Baltimore Prosecutors Hid Evidence Freddie Gray Tried To Injure Himself During Prior Arrests…

Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby previously stated she was going to pursue justice for Freddie Gray “by any and all means necessary“. Today, in a motion filed by the defense, the extent of Mosby’s activist intention is again reinforced.

In addition to hiding “Brady evidence“, there is a meeting between Mosby and the medical examiner (prior to the autopsy release – and undisclosed by Mosby) which indicates previous elements of her pressuring the ME to change the cause of death from “accidental” to “homicide”.

mosby you mad broBALTIMORE – Prosecutors have information indicating that Freddie Gray “attempted to injure himself” during a previous arrest, but have intentionally withheld it from their criminal case against the six Baltimore police officers charged in Gray’s apprehension and death in April, the officers’ attorneys said in a court filing Thursday.

“Based upon information and belief, the State’s Attorney’s Office was informed of this fact, yet failed to disclose to the Defendants any statements, reports, or other communications relating to this information,” they wrote.

[…] In their filing Thursday, the defense attorneys said prosecutors have withheld “multiple witness statements from individuals who stated that Mr. Gray was banging and shaking the van at various points” after his arrest April 12, as well as “police reports, court records, and witness statements indicating that on prior occasions, Mr. Gray had fled from police and attempted to discard drugs.”

A spokeswoman for State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby declined to comment. But in a court filing, prosecutors have said they gave defense attorneys all the evidence to which they are entitled last month as part of the discovery process.

The defense attorneys also said that Mosby failed to disclose her office’s participation in a “private meeting” with Assistant Medical Examiner Carol Allan before receiving Gray’s autopsy report, which ruled his death a homicide.

They also said Mosby was told by police that a knife found on Gray was spring-assisted — and thus illegal — before she brought charges against the officers.

In announcing the charges on May 1, Mosby said the knife was legal, and Gray should not have been arrested.

Marilyn Mosby 2The defense attorneys wrote that they have “been forced to spend hundreds of hours collectively investigating the State’s violations in order to understand the full breadth of the harm.”

“While the defense has now obtained some of this evidence through its own sources, the defense has no idea of what else the State has failed to disclose.”

They asked the Circuit Court to sanction prosecutors in Mosby’s office for the alleged omissions and remove them from the case, to exclude evidence that they say was improperly omitted from discovery, to force the release of a long list of withheld information that they say they found through their own investigation, and to compensate them for that investigative work.

[…]  Defense attorneys said in their motion that there are “multiple statements, reports, data and other evidence” — including evidence they say was produced by the police task force — that were not produced by prosecutors in discovery last month or during an “open-file” review of the evidence last Friday.

[…] They also said the prosecution has withheld witness statements, allegedly provided during the grand jury review of the case, that Gray was on his knees at the fifth and last stop in the van ride, and a police re-creation of the route the van took using advanced scanning technology.

They said the evidence could shine more light on when, where and how Gray was injured, potentially helping the defense of one or more of the officers, all of whom interacted with Gray in different ways at different points during his arrest.

Witness statements that Gray was kneeling at the fifth stop of the van, for instance, “would tend to prove that Mr. Gray’s spinal fracture had not yet occurred and therefore would tend to prove the innocence of some, if not all, of the officers involved,” they wrote.

The evidence — including what was said between prosecutors and Allan, the medical examiner — could also raise questions about the actions of Mosby and other prosecutors, they said, supporting an argument that they be removed from the case. (read more)

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71 Responses to Baltimore Prosecutors Hid Evidence Freddie Gray Tried To Injure Himself During Prior Arrests…

  1. dizzymissl says:

    She’s just an outright crook.

    Unbelievable.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. texasgypsy53 says:

    When a government official tries to take the freedom and life of another person,for political reasons, that government official should receive life in prision for this action. We cannot have the government out of control in situations like this. The stakes are too high for individual freedom and lives that could be devistated by the corruption of power.

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    • JeremyR says:

      Why keep them alive? Iran made that mistake with the Ayatollah Khomeini. True they exiled him, but alive scum still can rally supporters.
      They should also not have 4th amendment rights. Those are for the people, not the government.

