Marilyn Mosby -VS- The Baltimore Six – The Lies, The Agenda, The Case For Recusal…

Marilyn Mosby is the State Attorney in Baltimore Maryland at the heart of the controversy surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, and the Baltimore Six police officers she has now charged with his death.

Criminal Charges Announced Against Baltimore Police Officers In Freddie Gray's Death

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The cited research you can read and watch below will aid in understanding how an agenda-driven prosecutor has constructed a brutally biased, and most certainly false, narrative surrounding the events.  (Please assure you watch the video segments to fully digest)

Our research begins by highlighting the campaign of Marilyn Mosby as she announced her intentions to run for State Attorney in June of 2013.   Understanding her initial reasoning to run for office, and understanding how she was willing to lie about the substance, is critical to understanding the agenda she is willing to advocate today.

In the 2013 video below Candidate Marilyn Mosby announces her intention.

To kick off her campaign, and explain who she is to the community, Mosby chooses to tell a personal story of how her cousin, Diron Spence, was killed in Boston.   Listen closely to the story in her own words. (@5:20 to 9:10 of video below):

There’s an immediate problem; the campaign story is essentially false.

Her cousin Diron: • did not die on her front doorstep, • was not killed over a pair of sneakers, • and was not shot in broad daylight.   In addition Manny Barros: • did not witness the shooting, • nor did he testify to witnessing the shooting.

In actuality Manny Barros merely saw a man taking off a ski-type mask in the vicinity of the shooting, at approximately the same time, and followed the guy to see which house he entered.  Barros then told the police what he saw and they discovered the shooter in the residence with the firearm.  (Story from Boston Newspaper)

Marilyn Mosby is lying. But don’t just take our word for it, you don’t even need to believe the Boston Globe, read what Diron’s own mother had to say when she saw her niece use the fictitious story in her campaign video:

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Now you might say Mosby’s a politician, so what, …she embellished the story for campaign effect and stretched the story a little bit.  So what, they all do that?

True, but consider specifically the office she is running for.  Is embellishment, or stretching the truth really the quality or characteristic you want in a prosecuting attorney?  How much activism are you comfortable with? I digress…

She won the primary and ran unopposed in the general election to victory.

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How much activism are you comfortable with?  In this next video Mosby is speaking to an audience during the investigation into Freddie Gray’s death.  This video was taken two days before Prosecutor Mosby made her announcement to file charges, and one day prior to BPD delivering their internal investigative findings.

Again, listen closely (Video @8:25 to 11:50):

We will pursue justice for Freddie Gray by any and all means necessary“.

So a “Black Lives Matter” activist prosecutor, with a tendency to manipulate the truth of events toward her benefit, tells her audience she will pursue her interpretation of justice by any and all means necessary.

That’s a little disconcerting, no?

However, taken alone this is not direct evidence of her manipulating the evidence in this case.  So far this is only circumstantial evidence of a tendency toward that possibility. The advocacy shows her motivation; it shows her frame of reference; it shows something troubling and alarming, but it is circumstantial nonetheless.

So we build upon the foundation of concern with facts now known:

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Brick #1 – “The Cornerstone” – An activist husband who is the city councilmember in the district where Freddie Gray was shot.  An activist husband who told the police to back down so the looters could “have space to loot“.  Looters who Marilyn Mosby was in charge of prosecuting and whom she did not choose to prosecute.  ~Full Outline~

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Brick #2 – Into this storyline comes a man named Donta Allen, the identified “passenger in the transport vehicle” with Freddie Gray when the events took place.  Except all indications are that Donta Allen was never in the vehicle – and all of the information about his story is as foundationally accurate as Dorian Johnson and the Ferguson “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” meme.

Donta Allen was presented to a very specific media.  Presented by Mosby’s Deputy Prosecutor, Janice Bledsoe, who just happens to be the domestic partner of the reporter, Jayne Miller (WBAL-TV) who broke the story and introduced him.  How coincidental?

As part of Donta’s “story” he arrived after an uneventful ride in the van to central booking and was never processed.  (No records of him arriving on 04/12 exist).  As the story goes he arrived only to be directed to a homicide detective for questioning about Freddie Gray.

Allen said that once they got to the Western District, officers started to write out a citation for him but didn’t even present it to him and instead took him down to the homicide unit (link)

Except why would he be questioned by homicide when Freddie Gray didn’t die until a week later?  – All the angles discussed HERE

Brick #3 – “Surprise” – As the investigation by the Baltimore Police Department was ongoing, a concurrent investigation was begun by Mosby’s hand-picked team.

Then, last week, as the investigation was continuing:

[…] The task force was planning to go full-bore straight through the weekend, feeding supplemental reports to Mosby’s office, and the investigation was to remain active indefinitely, according to Brandford.

“Important that the state’s attorney continue to get things as we collect them,” Brandford told his tired members Friday morning.

Then his cellphone rang. He stepped into the hall and didn’t return.  Minutes later, task force members found out why: Mosby was holding a news conference on the steps of the nearby Baltimore War Memorial. From a flat-screen television in Green’s office, they watched a live broadcast.

They stood motionless as Mosby began speaking. A lieutenant wearing a suit and bow tie rested his left hand on a leather chair; Green stood in uniform against the wall, hands behind his back. As Mosby read off the charges — including second-degree depraved-heart murder, the most serious, against Goodson — stunned looks crossed their faces.

They had not expected the state’s attorney’s office to act so soon. (link)

Mosby’s own investigative unit was not expecting her to file any charges until they had finished their investigation.  Charges filed before the completion of her own investigation? Then again, “By any means Necessary”, right?

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Brick #4 – “The Charging Officer” – The investigation by Mosby’s office was happening concurrently with the internal investigation within the Baltimore Police Department.

Who was conducting this investigation?  Deputy Prosecutor Janice Bledsoe with help from the Baltimore City Sheriff’s office.

Yes, Baltimore Maryland has a “City Sheriffs office”  and a “City Police Department” in addition to, and completely separate from, the County Sherriff’s Office.

The Baltimore City Sheriff’s Office is made up almost exclusively of retired Baltimore Police Department officers.  (Sounds like a double dipping retirement benefit plan at work).  The Baltimore City Sheriff’s office is also primarily constructed with single-race officers, comprised almost exclusively of black officers and leadership.

