutor should not use other improper considerations, such as partisan or political or personal considerations, in exercising prosecutorial discretion.”

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