[Marilyn Mosby’s] case against the two arresting officers rests upon an “illegal” arrest. She says the knife that Freddie Gray was carrying was legal. But the police task force examined it and said the officers were indeed correct, the knife was spring-assisted and therefore prohibited.
It’s Mosby who made the “illegal” arrest, and could be charged under her own theory of “false imprisonment.” And sued to boot, since she forfeited her immunity from civil action by doing the charging herself. (link)
We continue looking through the direct action filing, the probable cause to arrest determination, as outlined in Mosby’s own words – and comparing her words to the factual evidence she is seeking to hide. What we are finding is jaw dropping.
[…] “Despite stopping for the purpose of checking on Mr. Gray’s condition, at no point did [Officer Goodson] seek nor did he render any medical assistance for Mr. Gray.” (link)
This is a lie! An intentional lie we will prove below.
As previously outlined the claim of the knife not being legally justifiable for arrest has now been thoroughly deconstructed. So now we look forward to the claim that the officers attempted to render no appropriate aid to Freddie Gray.
As stunning as the manipulative presentation surrounding the knife was, the claim she made that no medical aid was attempted is brutally flawed, and bordering on criminally liable.
In doing this research we also discover even more evidence of unethical conduct in the relationship between Mosby’s Deputy Attorney, Janice Bledsoe and her domestic partner reporter Jayne Miller of (WBAL-TV).
*Note* This outline is a collaborative effort by a contributing source that did not directly give permission for a citation. In addition, this is our first attempt at using uploaded audio files to aid readers/researchers in understanding the facts of the events discussed. Because we are alone in the research, and because it is exhausting to dig through the clouds of false data provided by the MSM, we are trying to cite to you the “original data” so you can make up your own mind.
The attached audio file below is the Fire/EMS Services recording from radio calls the morning Freddie Gray was injured in Baltimore.
Start listening to above audio dispatch beginning 4 minutes, 20 seconds. 9:22AM
♦ EMS dispatched unit 15 at police request to 1600 W. North Ave. Unit 15 believes that they are responding to a male patient with a possible injured arm.
EMS has confused another earlier dispatch request that came in for a person with a broken arm on Mosby Street near Security Blvd (if you listen carefully you can hear the EMS dispatcher get these two separate calls mixed up).
♦ Even though unit 15 is sent, dispatch does not reply to the police about their request at 1600 W. North Ave. *NOTE* This is the exact time/place where the second person was loaded into the van with Mr. Gray.
It is also the only EMS call in the timeframe of the Freddie Gray transport from 1600 W. North Ave to the Western District HQ.
♦ The police do not get a reply from EMS dispatch. They make the decision to load passenger #2 along with Freddie Gray into the van and head for Western District HQ (instead of central processing).
Either by design or a bit of luck, Western District HQ is close to UMBC shock trauma center where Mr. Gray is eventually resuscitated (and sadly dies seven days later in surgery).
♦ An officer is left behind at 1600 W. North Ave. to notify EMS if/when they show up.
♦ At 8 minutes, 54 seconds. 9:26AM. EMS arrives at 1600 W. North Ave. (Unit 15) and reports to dispatch that police told EMS that they have taken the patient to Western District HQ.
♦ At 9 minutes, 23 seconds. 9:29AM. Unit 15 EMS is dispatched to Western District HQ to catch up with patient.
♦ At 10 minutes, 39 seconds. 9:31AM. Unit 15 EMS catches up with the van and both the van and EMS Unit 15 arrive at Western District HQ. EMS Unit 15 reports to dispatch that they are with the patient.
♦ At 19 minutes, 0 seconds. 9:39AM. Unit 3 EMS and Fire Engine 8 are dispatched to Western District HQ because patient has stopped breathing.
Those facts are clearly outline in the radio calls, and supported by video as well as BPD statements. However, that factual series of events is not what Mosby choose to outline in her explanation for charges. Instead a false presentation of information is fed to the media through her press conference – read here.
The Mosby version of events contradicts the facts but parallels a prior media report.
Janice Bledsoe (Mosby Deputy Attorney) left – Jayne Miller (WBAL-TV) right
A media report delivered by Jayne Miller (WBAL-TV) who you’ll remember is the domestic partner (girlfriend) of the lead investigator from Mosby’s office, Janice Bledsoe.
Jayne Miller from WBALTV sold this version:
[…] “The call for a paramedic for Gray came 40 minutes after he was loaded into a police van. The exact time of his injury remains unknown. The call was made at 9:26 a.m. by police after the van transporting Gray reached the Western District police station.
Gray was unresponsive at that point, but that is not the injury paramedics were expecting to find. According to new information obtained by the 11 News I-Team, the injury described in dispatching the call was for a broken arm, far less serious than a man unable to breathe.
The medic unit arrived at the Western District at 9:33 a.m., but without the fire engine and extra manpower usually dispatched with a more serious call.” (link)
The truth is the call to EMS by police was made before 9:23AM before the van even left to go to the Western District Police Station.
The police never got a response from EMS dispatch. The EMS dispatcher sent EMS Unit 15 to the 1600 W North Ave location in response to the police request at 9:23AM.
EMS dispatch failed to tell EMS Unit 15 the actual symptoms of the person needing assistance at 1600 W. North Ave. This was simply a mistake by the dispatcher.
After that, EMS Unit 15 catches up with the patient at Western District HQ.
Unit 15 calls into dispatch to let them know they are with the patient.
10 minutes after reporting that they were with the patient, EMS Unit 15 reports that he has stopped breathing and requests additional assistance.
EMS crash unit 2 is ordered to respond to assist. This unit is not available. EMS crash unit 3 responds instead with Fire Engine 8.
EMS crash units are for severe injuries and have personnel qualified to handle critical care patients. By the time they get there, Mr. Gray is in cardiac arrest. EMS Unit 3 takes Mr. Gray to UMBC shock trauma center. Mr. Gray dies 7 days later.
These are the facts.
However, WBAL-TV Jayne Miller’s version of events is in opposition to the facts, but they do align with the version found in the Mosby probable cause for arrest explanation.
If Jayne Miller was reporting on raw data she was interpreting, she would not be reporting false information – and her reporting would not align with the end result which was released by Marily Mosby.
What her reporting shows is that rather than actually use the data available, Jayne Miller used the narrative of the information she received from a source in the investigation. A version of events which would turn up in the claims of Mosby days later.
Who was the likely source of that false and misleading media narrative? It would be profoundly obtuse not to accept that version came from Jayne Miller’s roommate, the Deputy Attorney in Mosby’s office, Janice Bledsoe.