In fact you’d have to look really hard to find the ONE non-black person within the investigative agency, selected specifically by Mosby, which was aiding her office.

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….And who do you think Mosby would direct to sign the charging statements against the Baltimore Six police officers?

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It would almost appear that Major Cogen may have been given the signatory task because of the color of his skin or something.  By any means necessary and stuff, or just another “coincidence”?  Then again, MSM journalists would certainly highlight these “coincidences” no? …..I digress.

Brick #5 – “Direct Action” – The way Mosby charged the Baltimore Six was through a prosecutorial discretion principle known as a direct action filing of probable cause.

Meaning no-one sees the reasoning within a “Probable Cause Affidavit”, because an affidavit of probable cause (PCA) does not yet exist.

Mosby has 30 days to take her evidence to a Grand Jury and produce an affidavit of Probable Cause approved by the Grand Jury.  Or, she can skip the risks of the Grand Jury not approving the charges and proceed with her own PCA to a judge.  However, she must present her own construction of a PCA to a judge – as evidence to substantiate the charges she has filed against the accused.  The judge will then decide if there is enough evidence to support the charges.

By using a Direct Action filing of charges Mosby herself has determined what charges are filed.

This approach also keeps other eyes away from the evidence she is using to formulate her opinion – until she is required by statute to show it.  In the interim she can present to the media any set of talking points she chooses to advocate her position.

Everyone has to take her word for it.  There is absolutely no transparency.

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…”we will deliver justice for Freddie Gray by any and all means necessary.”

Summary:  A “Black Lives Matter” activist runs for office using a false and misleading story about the death of her cousin.   She campaigns while admonishing the prosecutor in  Ferguson (Mike Brown shooting) for allowing a Grand Jury to determine whether filing charges was appropriate against Officer Wilson.

Once elected she shakes up her office replacing the former prosecutorial staff with sycophants and like-minded activists.  She then takes a highly charged event and pours fuel on the fire by politicizing the investigation.  She continues by leaking specific information to the media through her staff that is substantively false regarding witnesses; and lastly, doesn’t wait for her racially selected investigators to complete their tasks before unilaterally charging six officers with crimes – evidence unknown.

Activist agenda?

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You decide.

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174 Responses to Marilyn Mosby -VS- The Baltimore Six – The Lies, The Agenda, The Case For Recusal…

  1. Anubis says:

    One of the important things to get out there is that the mayor vetoed a plan for cops to have body cams back in NOV, that might have solved the entire problem.
    http://conservative-headlines.com/2015/05/oops-baltimore-mayor-vetoed-police-body-cameras-last-november/
    “Turns out the Baltimore City Council passed a bill for all Baltimore cops to wear body cameras last November. In fact, the bill passed 12-1. The bill had widespread support among the public. The corrupt and incompetence mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, vetoed the bill.”

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    • She’s very slick. Jarrett level. Cameras make thugs into liars. Can’t be havin’ none o’ that, now.

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      • janc1955 says:

        Agree.

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      • Vivid Blue says:

        No, because often the cameras are in the cops favor and protect them from malicious lies. Sometimes the cameras have shown police using excessive force, but more often the not, the cameras are beneficial to police.

        Look at what happened today, we had a FNC reporter saying he saw police shoot a black man, other witnesses collaborated it but it wasn’t true. Not only did the police not shoot anyone, but no one was shot at period. Body cameras are as needed by today’s LEO as much as bullet proof vests.

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        • Vivid Blue says:

          I should clarify, my no is response to Tyranno’s last sentence about how the BGI politicians “can’t be hain’ none o’ that, now”. As in, no they can’t be having none of that (cameras) because it ruins their narratives.

          I agree with Tyranno, I just may have sloppily expressed it. 🙂

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          • No prob, blue! My barely coherent rhetorical self-negations and ALL-CAPS CANKLES MODE (I AM HARPY! HEAR ME SCREECH!) can be rather difficult to respond to without a bit of restatement or risk! 😉

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        • inspectorudy says:

          I did not like what I saw on FNC today and especially the black female who lied from start to finish. The Fox reporter DID NOT SAY HE SAW A COP SHOOT THE MAN IN THE BACK! He said he was in the FNC van and heard one shot and when he looked up he saw the black man lying in the street. It was so unprofessional of shepherd smith and his douchebag buddy Leland Vittert that I hope he gets fired over it but the reporter, Mike Tobin, did not lie about it.

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          • Vivid Blue says:

            Ummm I never said Tobin said he saw a cop shoot a man in the back. I said, “FNC reporter saying he saw police shoot a black man.” I think you misread my post. 🙂

            Tobin did say, ” We saw … ” then describes the ‘shooting. He didn’t mention looking up in his report to FNC. See from 5 seconds in, to 30 seconds in.

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            • GrimmTale says:

              If there are any conservatives out there who continue to believe FOX News is NOT run by the liberal media and its funding…this should clear that up for you. For ANY news agency and/or reporter to provide “speculation” as “FACT” should be regarded as a NON news agency, but more a media spin/frenzy agency. Fox News is a sinking ship for the conservative base, who are running from them in droves.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Recusal? Nahhh. She should be fired and arrested, convicted, and jailed.

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        • punkinseed says:

          Ya. Just like the BGI wanted McCullough in Ferguson to be punished somehow if he didn’t recuse himself. What gets me is if you compare McCullough’s family LE background along with him being a child when his dad was killed as the BGI screaming he’s too biased, with Mosby, and her five generations and parents as cops and other family members in LE and her cousin gunned down, but nobody in the BGI is saying THAT, or that she’s biased. Hipacrits. (sp)

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      • Tired of it all says:

        I don’t know that she’s slick. She’s being directed by the BGI people in the Democratic party (many chosenites) who aren’t going to get Baltimore wrong the way they got Ferguson wrong. “She campaigns while admonishing the prosecutor in Ferguson (Mike Brown shooting) for allowing a Grand Jury to determine whether filing charges was appropriate against Officer Wilson.”

        They made that mistake once. They won’t do it again. Destroying the rule of law has been the agenda of certain parties back to when the ink was still wet on the Constitution.

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    • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

      Who was the councilman who voted against?

