The Baltimore Six – Three Black, Three White, Officers – Detail Charges and Bail Information….

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Alan Dershowitz responds to Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby saying her decision was entirely based on politics and “crowd control.”

Dershowitz said “this is a very sad day for justice” and that Mosby acted out of a “desire to prevent riots.” It will be “virtually impossible,” he predicted, for the six officers involved to get a fair trial.

And as for murder charges, Dershowitz said there’s “no plausible, hypothetical, conceivable case for murder” and “this is a show trial.” He predicted that Mosby might get removed as prosecutor and Baltimore citizens may get upset if and/or when they “move to a place with a different demographic.” (link)

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Baltimore Head Prosecutor and activist Marilyn Mosby attends a Black Lives Matter protest march with her husband Baltimore Councilman Nick Mosby.

Marilyn Mosby 235-year-old political activist and State Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, chose to file charges via direct Criminal Information Probable Cause Affidavit (PCA) as opposed to seeking an indictment via Grand Jury.

However, under Maryland criminal procedure all defendants are ENTITLED to a preliminary hearing within 30 days.  At the preliminary hearing a judge will determine whether there is validity to the defendants and the charged felonies.

Even though she originally chose to file charges via Criminal Information, she will still likely try to seek an indictment via a Grand Jury between now and the 30 day window for the preliminary hearing.

Strategically, the indictment, if any, will likely be issued on the eve of the preliminary hearing as a way of preventing the defense from obtaining “free discovery” and notice of the prosecutors trial theory.

The announcement today appears to be PURE POLITICS to appease a mob.  Mosby choose the Direct Information route with charges simply to get the six officers arrested right away.

State Attorney Mosby can change the charges before she seeks an indictment before the grand jury approximately 30 days from now.  Or, the Grand Jury can refuse some elements of the indictment.


Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., 45: Black Male

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Second-degree depraved murder, manslaughter, second-degree assault, two counts of vehicular manslaughter charges and misconduct in office. $350,000 Bail

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Officer William Porter, 25: Black Male

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Involuntary manslaughter, second-degree assault and misconduct in office. $350,000 Bail

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Lt. Brian Rice, 41: White Male

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Involuntary manslaughter, two counts of second-degree assault, two counts of misconduct in office and false imprisonment. $350,000 Bail

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Officer Edward Nero, 29: White Male

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Two counts of second-degree assault, two counts of misconduct in office and false imprisonment.  $250,000 Bail

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Officer Garrett Miller, 26: White Male

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Two counts of second-degree assault, two counts of misconduct in office and one false imprisonment charge. $250,000 Bail

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Sgt. Alicia White, 30: Black Female

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Involuntary manslaughter, second-degree assault and misconduct in office. $350,000 Bail

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The next phase in the ongoing protests is scheduled to continue with a coast to coast efforts this weekend.

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592 Responses to The Baltimore Six – Three Black, Three White, Officers – Detail Charges and Bail Information….

  1. jc says:

    Great Village Voice article about switchblade laws
    Synopsis : 1)Switchblade arrests are #10 most common arrest.
    2) disproportionate number of switchblade arrests are black and hispanic.
    3) Long standing Baltimore and NYC muni codes are written broad to include knives similar in operation to true switchblades.

    Conclusions: 1)Broadly written switchblade ordinances are racist tools to lock up minorities.
    2)Prosecutor has nullified the Baltimore ordinance as written and enforced by the arresting officers and has imposed her own narrow interpretation of the ordinance’s definition of illegal knives and in so doing has turned law enforcers into criminals. I think, based on this, anyone arrested in Baltimore for switchblade-like knives could sue for illegal arrest and the arresting officers be criminally charged for illegal arrests, I mean once you start making ex post facto interpretation of muni ordinances there logically be time limits on them.

    Ill post link in a minute


  2. BertDilbert says:

    So wait, the most serious charges go against a black officer who dindonuffin, am I getting this correct? (inaction)


  3. David Stadler says:

    The sad message here is riot, destroy property, and injure police officers and you will get what you want right or wrong. Roots in LA, Detroit, and Ferguson and we have still not learned to respond with force.


    • auscitizenmom says:

      I am not sure “we” works here. I think at least most of us here realize you have to step in right at the beginning of a riot and stop it before it really gets started.


    • smiley says:

      actually, the underlying message here is about setting up Obama’s national police force.
      these calculated “riots” are provoking the mobs for the cause.
      and its got nothing to do with 1st Amendment rights.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Douglas Gray says:

    One possible scenario is that he did swallow a good bit of heroin right before his arrest, and then more or less became unconscious and fell out of his van seat. If that was the case, then the one officer who was supposed to be responsible for his safety would still be guilty of criminal negligence, but certainly the heroin use would mitigate the severity of the crime. The point is, it’s hard to determine the extent to which the drugs in his system contributed to his death. It is even possible that there was some uncontrolled thrashing about that contributed to his death, which was drug related.

    I don’t fault the Mayor at all for taking a hard line stance to mollify the anger of the family, and prevent more rioting.


  5. I always feared she overcharged the black officers on purpose so only the white officers would get convicted. No reason not to wonder if this is a valid theory.


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