Stunning Revelations In Baltimore Six Case Outlines Marilyn Mosby Seeking Prosecution Despite Evidence…

In March of 2012 there was a clear inflection point within the judicial system when leftists, professional grievance activists, switched tactics from proclaiming the innocence of the transparently guilty, to advocating for the guilt of the transparently innocent.

The political case constructs against George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson were two high-profile examples that soon followed…. now this:

Criminal Charges Announced Against Baltimore Police Officers In Freddie Gray's DeathThis past weekend the Baltimore Sun outlined investigative evidence from a Baltimore detective, Dawnyell Taylor, that clearly shows the prosecution of the Baltimore Six police officers was yet another example.  Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby manufactured a political case intended to advocate for the guilt of the transparently innocent.

(Via Baltimore Sun) The lead Baltimore police detective in the Freddie Gray investigation said she reluctantly read to grand jurors a summary of evidence provided by prosecutors that she believed was misleading, according to police records reviewed by The Baltimore Sun.

Hours later, the grand jurors issued criminal indictments against six police officers in the arrest and death of Gray.

Detective Dawnyell Taylor said in a daily log of case notes on the investigation that a prosecutor handed her a four-page, typed narrative at the courthouse just before she appeared before the grand jury.

“As I read over the narrative it had several things that I found to be inconsistent with our investigation,” Taylor wrote, adding: “I thought the statements in the narrative were misquoted.”

But, she wrote, she was “conflicted” about challenging the state’s attorney on the narrative in the courtroom. “With great conflict I was sworn in and read the narrative provided,” she said in her notes.  (read more)

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Detective Dawnyell Taylor – above right

The mounting revelations are so astounding the Baltimore Sun is now calling for an investigation of the prosecutor’s office – SEE HERE

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139 Responses to Stunning Revelations In Baltimore Six Case Outlines Marilyn Mosby Seeking Prosecution Despite Evidence…

  1. sarrask says:

    Interesting article that shows how bad things can be, even when the prosecutors are “honest”.

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    • Sentient says:

      Hopefully Mosby will soon be a defendant and be treated harshly.

      Liked by 29 people

      • Mosby needs to be treated like she has treated those officers.

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        • The Boss says:

          Mosby will get a rough ride…in the courtroom.

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          • Suzy Kiprien says:

            She has to be held accountable, no question about this. A total loss of face.
            May she have 1,001 sleepless nights.

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            • Matt Musson says:

              There is good question to believe that the indictment involved falsehoods rising to the level of perjury. If that is true – the prosecuting team will lose the shield of sovereign immunity. They can be held personally liable.

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        • otherwise these officials will continue to demonize police and us peasants.

          there must be somethng that can be done against officials who bring wrongful suit or prosecute a person or a police officer, trash their name, spread falsehoods all over the media, waste your money (yep ,YOU) trying to build a case and then going to court…and in the end financially ruining someone who has had to get representation…and it is THEN shown there is lack of evidence!

          this is a$$-backwards and goes against the protections that ought to come with
          “i n n o c e n t” until proven guilty.

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      • georgiafl says:

        The Mayor of Baltimore has also earned indictment, conviction and incarceration.

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      • stringy theory says:

        I agree 100%. Love to see her do the perp walk in an orange jump suit. Those civil cases against her will get a boost out of this.

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        • libtardh8r says:

          Mosby and the ME, who committed perjury, not to mention falsifying the autopsy report.

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          • dmi60ex says:

            Freddie was supposedly involved i a cash for crash scam .Ever insurance scam needs a good lawyer . Freddie was represented several years ago by one of the prosecutors. That same prosecutor told police ” not to do the defense lawyers work ” when told that Freddie had hurt himself in jail previously . This lawyers’s girlfriend interviewed Donta Allen and made his testimony worthless . Donta was supposed to be anonymous at the time . Funny how she found out . This prosecutor wanted Donta to change his story. Was it to convict the cops , or steer authorities away from Freddies activities and the lawyer behind his scams

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      • YvonneMarie says:

        Yep.

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  2. beaujest says:

    Boston College Law School must be proud of Mosby !

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    • NJF says:

      Sadly I bet they are in fact “proud.”

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Judge Jenine and Sheriff Clarke discussed Mosby Saturday on Fox News. The honorable judge informed the viewers that Mosby was an INSURANCE LAWYER!!!!
      Mosby and her team of prosecutors were beyond inept. Please read the Baltimore Sun links provided, they are quite informative. It really lays out how corrupt and foolish they were to attempt to use Taylor the lead investigator for the police force. First, they had her read four pages previously written by the them for her to read to the grand jury. It is unheard of for the prosecutors to write the narrative, and it is highly unusual that the prosecutors would not allow Taylor to answer the questions the grand jury had.