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  2. Betsy Ross says:

    The sheer idiocy writ large by the black community is epic.

    Thugs with rap-sheets are their ‘heroes’ simply because they were killed by cops (white cops being the worst crime-factoid).

    Meanwhile, all of their ‘he was a good boy’ yoots dealing drugs, stealing, shoplifting, and shooting each other up at baby showers and other ‘hood’ gatherings are just ‘business as usual’.

    Now this part white looking dingle-berry ‘Marilyn Mosby’ (no ghetto name, aptly noted) is rushing to judgement to quell her feral peeps.

    If blacks don’t want to live by the law of the land in the USA, perhaps it is time they high tail it to West Africa where African savagery is the law of the land (beheading by hatchet, gruesome ‘necklacing’ and cannibalism).

    What black people don’t seem to fathom is that when ‘profiling’ works it actually saves their bleeping lives.

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  3. justfactsplz says:

    Unlike George’s case, this one truly needs a special prosecutor and a change of venue. Without these changes these six officers aren’t going to get a fair trial. I don’t think the new governor wants to appoint a special prosecutor after watching his speech emerging from church on Sunday.

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  4. rumpole2 says:

    Glimmer of hope.. A sensible judge. Any chance of that?

    WHO decides which Judge gets to preside over preliminary hearing? Who decides on which Judge gets the case proper? Will there be one trial or 6 separate trials?

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    • Who gets to pick the jury? (Tinfoil hat on)

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Fergit a jury in that swamp. Bench trial and appeals.

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        • Nation says:

          Mosby wants a bench trial. It lowers her burden of proof as she only has to convince one person, not twelve. To make matters worse, the judge could be a BGI hack too. Not good.

          Appeals are not a good strategy either. Appeals courts defer to the factual findings of the trial judge, and often the burden is on the defendant to show prejudice. Moreover, the officers will have to languish in prison while the appeals process plays out. If the officers win the appeal, they will likely only get a new trial.

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        • rumpole2 says:

          Back to my original concern… it depends on WHICH Judge. I would opt for an impartial and intelligent Judge over any selection of 12 Safari Park Stock, but I have not been impressed with Judges in recent trials.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      No, not a chance.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      Cases are supposed to be randomly assigned by a computer or sometimes assigned by the presiding judge (or in the rare case by the state Supreme Court like we saw in SC).

      Sometimes judges are temporarily assigned to a criminal docket that only handles arraignments, preliminary hearings, etc. In that circumstance whomever the judge currently assigned to that court would get the case.

      It really just depends on the county (or city) and state.

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    • Mariclaire says:

      Most of them are probably black. Obama & BGI are in control. Until another POTUS? I honestly do not see any improvement unfortunately

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  5. auscitizenmom says:

    I am going to refrain from posting what I think of this woman and her cohorts in crime. I like it here and I don’t want to be banned for life. 😦

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Allow me. They are below the level of Cow Manure. At least Cow Manure has a useful purpose. In your garden.

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    • second your comment…

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    • janc1955 says:

      I feel ya. I’m not even sure I can put into words what I sense when I look at that angry, defiant, arrogant face.

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      • kathyca says:

        When I see people like her these days, all I wish is that I could run into her in person some time. For better or worse, though, I don’t live in a cesspool or socialize with the morally bankrupt. So likely will never have the opportunity.

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    • Blonde in Red says:

      auscitizenmom, I’m in ‘monitored camp’ and that’s okay by me. I crossed a line with my one comment about that one black lady a while back and I deserved it and I’m better for it because it gave me pause to re-think what I post before hitting ‘post’.

      We all have to realize that the wonderful people here have an awesome task at hand when dealing with us interlopers because all it takes is one crazy comment to spoil a comment section or ruin the integrity and decency of this website and this website is watched by a LOT of people and therefore, they definitely have the right to be vigilant.

      The anti-Orwell sentiment is strong here, but, caution and care is definitely needed so as not to besmirch the content, decency and truth brought forth from this wonderful place.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Oh, please believe me, my statement was not to criticize the mods here, just to emphasize how disgusting and vile I think that woman is. So vile I can’t post it. I appreciate that the CTH doesn’t allow this to turn into what so many blogs are.

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      • Susee says:

        “In the future, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act.” George Orwell
        Maybe the mods here should come back to the future.

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        • flaladybug says:

          Or….maybe we should all remember that being welcomed into someone else’s home and then peeing on their rug would be rude. 😉

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Believe me, I am not trying to be snarky, but if you’re feeling muffled here, try going to a site that will let you say what you want. There are some that totally degenerate into total mudholes and I won’t read there. I appreciate that I don’t have to put up with the kind of language you see in some places. I don’t mind a little, but they can get really carried away with totally disgusting foul language and personal remarks. The mods here work very hard to keep that sort of stuff out.

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          • jello333 says:

            I’ve posted on tons of sites over the years, and this is the BEST in that regard (well in many regards, actually 😉 ). Sundance and his merry band here are brilliant at achieving just the right balance with re. to comment moderation. I NEVER feel I have to bite my tongue, but I also never fear we’re gonna devolve into an all-out scream fest.

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            • Dixie says:

              Jello, sometimes emotions run so high or rage takes over and it is extremely difficult to express one’s thoughts without throwing in an expressive curse word or two to get the message across. I never feel like I can’t say what I want to say, but I keep reminding myself it needs to be an addition to the conversation, not a distraction. For that reason I choose not to say anything in anger to avoid becoming that distraction.

              We all appreciate the mods for the job they do and I would say nothing that would diminish their work. Unlike some of you, I do not visit other sites, nor comment anywhere but here. CTH is without a doubt the best in the business and the information to be gleaned from this website is beyond compare. This is where I get news and information which is always dependable and the unabridged truth and more factual information than any of the other news outlets or websites.

              I would not like for anybody to do anything to detract from this valuable “rag tag bunch of conservative misfits”.

              Just in case you or anybody else misunderstood……

              H/T Sundance and Moderators

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              • jello333 says:

                Oh no, no, no. I’m not even sure what you may have said that you’re thinking I may have “misunderstood”. 😉 NOPE. I was just replying to auscitizenmom, who in turn was replying to one of the trolls (for want of a better word) who were here earlier today. So actually my comment was more aimed at the “trolls” than anything else.

