Oh, how we’ve seen this entire story play out before. Donta Allen 2015, is Rachel Jeantel 2013 !! A prosecution witness that actually deconstructs the prosecution. Now we know why Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby wants to block public awareness of the evidence.
According to Megyn Kelly part of the “Brady evidence” turned over by prosecutors to the defense team in Baltimore includes video of van passenger Donta Allen giving his statement to “investigators”. Watch:
You might have heard Donta mention his attorney in the snippet with Don Lemon in the clip above. His attorney is Paul Gardner; and when you understand the relationship between Donta Allen, Paul Gardner and prosecutor Marilyn Mosby – you cannot help but see the parallels to Rachel Jeantel, Benjamin Crump and prosecutor Angela Corey in 2012.
Both teams, Crump/Corey in 2012/2013, and Gardner/Mosby in 2015, are presenting ridiculously fraudulent cases, assembled upon a foundation of lies, and supported by fraudulent witnesses. Here’s the backstory on Gardner/Mosby
BALTIMORE — A prisoner sharing a police transport van with Freddie Gray told investigators that he could hear Gray “banging against the walls” of the vehicle and believed that he “was intentionally trying to injure himself,” according to a police document obtained by The Washington Post. (link)
(HatTip maggiemoowho) Sanford Florida had Rachel Jeantel – a witness on behalf of Trayvon Martin. Baltimore Maryland has Donta Allen – a witness on behalf of Freddie Gray.
Donta Allen was introduced to the public, as a witness in the Freddie Gray death, by the domestic partner of Baltimore Deputy Attorney Janice Bledsoe, reporter Jayne Miller (WBAL-TV).
Quickly Donta Allen began appearing on national TV broadcasts. However, just like Dorian Johnson and Rachel Jeantel, Donta doesn’t appear alone. Donta is accompanied by his “attorney”/handler, Paul W Gardner II.
Paul W Gardner II Esq.
Although it doesn’t appear Mr. Gardner is actually supposed to be representing people in Maryland any longer.
2013 – Paul W. Gardner II, one of Baltimore’s leading entertainment lawyers, was disbarred Feb. 11  after the state’s court of appeals upheld a ruling that he had overbilled clients and misused money he had received as a retainer.
Gardner, whose clients have included Obama White House party crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi and “The Wire” actress Felicia “Snoop” Pearson, can’t practice law in Maryland until reinstated to the state bar by the Maryland Court of Appeals. He is managing partner of the Gardner Law Group.
Glenn Grossman, bar counsel for the State’s Attorney Grievance Commission, told the AFRO that reinstatement of the privilege to practice law is possible but only after a process that starts with a petition for reinstatement submitted to the court of appeals.
Grossman said 14 disbarred lawyers have been reinstated in the state in the last 10 years. The average interval between disbarment and reinstatement was “nine to 10 years,” he said.
To be reinstated, a disbarred lawyer must list debts and whether restitution, if necessary, has been paid.
The improprieties the court found Gardner guilty of included having paid his office manager for legal work, though the manager is not an attorney; improperly filing a nonimmigrant work visa application; and charging a woman $25,000 to negotiate a contract between the woman’s son and a rapper. The contract was never executed.
Gardner served as a law clerk for Judge Robert Bell and according to his law firm’s web site, he was a member of the Howard Law Review. (link)