      The prosecutors argued that they had asked for Taylor to be removed from the investigation, and Taylor replied they had the right to ask, but they did not have right to do so themselves, therefore, she stayed. Taylor said it so much better than I did, so if you haven’t already, please read the articles.

      I really do believe Mosby will be taken down. The second linked article explains how and why. I feel she justly deserves it considering she attempted to destroy six officers and their families. She has put all of them through hell this past year, and still cannot she has done wrong, which baffles the heck out of me. Every time one of the officers have been found innocent she has publicly claimed they will do another private investigation of their own. Seriously? Really? She needs to drop all of the charges for all of them, or someone else should.

      Judge Jenine spoke how she and her staff worked closely and daily with police officers when she was DA. I cannot imagine how this is working in Mosby’s office. It is obvious it isn’t.

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      • …put them thru hell, ruined their reputations and financially devastated them, I fear. 😡

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        • joanfoster says:

          And Freddie Grey’s family and their corrupt lawyer walked away with $6 million of taxpayer money. I hope these officers are able to file a wrongful prosecution suit against the office of the DA and her personally. She needs to be disbarred. Unfortunately, the “justin no pete” crowed don’t have the intellectual where with all to understand the criminality of this entire prosecution.

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          • Chewbarkah says:

            Instead of acting to “manage” the rioters, the prosecutor has inflamed the mob by giving them to believe the police really did “murder” Gray, when she had no evidence — just her own bias. The mob will not comprehend what evidence in open court has shown; they will now believe that the courts are part of a conspiracy to murder black folks and let the police get away with it; Mosby told them the cops were guilty, so why verdicts of not guilty. Mosby has exerted the opposite of leadership and civic responsibility to further her political career. It’s harder to fathom the motives of Schatzow and Bledsoe — they seem to be reprehensible scoundrels acting out of malice.

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      • “Every time one of the officers have been found innocent she has publicly claimed they will do another private investigation of their own.”

        this is the problem of going up against the government….a bottomless pit of YOUR money that can be used again…and again…and again…to hound someone who dares go up against them. The will to fight back against this abuse of power/taxpayer dollars usually outlasts the private citizen’s resources. there must be a way to correct this abuse.

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    • lou says:

      affirmative action and grade inflation….only way I see some of these scum babies ever making thru law school….

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    • John Galt says:

      I think Mosby enablers and Brady violators Bledsoe and Schatzow are the real culprits. It’s like sitting back and watching a 5 year old drive a car without protest because the kid somehow managed to get the keys. Instead of protesting improper and unethical conduct, they pitched in and helped.

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    • Affirmative Action in action.

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      • TheFightingMan says:

        I came across a clear instance of AA in law school back in the late ’80s. As 1Ls we were required to write briefs to argue before appellate judges. We had to give our ‘opponent’ a copy of our brief and read theirs in turn. My minority group member opponent was functionally illiterate, coming up with ‘sentences’ such as ‘Then, the officer the car. Officer suspected open the trunk. He the drugs. Driver by officer.’ The legal writing instructor wrote a note on his paper that said ‘This appeals to logic. One of my favorites.’ Oh, and the real kicker? She had clerked for a federal judge. I was stuck trying to figure out WTH the guy meant. Lots of fun. Not.

        There was most definitely AA in action in my law school experience, so I would bet a dollar to a donut that the practices of AA admissions and AA grading are alive and well in all of them. Both the law and the people to whom it belongs deserve better.

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        • trumptyear says:

          This is our public schools at work and I think text book racism.
          “On December 18, 1996 the Oakland Unified School District school board of Oakland, California, United States passed a controversial resolution recognizing the legitimacy of Ebonics — what mainstream linguists more commonly term African American Vernacular English
          For students whose primary language was “Ebonics”, the Oakland resolution mandated some instruction in this, both for “maintaining the legitimacy and richness of such language…and because. Characterizations of Ebonics as “slang,” “mutant,” “lazy,” “defective,” “ungrammatical,” or “broken English” are incorrect and demeaning. . • • Wolfram (1998:109) “

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    • Reese says:

      With their “pass” “fail” policy, bad eggs like Mosby slip through

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  3. Stephen Richter says:

    and still Trump is silent. Because he thinks he can get African American votes. This is a great campaign issue for Trump. How the national democrat media and politicians will persecute police officers to pacify the mob.

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    • Sentient says:

      We’ve had enough of presidents wading into local police and prosecution issues.

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      “and still Trump is silent”

      #1. It is “Mr. Trump”
      #2. I smell a CruzBot
      #3. Mr. Trump has spoken out in support of Law Enforcement throughout the last 12 months
      #4. Why even step in this pile of Baltimore “fill in the blank”…..it is sorting itself out quite nicely.