                ADD: Oh… before I posted this I ran back through and checked, and now I think I see what you’re referring to. When you told Susee that you were trying to watch what you said, not sure you could “express yourself with decorum”. So no… I thought that was funny. It’s like saying “You really DON’T want to know what I think of you.” I didn’t take that in the least as you worrying you’d be censored or anything… although of course that’s the way Susee chose to interpret it. 😉

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        • doodahdaze says:

          Because it is 2015 in Merica. Certain things offend sensitive imbecile’s. Facts and truth must be avoided in 2015 Merica if they do not line up with the political correct format. Orwell had it right. Viva CTH!

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    • manickernel says:

      Hey. I like her. She is good for at least another 2 point advantage come 2016. Remember, independents make elections.

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  6. Father Paul Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  7. doodahdaze says:

    Repeal and do not replace the entire Civil Rights Act.
    Repeal and do not replace the Voting Rights Act.
    That might help turn around and head back down the right road.

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  8. True Colors says:

    Mosby is extremely anti-police. The local savages adore her for it.

    Mosby has a built in hedge, though. She claims that she comes from “5 generations of police officers.”

    5…… hmmmm……. 5? Really? She mentioned her mom, dad, aunts, uncles, and grandfather.

    That sounds more like 2 generations. Maybe 3.

    TC

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      OOh…can someone check on that?

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      • True Colors says:

        Mosby mentioned her parents, aunts, uncles and a grandfather. That is 2 generations.

        She can get to 3 if someone in her family her own age is a cop — such as a sibling or cousin.

        Even if she can pull that, it looks like she is still 2 short to get to 5. She would need to add her grandfather’s father and also her grandfather’s grandfather as well. .

        Not buying it. 2 generations seems very likely for her. Possibly 3 generations. Possibly.

        Perhaps she does not know the definition of the word “generation.”

        TC

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      What’s the problem, we have already decided she is a liar, right? So this is just another lie. 🙄

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The EBT Food benefits should be changed. To mirror the Moochie Obama School Lunches. Moochie Stamps. Healthy Meals Ready to Eat.

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      • It used to be that way – only certain items could be bought. But we can’t have that! It’s not fair to not allow those dependent on the working class of America not to have access to Cheetos and Pepsi, you know? Now, in many places, they can use their benefits to get ready-made foods, fast foods and even clothing. Nothing like getting the biggest bang for their welfare dollar. It’s that “I want it and I want it now and damn the consequences” mindset that keeps them down and dependent to begin with and the viscous circle continues…

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        • TKim says:

          Commodities. Kept you alive, were nutritious, but you had to cook. Best part is that unlike the EBT card they would be far less likely to be exchanged for cash.

          The past few decades have seen all programs for the poor designed in such a way that there is no stigma to be poor. I don’t think there should be shame in poverty (I spent decades there myself) but perhaps a bit of discomfort might convince so e poor adults to lift a finger. Besides the middle one.

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      • JohnP says:

        Dooda! You may have hit on the perfect solution. Let Michelle at the EBT and SNAP restrictions. No more junk food, everything healthy, and if you don’t like it, Get a Job!.

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  9. This case will be a Condemnation much like the “Mike” Nifong Case; With the SLEASE of the Johnny Reid “John” Edwards case. Do I hear any AYES?? 😉

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  10. doodahdaze says:

    Nothing any black says on tv should be paid attention to. Blacks no longer are worthy of having a conversation with. They are gone. I have no use for them anymore and do not want to hear their point of view. JMO.

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      I very much appreciate all the conservative blacks who are outspoken and fighting an uphill battle. Check out this “product of rape” a black man, Ryan Bomberger who started the Radiance Foundation to genuinely promote #AllLivesMatter. He is being sued by the NAACP for calling them the National Association for the Abortion of Colored People. The NAACP is suing him personally and his organization.

      He continues to promote Dr. Martin Luther King’s real agenda. Their mission:

      “Over the years Radiance has garnered massive media coverage from CNN, USA Today, Yahoo! News, MSNBC, NY Times, LA Times, JET, NPR, BET, ABC World News, Charisma, ChristianPost, the AP, Fox News, and many many more. From the bold initiative, TooManyAborted.com (which exposes the eugenic and racist past of Planned Parenthood), to powerful live speaking engagements (The Beauty of Possibility, Designed to Create, Miss Direction, Endangered Species, and others) to compassionate outreaches like Sally’s Lambs (celebrating adoption while cherishing birthmoms), we have been blessed to reach millions across the United States and abroad.

      “Truth is immutable. Truth is transformational. At The Radiance Foundation, we illuminate the irreplaceable worth each of us possess, educate diverse audiences about a myriad of social issues, and motivate people to move from unawareness to positive action.

      “We are passionate about playing a role in moments of human triumph.”

      http://www.theradiancefoundation.org

      Check out his bio:

      http://www.theradiancefoundation.org/ryan/

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    • goodoldboy66 says:

      Grifters most. Not all of course.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        I am done with all of them and will pay no attention to any of them. They had their chance. Now they must listen to the rational class. I am done. Not interested.

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        • spottedpony says:

          I agree. I’m disgusted that most blacks are just sitting back and letting these lies continue to circulate. Every black knows there is a Black Culture problem but now it’s become everyone’s problem. We’ve been lied to for a long time about how we’re all the same but this lie has reached a boiling point.

          Time to stand up for your own kind. White and Proud!

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        • GoneGalting says:

          I can’t even talk to whites about how I feel about blacks. I’m more than done too. Almost all of my friends feel the same way. And I’m black. There is just a moral divide there that can’t be bridged with blacks. The “Victory Rally, rationalising the looting, hypocrisy on Obama and racism has likely taken years off my life. My gf and I watch Melissa Harris Perry every weekend only to end up angry.

          I’ve been buying handguns and rifles. Not out fear of whites, but for just the behavior we saw in Baltimore. I have friends driving Range Rovers, living in downtown apartments and high paying govt related jobs. Yet, the anger and racism claims are still there. Yet, none want to leave.

          I’ve spent the last 15 years as a software dev and landlord/owner. I’ve rented to black women like Mrs Mosby. As I mentioned in another post, I went to undergrad with her and her husband. The blacks dependent on the govt for a career are just as angry at whites as the downtrodden.