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      • The Fighting Man says:

        I agree entirely–and I am a public SERVANT (on break for the next 10 minutes)….I have no 4th amendment rights to my workspace. I buy my own pens and paper and printer/ink so if I happen to take a pen home or use a pad to make a grocery list I am using MY own stuff and not the PEOPLES’ stuff. I work more than 40 hours a week for my employers. I like my employers. I do a great job for my employers. I am here for my employers, not the other way ’round. I wish all public servants remembered that half of our job title is SERVANT. Seems this trashy prosecutor thinks it is ACTIVIST. Sick.

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  3. bobby1122 says:

    I don’t know how many of you young people have ever heard the old mob – cop slogan: “” Don’t ever let them see you sweat in Baltimore”- I have a feeling the mayor and Mosby should look for better deodorant ; The HEAT is on, and the weak liars crack easily.!!

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  4. John Galt says:

    “While the defense has now obtained some of this evidence through its own sources”

    Mosby is trying to keep police information secret from police defendants. Not particularly bright. Hopefully this will end her career.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      No, she will resign and then get another job at a higher level somewhere else — because for BGI, “justice” (at any cost — even illegal costs) trump the rule of law.

      Liked by 7 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      “Mr. Gray was banging and shaking the van at various points”

      So. It was actually Mr. Grey that gave Officer Goodson the “rough ride” and not the other way around.

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    • art tart says:

      John Galt ~ Mosby should be removed immediately & I agree, hopefully this ends her career. Considering AA’s make up in Baltimore, I wouldn’t doubt she’d be re-elected to another office. She gave her people what they wanted, “their time was now” as she stated, she got them an arrest whether or not it could be proven in a Court of Law.

      It’s most egregious for Mosby to deny the Officer’s 6 a fair trial w/more & more evidence coming to light to exposing how corruption in her office. If the Judge doesn’t do something about this by having her replaced or sanctioning her immediately, it leaves the Defense Attorney’s no choice but to Appeal the Judge’s action to expose the Judge who allowed it to go on.

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      • The Fighting Man says:

        Oh, her consolation prize will be an AUSA appointment by Lynch. She’ll bounce from AUSA to USA and from there she’ll likely be appointed head of DOJ civil rights division. And….finally..appointed AG before she’s 45.

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  5. Millwright says:

    Seems the spider is becoming ensured in a web of her own spinning !

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    • Amity says:

      A wanna-be spider. Real spiders just clip their way free, repair the damage, and move on; Mosby just keeps getting wound deeper in the sticky stuff.

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  6. conservalicious says:

    After all is said and done I think Mosby will have a real hard time living in the community that believed she would be successful in bringing this phony lawsuit.

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    • lorac says:

      I don’t actually know where she lives, but the black race baiters seem to generally live in safe, predominately white, security-gate communities…

      (although, I realize you meant her community of supporters 🙂 )

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      • Mentalist says:

        The Mosbys live in an area called Reservoir Hill (borders Druid Hill Park Reservoir), which is not far from where the majority of the rioting occurred. The area started to go downhill after the 60’s riots, and has been plagued with vacant homes and drug activity. The neighborhood has undergone gentrification as a lot of people have bought and renovated homes there, and shops and boutiques have opened.

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        • fojap says:

          When I was looking for a place to live in Baltimore someone I talked to at a lecture recommended Reservoir Hill. I drove around there. I’ve always had a fantasy of restoring an old house and there are some fabulous old townhouses in that neighborhood. However, there were far too many abandoned houses. I asked some people who knew the city better than I did and basically they said it was still dangerous, too dangerous for a single woman living alone. That was only about five years ago.

          They may be trying to gentrify it. I wouldn’t go so far as to call it “gentrified.” Maybe I’m a snob, but I wouldn’t live there.

          Also, it’s almost entirely residential, so I don’t know what boutiques you have in mind. I feel awful being so argumentative. Perhaps you have Bolton Hill in mind. It’s on the other side of North Avenue from Reservoir Hill and has improved a lot. There’s a few blocks with shops there, too.

          I thought maybe things had changed dramatically in the past couple of years, but here’s an article from 2014: One of Baltimore’s Most Beautiful Neighborhoods is Dying.” I only wish what you were saying was true. I would have loved to restore one of those houses.

          In any case, the Mosbys do live there.

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    • David says:

      After all is said and done Mosby will have a fat idiot for a husband Mr Iran Contraband

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  7. skeptiktank says:

    It doesn’t matter what she does. No judge is going to have the guts to stop her. She knows, and the judge knows, the all powerful media has her back. She proved on the day she announced the charges, that she had no business in the justice system, but there came nothing but silence except from Fox. That was her cue to proceed as she so desired. The integrity of our justice system has been officially compromised. I’m sorry I lived to see this.