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        You’re exactly right about Trump and the way he operates. You’ll notice he seldom says anything negative unless it is a specific criticism of an individual or institution. In all other cases he says what he is FOR not what he is AGAINST.

        As in this example: Instead of wading into a complex legal matter still under investigation and working it’s way through the courts, denouncing the prosecutor and BLM, he loudly and clearly supports the police.

        To do otherwise would be like Cruz and his “New York values” attack. Accurate, but it alienated a lot of people he didn’t need to offend in order to make his point.

        Brilliant. Simple. Trump.

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    • BabyBoomer says:

      Perhaps you have missed the innumerable times Trump has stood up for our police and sung their praises.

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    • Not this troll again

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    • this is a local affair, well below trump’s pay grade.
      on a similar but different note; after stepping up for the professor, then trayvon, then the gentle giant, even obama wouldn’t touch this one.

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      • Stephen Richter says:

        It is not a local affair. Police around the country are thrown under the bus whenever it is convenient, just to pacify the mob.

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        • deqwik2 says:

          The bad guy in this situation is a local black female who the African American voters actually voted into office. It could come across as Trump insulting them, (the voters), for voting her into office. At least there are people standing up for these officers & so far it’s working & they are fighting back. Trump doesn’t need to fight their battle when they are doing a good job of it & winning.
          Besides Elijah Cummings is watching this case & we don’t need to give him a reason to become mouthy.

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        • Jett Black says:

          So, SR, you thought it was just fine for <0bummer to call the Cambridge cops stupid, when they properly investigated a reported burglary and when he chimed in on the FL v. Zimmerman case and when he put in his inflammatory POTUS 2 cents about Mike Brown and the Ferguson Police? And you want the next POTUS to be just as meddling, interfering, and generally unconstitutional in his actions toward local law enforcement, just with a different leaning? Hypocrite is a gross understatement. Read and understand our Constitution. Keep the feds in their box, so even the good ones can’t mess things up any more than they already have.

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          • Stephen Richter says:

            good point about the Cambridge event. That shows me that the democrats see that mistreatment of the police is an effective national issue for them. Republicans need to counter this by taking the other side. Support the police. And in this case, force Hillary to declare her allegiance to BLM and the mob.

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          • Mike says:

            An honest history will be that the US suffered this period of massive subversion and treason with an illegitimate President who had lost his NBC somewhere between Indonesia, Pakistan and Kenya.

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    • mariner says:

      Perhaps, unlike the current White House occupant, he knows when to keep his mouth shut.

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    • NeverSuspect says:

      Trump is silent? Say whaaa?

      Trump has been outspoken on… well, everything. At least everything that matters right now.

      If you want a President to throw his $0.02 in to every injustice around the country, well he is going to be verrrry busy.

      (And I believe Donald Trump has a prior engagement the next 8 years, something about Making America Great Again!)

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      • Stephen Richter says:

        He does not speak on many issues that matter to people. What about deficit spending? We need to cut spending, balance the federal budget and require people to work for a living.

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        • Eric Kennedy says:

          This is clearly a troll. Trump talks about deficit spending all of the time.

          Liked by 5 people

        • CountryClassVulgarian says:

          Wow, from he does not speak out in favor of the police to deficit spending. That’s quite leap.

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        • singingsoul says:

          Stephen Richter = “He does not speak on many issues that matter to people. What about deficit spending? We need to cut spending, balance the federal budget and require people to work for a living.”

          Trump says often that he is the man you want in government because he is careful how he spends money. You need to listen what Trump says but I realize some people never hear and others never see.
          One needs to be awake to Trump to hear and see.
          Hillary spends other peoples money like sand Trump spends other peoples money carefully and responsibley.. Listen , listen carefully and you shall also hear truth when spoken.

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      The polling I’ve seen have Trump in the 12-20 percent range with blacks…. the high end of that would put give him the most black votes for a Republican since the 1960s.

      Secondly, this issue isn’t gone to get deranged idiot Never Trumpers off of their duffs. This is the kind of crap that has killed Republicans in the past (same as the bathroom issue). But moron GOPe hacks can’t seem to figure that out.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      If Trump spoke out about this, no matter how right and justified, the msm along with the pundits and RHINO’s will do their very best to tear him up, and he would lose not gain the African American vote.

      Plus, when he becomes president I really would hate to see him putting his nose in where it shouldn’t belong. Our current one has done enough of that.

      I do see where your heart is, and I know you want him to gain more votes, I just don’t agree with this being the way to do it. He needs to push jobs and economy and infrastructure as well as education to gain the minority votes. He needs to show them how hc will make it worse not better.