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    • JanineC says:

      You are a bigoted fool then. You are judging millions of people on the actions of a relative few (fueled by leftist media propaganda). Grow up and get an education, please!

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    • manickernel says:

      There are plenty of blacks out there that stand for responsibility and decency and conservative values. They understand the issues in their culture and work to change them at ground level.

      They get labeled as race traitors when they speak out though. The bravest people in this country right now are those blacks that do speak out publicly against the crap we are seeing in Baltimore right now.

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  11. fred says:

    This article should clinch any doubting opinions that this woman went way off the rails and no trial should ever be held in that town and with her in charge of the prosecution. That may just be her plan to divert the acquittal to someone else so when all hell breaks loose she skates. Somebody is guiding her she’s not smart enough on her own. She came out incendiary on purpose for the coming riots where they must nationalize the police as no justice is possible any other way.

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  12. goodoldboy66 says:

    SD, Brick3 – Boston self inserted itself…

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  13. The open letter by Cristie Cole (last link) was particularly enlightening. Wow, just wow.

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  14. Excellent summary. Hope this lying BGI implant gets nifonged.

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  15. bob e says:

    great job on this summation sundance ..

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  16. doodahdaze says:

    And now in honor of Baltimore. It has happened before.

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  17. msmithj567 says:

    Reblogged this on Mohit – The caretaker.

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  18. doodahdaze says:

    And now, In honor of the Obama Administration and the American Newz Media.

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  19. 1hear2learn says:

    Looking at live shot on FNC, trash all over the streets… folks just hanging out in that high traffic (library and hair salon – not drugs, they’re all over Baltimore) area.

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  20. True Colors says:

    Also, a few other tidbits to add to the equation

    Mosby said that she “heard the calls” of the protestors, and that was part of the reason to charge the police officers with crimes. (She should have said the exact opposite.)

    Mosby said that she was going to get justice for the crowd and other people who have suffered at the hands of police. Really? Justice for them by charging police with harming Freddie Gray? That’s interesting.

    Mosby declared in her speech that the arrest of Freddie Gray was illegal. Really? It is already decided that the police are guilty of a crime without going to trial?

    Mosby said that she is going to get justice for Freddie Gray. Not “justice.” But “justice for Freddie Gray.” Again, this implies that the officers are already guilty of committing crimes. They haven’t even set foot in court yet.

    Mosby has taken money in the past from the Freddie Gray family lawyer and he was part of her transition team.

    Mosby said that the young people in Baltimore are not thugs. “They are children who need our help,” she says. Hmmm….. murderers, heroin dealers, rapists…… they are not thugs?

    Back when Mosby was running for office she was okay using the word “thug.” Read about that here:
    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/may/01/marilyn-mosby-baltimore-states-attorney-freddie-gray

    Rant over 🙂

    TC

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    • TKim says:

      Mrs Mosby, please explain how your stance–“listening to” an angry mob– is any different from a pre civil rights era white sheriff telling a crowd that although his men hadn’t found the N’s that robbed that store, he did pick up one for loitering, found him guilty and was ready to publicly hang him, “so you all can find some justice in that”?

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    • Phooey says:

      I’m sick of hearing about “justice” from the No Justin No Pete crowd. The bloodthirsty masses out in the streets don’t know what justice is, and nefarious people like Mosby abhor justice and seek to usurp and topple the system.

      Here’s some justice: Justice for Freddie Gray would have been a multi-decade prison term after his 3rd or 10th or 15th arress for polluting the community with drugs.

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  21. 1hear2learn says:

    I think Sundance nailed it here again, and days ago! Mosby doesn’t care what happens from here – she’s in a win win situation; cops are either railroaded and found guilty of something, or judge takes heat for allowing change of venue and cops walk and system is rigged because trial was moved and non angry Baltimore jury acquits them. Either way she’s the hero that brought the charges.

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    • Dixie says:

      I hate to admit it but I listened to Greta tonight on Fox. She was saying if they ask for a change of venue and Mosby objects, that will cinch the fact that she has an agenda and it will be obvious to everybody.

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    • fred says:

      Your right she wins. Some one very smart figured this out for hee. Excellent tactics unless something new comes out about her or hubby or deputy or her girlfriend. That is quite the rats nest over there but the big power brokers are in the background if she slips. She’s right it’s their moment but not the peoples…the politicians and radicals are playing for keeps. This is the big one that could determine the future of the police in this country. This is way to sophisticated for the GOP and guys like Boehner to understand. A good play would be if the black driver is the only one who goes down. That would send shutters thru their spines down on the street. All acquitted except the black guy.I can’t get that video of the people on the street today reacting to what they thought was a shooting out of my mind. FOX never mentioned it again………

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  22. doodahdaze says:

    The fact that she is the elected State Attorney and her counterpart an elected mayor, of on of Americas formerly great cities is an Omen. We are pretty much done for IMO. Lookit the POTUS and everything else. Stick us with a fork. The last few voices of reason will be tamped down and then…….

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  23. Vivid Blue says:

    Mosby’s investigation team… you mean the team that charged the wrong people http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/crime/blog/bal-freddie-gray-arrest-documents-drawn-up-for-wrong-people-20150504-story.html
    What a crack team, ace investing skills there.

    Think I got that link from another thread here, but I can’t find it. But kudos to the person that found it.

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    • Vivid Blue says:

      Maybe Sundance might add that link as it shows why this was a rush to judgement without facts. How else could they name the wrong people on documents. smh

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    • 1hear2learn says:

      They talked about this on Hannity tonight… Just unbelievable!!!!

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    • oldiadguy says:

      Remember, this same /s/ talented, highly skilled /s/ investigative team that found the “probable cause” to charge the officers.

      On a side note, this blunder shows the Prosecutor and the Sheriff’s Office were definitely trying to keep the BPD in the dark about charging the officers. By placing the personal information of the wrong people with the same name, indicates the “investigators” used Maryland’s Department of Revenue files to obtain the personal information of the officers they were going to charge.

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  24. maggiemoowho says:

    The 3 black officers who were charged, will have the charges dropped somehow, there is no way she will allow those 3 to go to trial. They will become hero’s in the black community, I’m just waiting for it.