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    • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

      No a judge may support her but he is not going to do anything that make it easy for an appeals court to overturn him.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Art Deco says:

      No, Sunny Hostin does not constitute ‘all the powerful media’.

      Mosby may be an aspriant Angela Corey, but she’s got two problems. If performance to date is any guide, she’s a slipshod lawyer and the trial courts are not in her pocket.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Hostin is a glittering example of affirmative action in law school.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Art Deco says:

          No clue about that. She’s not in the Maryland bar directory anymore. She remains listed in the DC bar directory, but the date on her admission (8 March 1996) suggests she petitioned for admission consequent to her membership in the Maryland bar. That suggests she was admitted to the Maryland bar consequent to the July 1994, February 1995, or July 1995 examination. She managed to land a clerkship for an appellate judge in Maryland in 1994. I cannot imagine she’d not have been discharged had she kept failing the bar exam, but who knows.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Yep. By social justice.

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  8. taqiyyologist says:

    Well, practice makes perfect, I guess.

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  9. Sally's Special Services says:

    She should be FIRED! She should be in Gitmo with BHO, and Clinton!

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  10. Sally's Special Services says:

    Reblogged this on Sally's Political Page and commented:

    She should be FIRED! She should be in Gitmo with BHO, and Clinton!

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  11. Just Tea says:

    And I thought it was a State Prosecutor’s job to uphold the law not to muddle and twist it. She’s toast and so is her case.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. True Colors says:

    And now it comes to light that a member of Mosby’s was once the lawyer for Freddie Gray in a criminal case

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/30/politics/freddie-gray-baltimore-state-attorney-jan-bledsoe/

    TC

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    • David says:

      Yes but if they recuse everyone who has defended Freddie , they will have to go to Hagerstown to find a lawyer

      Liked by 2 people

    • Mentalist says:

      FYI, Janice Bledsoe is the source in the States Attorney’s Office that outed the other passenger in the van with Freddie Gray by supplying the information to her lover, Jayne Miller who is a reporter at WBAL-TV.

      BTW, ran into Bledsoe last week, and let me just say that Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner looks more like a woman than she does.

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  13. True Colors says:

    The Daily Caller just ran this story…… text messages have been obtained which prove that Mosby’s office was indeed judge shopping

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/07/30/text-messages-show-marilyn-mosbys-office-went-judge-shopping/

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  14. Allen says:

    No matter how Mosby fails to get the desired convictions, in the end, the “oppressed” will riot, vandalize and burn Baltimore again! There is a constant desire for Air Jordan’s, TV sets, boom boxes, and people are having withdrawal shakes from lack of a fix from the friendly neighborhood CVS.
    Mosby should be disbarred and the mayor fired!

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    • art tart says:

      Allen ~ I agree, all the criminals/oppressed/street pharmacist need is any excuse to rob & burn out the hard working business owners & employees that need their jobs. The “oppressed” could care less about those hard working individuals trying to support their families or hurting all the citizens of Baltimore by costing the city much needed tourism with some that may not now consider Baltimore.

      While I agree wholeheartedly that Rawlings-Blake should be fired/Mosby disbarred, think about it. With the AA support for Rawlings-Blake/Mosby, imo, a citizen petition in Baltimore for their “firings” couldn’t even get enough citizens to sign a petition calling for their firings, R.-Blake/Mosby have given the majority of Baltimore what they wanted. Space to riot/loot/burn & arrest of the Officer’s 6.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Councilman Mosby should also resign from office.

        Liked by 2 people

        • art tart says:

          georgiafl ~ No doubt about that, after all, he ask LE to back off on the arrest for those looting/burning/throwing rocks at LE. Councilman Mosby took up for the criminals in his district/once arrested/most of them were let go.

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    • Monroe says:

      Sadly, even if she wins there will be riots. This subset of humanity is never happy and will find a reason for their bad behavior.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Maquis says:

    These people want a race war “by any and all means necessary.”

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  16. boutis says:

    The question now is what hasn’t Marilyn Mosby done that is unethical and stupid. Keep digging Mosby.