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    • spottedpony says:

      The blacks guys are actually very ‘white’ so no, I don’t think so. The woman may be set free but the men will all go to trial and found not guilty. In general blacks consider all cops ‘pigs.’

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        OMG are you a bigot???

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        • Eskyman says:

          Well, I now know for sure that Iam.

          Was over at Bill Quick’s site Daily Pundit, & There It Was that he Denounced me! where I was revealed as… A Bigot!

          http://www.dailypundit.com/?p=101330#comments

          Now of course I have to don sackcloth and ashes, and give up all life’s pleasures, while I find some dark cavern in which to hide my shame, sob

          Well, no. Actually I’m feeling quite wonderful! And maybe I’m more of a Christian than I thought I was… have to ponder that one some. I am sorry that Bill’s getting so crotchety, though, and not in a nice way.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Don’t count on it – the Feds tried black officers in both the Danziger and Glover Katrina shootings. It has far less to do with race than it does the anti-police agenda. Throwing black officers under the bus their grandparents could ride on serves a number of political purposes: shows the lack of racial bias in the Fed’s case, shows the black community that Uncle Toms working for The Man against the oppressed (as many are thought of) will be dealt with, distracts from the fact that the main issue is using the courts to get Federal control over local police, distracts onlookers from digging into the (at best) questionable methods the Federal prosecutors use to railroad the defendants and so forth. Black NOPD officers cleared by the state courts were convicted by the Feds and black NOPD officers cleared by the state AND Fed courts were cleared but financially hamstrung. Black LEA are acceptable casualties in the progressive culture wars.

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  25. Angel Martin says:

    SD, this summary is just outstanding !

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  26. Angel Martin says:

    on a humorous note. given the insane overcharging in this case, the only thing comparable is the list of crimes attributed to “Tuco” in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    wanted in fourteen counties of this state, the condemned is found guilty of crimes of:

    murder,
    armed robbery of citizens, state banks and post offices;
    the theft of sacred objects,
    arson in a state prison,
    perjury,
    bigamy,
    deserting his wife and children,
    inciting prostitution,
    kidnapping,
    extortion,
    receiving stolen goods,
    selling stolen goods,
    passing counterfeit money
    and contrary to the laws of this state the condemned is guilty of using marked cards and loaded dice in games of chance…

    Marilyn Mosby, eat your heart out !

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  27. mazziflol says:

    Does this mean that technically, 2 of them were illegally detained because they were never really charged?

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    • Phae says:

      That is so inappropriate. SMH

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      • Vivid Blue says:

        It is likely a preview of Mosby’s independent investigator team’s skills. Which means poorly done, rushed and not much fact checking.

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    • pspsst says:

      The two wrongly named were names of the black LEs and the goal was to hide early on while attention was high that black officers were involved in Fred’s arrest. Mosby’s team is truly carrying out their ‘at any cost’ meme by endangering possibly white innocent people caught in their little game of perception is reality.

      I know truly kind people who are caught up believing these politicians and media’s lies. Barack Obama got to office on the desire of people to do what they thought was right and good. Useful idiots, yes, I know, and atrocious. But evil plays on the ego which plays on good intentions if one does not ask for guidance and truth.

      The biggest evil are the BGI who make money off the desperation of these lowly useful idiots, the rioters, the daily folk, turning them into their zombies.

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      • pspsst says:

        Sorry, Lt. Rice was white. Which is even more grievous because this means Mosby’s team didn’t check any data AT ALL before releasing names. If no check names, no check facts, definitely. Reports rife with the most basic of errors means Mosby’s team is sloppy with data and facts. Whoa, that is bad, for a prosecutor’s office. Did she get her law degree from a mail order catalog??

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    • canadacan says:

      Somebody was in a big f’ing rush to make six political arrests.
      NOTHING like a black woman with a ghetto attitude in a hurry to really make a fool of herself and mess things up.
      Affirmative action educated clown.Your tax dollars well spent in Baltimore

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  28. Vivid Blue says:

    This is also something the media should be asking, but won’t.
    From SD’s post at top-

    ” Allen said that once they got to the Western District, officers started to write out a citation for him but didn’t even present it to him and instead took him down to the homicide unit (link)

    Except why would he be questioned by homicide when Freddie Gray didn’t die until a week later?

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  29. barbi says:

    Carly Fiorina didn’t win any voters tonight. She appeared on Megyn Kelly’s program and said she was glad the 6 were arrested, that it looked pretty clear to her that the arrested man had seemed lifeless as he was dragged to the van.

    Whoops. Carly! The video shows Freddie stepping up just fine into the van.
    Carly, you had better get yourself better staff briefers.

    Geez.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      I had EXACTLY the same thought when I heard that.

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      • barbi says:

        A day AFTER announcing. I just shook my head and told my sister that within a minute of getting off that set, her twitter account must be blazing.

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        • famousprince says:

          She also found out on news about a guy just shot by cops in Baltimore, and they had no reason to shot that man. Ooops. Uh, uh. Turns out that didn’t happen.

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    • talkaftercarefulthought says:

      but obama will probably have to build a special room in his library to hold all the documents on how he profiled white and white-latino who were either doing their job or defending themselves. Could it be that she’s just jumping on the band wagon thinking …”oh this is how you do it”?
      PS I also anticipate a room for “could have been my child or me” family photos

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    • Bystander says:

      I am awaiting the forensic evidence, but in my line of work it is very common for an arrested person (male or female) to claim chest pain, shortness of breath, limb pain, dizziness, or loss of consciousness in order to be brought to the ER in hope of avoiding arrest. It is also not uncommon for an arrested person to present wailing and flailing, seizing and fainting or as we say in the medical profession “crappie flopping”. I can not say for sure when Freddy’s problem occured just watching the video. I have a feeling he was very good at portraying the injured. Nothing so far adds up. I have had at least three patients with broken necks walk in on their own. Thankfully we put them in collars straight away. I am just wondering if the events leading to his death can be traced back to ingesting a large amount of heroin trying to get rid of evidence of a drug deal.

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      • Jeannie says:

        I do not buy, for one second, that he broke a vertebra inside that van. That was her statement and the ME report stated his head hit a bolt on the back if the van that caused his fracture and then subsequently severed his spinal chord. I know what type of force is needed to break a vertebra. I believe it was an existing injury or perhaps Osteomyelitis. My son’s father is a Quad on a vent from osteomyelitis. He was an IV drug user as was Freddie. I’m sure the defense will get an independent autopsy. If it was existing, police are free and clear. You’re right about Freddie’ behavior while being arrested. A cop had spoken on Fox and stated that Freddie always acts as if he’s being hurt and screams in pain like that.

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  30. Dixie says:

    I was examining the picture of Marilyn Mosby at the top of the article again. Since I’m inclined to be visual, a lot can be interpreted from pictures. Her mouth is set, her nostrils are flared, her eyes are glaring and overall she just looks like a bull in a red blinding rage about to charge out of control. I think she is out of control. She won’t be able to maintain this attitude and stay healthy and out of trouble for long. She’ll probably buckle under the weight of her own clearly visible hatred.

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    • barbi says:

      Funny, I was looking at the same pic a while ago–and the fact she wears man-like “trousers.” She tries to look tough, I believe.

      Her high voice belies her visuals. (Her grammar is atrocious.)

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    • smiley says:

      Dixie, I have the very same impression.
      she is fueled by Attitude & Grudge.
      remember bobby seale & huey newton ?

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  31. bbb says:

    Could there be more to the agenda than just activism? Meaning, first and foremost to stop the rioting that was expected as there where protests (possible turning to riots) scheduled in major cities across the nation. It has been mentioned she is being coached by some one, maybe DOJ, CRS. Could this be part of something bigger? Did DOJ and/or Homeland Security want the possibility of nation wide rioting squelched? This may sound as if I have my tin foil hat on too tight, but just imagine major riots in major cities with national guard deployed in numerous cities and then a major terrorist attack(s) where to happen.(what better time for them to take advantage of the chaos) I mean if we here can see how outrageous these charges are and the many conflicts of interests, surely there are a lot smarter people behind the scenes that know this too. Why would they let here do what she has done and said. Could she just a pawn?

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    • Vivid Blue says:

      Many are starting to believe the end game is the creation of a national police force Al Sharpton said as much a few days ago. http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2015/05/03/baltimore-federal-drugs-evidence-fbi-column/26830873/

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    • sundance says:

      bbb, there is a LARGE degree of separation between the DOJ/CRS operations and their angles and Mosby.

      The CRS will work on an agenda through Mayor Rawlings but will not engage directly in talks with Mosby, too risky.

      The CRS reserves their statutorily permitted (secret) efforts within the judiciary for the Judge level and higher. The CRS doesn’t actually play chess, they talk into the earpiece of the Head Chess Player.

      The CRS will maneuver the Mayor and the Judge, and through them they will maneuver the other players – but they will not directly engage anyone else.

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      • True Colors says:

        CRS will make absolutely sure to leave no trace of direct contact between themselves and Mosby. That could open up multiple different cans of worms — some of which could expose them to future subpoenas — such as potential accusations of tampering. They will have no part of that.

        And why should they? If CRS wants to get any messages through to Mosby then they can easily do so through intermediaries. No paper trails.

        TC

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  32. famousprince says:

    Nothing like this kind of motivation I don’t think would have to come from CRS. I mean, it’s not 1965. Mosby, along with her husband, is her own authority, and she is certainly capable of her own motives.

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  33. jello333 says:

    Major Sam Token Cogen on the job… yesiree!

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    • oldiadguy says:

      I wonder how long he will remain with the Sheriff’s Department. He might be the ‘fall guy” in this train wreck. It’s his fault! The white dude screwed up everything.

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    • goodoldboy66 says:

      I can’t even imagine choosing to work in that environment. Maybe an old IA guy tripped him up and he is serving penance in order to preserve a pension. (Just teasing you oldiadguy)

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  34. TexasRanger says:

    Judging from Marilyn Mosby recent actions I suspect that she has over used harsh hair straightening chemicals on her head and this has severely affected her brain and mental capacity for reasoning.

    I fear that this young woman is in desperate need of immediate mental and physical medical help!

    Lord only knows what effects these harsh chemicals have had on her brain and body.

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  35. TexasRanger says:

    Does Anyone Know….

    Is Major Sam Cogen in an interracial marriage?

    How else could he possibly be among the Baltimore City Sheriff’s Office administrative staff?

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  36. CCG says:

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/gunshot-at-scene-of-protests-underscores-tension-in-baltimore/ar-BBjbrMC

    While Mosby said Friday that the officers had made an illegal arrest because a knife Gray was carrying was not a “switchblade,” a violation of state law, the police task force studied the knife and determined it was “spring-assisted,” which does violate a Baltimore code.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      THX.

      I cant wait to see this knife.. mind you we might have to start calling it a “DeeDee knife” I wonder which knife will show up as evidence.

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    • Excellent find, can’t believe they buried that in an article about that arrest. That lying lunatic has got to go.

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    • oldiadguy says:

      Was the knife (switchblade) charge issued under the Maryland statutes or the Baltimore code. It looks like the case was going to be held in the Baltimore District Court. If Mosby’s office is responsible for prosecuting the case, why was the case not refused if the knife (switchblade) did not violate the law or withdrawn when they discovered the error. I saw on an earlier thread, Gray’s case was abated by death.

      Questions, questions and more questions.

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  37. BertDilbert says:

    Fixed it…

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  38. moe ham head says:

    the mosbys
    thug couple of the year 2015

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  39. She can really work up some righteous indignation, can’t she? This is disgusting to watch unfold. I hope she is run out of office in disgrace over this.

    I love the way she lauds the police as “doing their jobs”, patrolling their neighborhoods to make the safe and then throws those same cops, patrolling one of the most dangerous neighborhoods around, under the bus for daring to apprehend a career criminal. Unreal.

    She speaks out of both sides of her mouth. This debacle should destroy her career. Unfortunately, she has learned how to succeed in politics early on. She lies with the best of them. We’ll probably be seeing Mrs. Mosby some time in the future on the national stage. Watch for it.

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    • oldiadguy says:

      “We’ll probably be seeing Mrs. Mosby some time in the future on the national stage.” Sadly, I fear you are correct.