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  17. Tristero says:

    In related news, the murder rate in Baltimore continues as a record pace:
    42 and counting for July

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/crime/blog/bs-md-ci-july-homicides-20150729-story.html

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  18. Roger says:

    Not sure who picks the pics – but this is the FIRST picture of Mosby I’ve seen without a total look of arrogance on her face. Sort of looks like a little fear creeping in………

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  19. Roger says:

    And this: I work near Baltimore. I have a friend, who knows a guy, and so on, who told me a while ago that Freddy’s “attempt to injure” himself, was actually a broken arm. I’m not saying this “happened” given the information stream, but it lines up with the statement above. Should’ve been pretty easy to track down, I think.

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  20. moe ham head says:

    the mosbys BET “couple of the year ” 2015

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  21. Sentenza says:

    Holy cow! This case just keeps looking worse and worse.

    Mosby seems like exactly the type of incompetent prosecutor that one could want. Is there anything that she has not done to jeopardize her case?

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  22. Jett Black says:

    Denying a defendant even marginally exculpatory evidence can have huge consequences, beyond just thrown-out convictions. Take a look at the story of John Thompson’s civil damages case against Harry Connick, the former DA of Orleans Parish. $14 million verdict, until overturned by SCOTUS. Today, before the present justuses, it would probably not be overturned.

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    • peachteachr says:

      The defense attorneys have asked for payment for the time it took them to find the information independently. That may well be granted as punishment for Mosby’s withholding of evidence.

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      • art tart says:

        peachteachr ~ I too hope the Defense Attorney’s are paid for the time they spent/aggravation to unearth information independently which should have been supplied by Mosby.

        “The time is now” for this Judge to slap this corrupt prosecution down or he will expose himself unable to be recognize a lie as a lie, corruption as corruption, stupidity as stupidity. He will be no better than she is imo.

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  23. flightattendentfailures says:

    Reblogged this on Police Lives (truly) Matter and commented:

    Surprised NOT surprised!
    SO manipulative and unethical. Disgusting!
    Mosby seems to have been cut from the same cloth as the
    arrogant SJW-bloggers who seethe with rage
    and hate for the police.

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  24. Pocho Basura says:

    ………affirmative action law degree

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    • Art Deco says:

      No, her admission to law school required mulligans, not her degree as far as we know. Still, her history with the bar exam is a reminder that a quarter of the lawyers practicing in the U.S. graduated in the bottom 25% of their law school class.

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      • Jett Black says:

        AD, was trying to look this up, but having no luck. Do you have a link with the info on Mosby’s bar exam and law school admissions results? For some reason, I’m thinking she needed multiple mulligans to pass the bar (which is not terribly uncommon, but also not a great sign of competence/inherent ability). I thought I also recalled there might be some question whether she ultimately took her bar exam or exams for law school admission herself or paid someone else to sit in her place. Where she ranked in her law school class is, on its face, less significant. That’s often a question of focus on practical, litigation skills vs. parroting and regurgitation of buzz words many professors demand.

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        • Art Deco says:

          No mulligans are available for the bar examination. She was admitted to the bar in December 2006, consequent to the July 2006 examination. She completed law school in May 2005 and was in short order hired as a clerk in the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s office. She either skipped two sittings of the examination, failed two sittings, or skipped one and failed another. The share of those admitted to the bar in Maryland who are so consequent to a repeat sitting at the July examination amount to about 5% of the total stream admitted.

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        • Art Deco says:

          I thought I also recalled there might be some question whether she ultimately took her bar exam or exams for law school admission herself or paid someone else to sit in her place

          I think someone’s imagination has got the better of you.

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  25. shipley130 says:

    Why is the prosecutor on the side of the drug dealer? Say good-bye to your law license.

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  26. Will says:

    I’ll bet her and “space to destroy” will come out of this bigger celebrities than they already are. Perhaps in the future, it will be revealed that this case (all of them actually) were micromanaged out of DOJ/White House, and that some prog fall-guy within will have to answer. A crazy theory, I know, but the good guys have been taking a shellacking for so long now, I can just picture it.

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  27. Jett Black says:

    They’ll be big stars for Brawndo (“It’s got what plants crave–it’s got electrolytes!” h/t “Idiocracy”).

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  28. pissedinTexas says:

    #TAKINGBLACKLIVESMATTER

    How can we encourage this trend? Every .50 ¢ bullet saves the tax payers hundreds of thousands of dollars over a lifetime.

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