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    • Well… by the nature of these charges, it quite evident the Attorney General would have conducted its own investigation and pursued Federal charges. Especially, the arresting Mr. Gray before even being charged with a crime. So, there is no need of being mad at Mrs. Mosby is only doing her job. That is the problem with you people, today, you cry when someone does their job and you cry when someone doesn’t do their job. You guys are a bunch of crying pussies. So, you may as well calm yourself down and relax. You’ll live longer and keep your blood pressure down.

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      • “Well… by the nature of these charges, it quite evident the Attorney General would have conducted its own investigation and pursued Federal charges.”

        The MAJORITY of people arrested on the street a la Mr. Gray are arrested before being “charged” with a crime. People are arrested for cause and then “charged” at arraignment.

        Ms. Mosby certainly is NOT just doing her job. She invented charges to appease the masses.

        And who is the “you people” you refer to? By the way, my BP is 110/68 – perfect. No worries there.

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        • I also intended to refer to your “Attorney General” remark: if the Attorney General decides to get involved to investigate a federal crime, they will do jus that regardless of what Ms. Mosby does or does not do. That being said, there is no basis for a federal investigation. The LE officer charged with murder is black himself, so there is no civil rights violation to this case. As to your argument that he was arrested before being charged (thus, I assume, violating his constitutional rights according to you), see above commentary.

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          • tx.. do you even know what a civil rights violation is? Civil Rights Violation includes False Arrest, Malicious Prosecution, Excessive Force, and Failure to Intervene. Why would you say, “The LE officer charged with murder is black himself, so there is no civil rights violation to this case?” I honestly don’t know why I am even arguing with you. Usually, the Attorney General will not intervene if the matter is handled on the State level. But… and it’s a very big but, should the state not have success with a criminal case, the Federal Government can step-in.

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            • I’m not “arguing” with you. I am a paralegal and have worked in criminal law for a long time. Yes, I know what a “civil rights” violation is, but I assumed you were talking about one such as the investigation that just took place in Ferguson based on your stance. We know, now, that despite what Ms. Mosby claimed, the knife was, in fact, illegal in the city of Baltimore, thus no false arrest. Further, the Federal Government has now “stepped in” and we have yet to know to what extent. As to the malicious prosecution, that may be the most serious result of this entire debacle. No one is saying that there should not be an investigation into how the guy ended up with a spinal injury. Charging these cops, one with depraved-heart murder, is WAY over the top. Charging them AT ALL, prior to a thorough investigation into what happened, is over the top. This was done for one reason and one reason only and it’s going to backfire in a huge way in the end.

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        • “Invented charges to appease the masses?” Just think… really think about what you are saying. Have you read the timeline? A person first makes eye contact with an officer, healthy enough to take-out running, but leaves in a coma and dies, but you believe there should be no explanation. tx.. you have yet to convince me that I or even you, for that matter, could do this and be treated the same. Someone leave us in the care of their loved ones and they die. With a fractured spine and a broken neck. We’d both be under the jail. And this is what the cry for equal justice is about. We know there are some good cops and some bad cops, but until ALL cops are good they are to be held accountable for their actions and inactions. No one is above the law.

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          • jello333 says:

            Simple question: If Freddie Gray had been WHITE, what chain of events would have transpired since the day of his arrest?

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          • Jeannie says:

            You do know that the cops witnessed a transaction between Gray and another guy right? That’s why Freddie ran. That is reason enough to give Chase. Then they found the illegal knife on him. Mosby said Gray’s injury occurred in the van. There were no officers in the van with him. So how then are the officers responsible for his death? It will come out that he had an existing neck injury. These charges were malicious and vengeful! That SA will go down for her Malicious Prosecution of these officers!

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  40. TeddyOn20th says:

    Her screeching, demagogue-like speaking voice makes me fear for society. I can’t believe no one would run against her.

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  41. mcfyre2012 says:

    A “city” sheriff’s office…made up of retired Baltimore cops. How much is that completely unnecessary agency costing tax payers?

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  42. JanineC says:

    Ya’ll seem to miss an important point here…half the cops who are being charged are black. And while Mosby did act hastily (most likely for political expediency), I do believe that Mr. Gray died under very suspicious circumstances and I have a strong feeling that these cops are not innocent by any means. This warrants further investigation and the office of the DA needs to slow down.

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    • Don’t worry about it, Janine. Soon, all information will come out. When it is revealed what happened between these cops and what happened to Mr. Grey, these fools will shut up and stop defending them. They’re just mad cause their precious cops got charged. They just mad there wasn’t anybody white serving as the Prosecutor to do their dirty work. If it as me, all 6 officers would have been charged with 1st degree murder. You makeeye contact with an individual and he’s running, but when you leave him, he’s in a coma… dead. The blanks have to be filled in. I think any jury would see that. I’ve known convictions for people who are in the wrong place at the wrong time. Even if you are with someone and they go into a store, commit a robbery, and kill someone you best believe you’re going down too. Here in Arkansas, it is called Felony Murder.

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      • stella says:

        Apparently you are clairvoyant? Based upon earlier comments, it is apparent that you don’t know much about about anything. Anybody can have an opinion.

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  43. chick20112011 says:

    Baltimore Maryor’s Working Group on Police Body Camera (Draft, Feb 2015)
    ‘Deaths of African American’s in custody of Police across the Country including: Eric Garner, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell, Michael Brown (mentioned names)’ 42 page PDF

    Click to access 20150218BWCWorkingGroupRecommendations.pdf

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  44. Jeannie says:

    Wow! Thanks for all the work you’re doin! Watching and hearing Mosby, I knew she was out to appease the thug masses. I hope she gets charged with Malicious Prosecution, abuse of power, and loses her license for her unethical behavior. I can’t wait til the judge dismisses the charges! Oh and one more key piece missing, an independent autopsy must be done on Freddie. I do not buy that he broke a vertebra which severed his spinal chord by hitting his head on a bolt. It takes tremendous force to break a vertebra. There’s no way that type of force was created by him hitting his head. He had to have an existing injury of some sort. When that’s exposed, these poor cops can rest easy.

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  45. This is blowing up in her face faster than ANYONE could have hoped………..LMAO!

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  47. Fed Up says:

    There’s your PRIME example of a RACIST to the max.

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