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    • Daniel says:

      Has it occurred to you that this is NOT a matter for a president to get involved with? I realize you think Obama has set the standard of political involvement, but you’d be very wrong to think so.

      Trump very often cites where some things should be managed at the state level. And in the case of Maryland, I think this is the case. Ultimately, when a government body becomes what cities and states like Baltimore, Detroit, Maryland, California have become, sometimes the best thing to do is to let the results become shining examples of what not to let happen.

      Government hasn’t become corrupt because the people in charge are evil. That has been a naturally occurring thing since the beginning of time. Government has become corrupt because people stopped caring and paying attention.

      And government has gone left and socialist not because there are more leftists and socialists, but because the leftists and socialists are the most ACTIVE in government. People on the right are more interested in keeping their heads down and working to provide a living for themselves and their families.

      It’s not for TRUMP to do or say anything, Mr “I want my government to read my mind and solve the problems of the world for me.” It is FOR YOU. Why aren’t you saying or doing anything? And as much as we hope and want for people in power to respond to our comments here at the CTH, I think we need to put in more effort than that.

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    • R-C says:

      Are you insinuating that Trump isn’t being a good enough candidate to suit you? Because you’ve lost me completely.

      Mr. Trump is taking on the entirety of the left-wing UNIVERSE en masse. He can’t possibly expound on every single injustice in our society–there isn’t time in the day, nor do ‘average folks’ have the attention span to absorb it all if there was.

      Because Trump thinks he can get African American votes” says you.

      That’s a GIGANTIC leap to a very shaky conclusion, say I. –How can you possibly opine on what thoughts are going through Mr. Trump’s mind? (Short Answer: You aren’t Trump. YOU CAN’T.)

      Perhaps Mr. Trump simply has bigger fish to fry just now. In the entire topsy-turvy world of a leftist administration gone MAD, perhaps there are larger issues at hand. Like the economy. And our destabilized world. (Just to name a few.)

      Just saying.

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    • singingsoul says:

      Stephen Richter + “and still Trump is silent. Because he thinks he can get African American votes. ”

      Ahh Richer from Texas you need to take those Cruz plugs out of your ears and the mud of your eyes.
      Trump speaks often in support of police but you know that right..? You know that because you listen to rallies and speeches Trump gives or…?/ You see we are fully awake here and we hear and see and we also hear you but the truth will set you free.

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  4. bofh says:

    So, in addition to Mosby and friends needing to be made an example of, Detective Taylor perjured herself by offering testimony to the Grand Jury that she knew to be incorrect. This is quite a rat’s nest.

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    • Sassy says:

      Excuse me for being dense, but is it normal for the prosecutor to hand a detective her testimony that she then reads verbatim? I’m confused. Are witnesses supposed to be coached, even if it’s a Grand Jury? If the detective didn’t write the summary herself, then of what use is she and how can she swear to tell the truth? Couldn’t the prosecutor just read the summary into the record for the Grand Jury? Never been to a Grand Jury, so assume there’s no cross examination. Does anybody question the detective?

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      • Sassy says:

        Wait. I’m sorry. The answers are in the story linked in the post. They pick an “uninvolved” officer to read the “charging documents.” And the jurors can question the officer, but in this case whenever someone tried, the prosecutors answered for her and cut her off, so she’d stick with their narrative.

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        • Sassy says:

          Sorry again. More info: This case was unusual because the state’s attorney wrote and provided the narrative, when the usual process is that the police write the narrative. It wouldn’t surprise me to learn that someone even higher up than the state’s attorney provided it.

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          • patternpuzzler says:

            Thanks for the close reading and the recap, Sassy. I read the linked articles too. It’s abundantly clear that Taylor was aware of being made a tool by the prosecutor’s office, particularly by Bledsoe. To her credit, I believe, based on the articles, that she went as far as she could to disavow the “statement”, and said elsewhere that the prosecutors weren’t interested in even seeing her notes.

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    • NeverSuspect says:

      Yeah but, see, Defective Taylor has an easy out:

      “With great conflict I was sworn in and read the narrative provided,”

      She’s already blamed someone else, and we all know she will get away with it. She didn’t do nothing!

      (Semi-proper grammar)

      What will make me super duper happy is if they uncover a link between Mosby and Lynch.

      Surely Obama won’t be able to pardon EVERY corrupt lacky who did his bidding the past 8 years! /sarcasm because he can and will.

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  5. sarrask says:

    All these racist Democrat mayors turning their cities into hellholes.

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  6. Joe Knuckles says:

    Detective Taylor is obviously a racist for going against the narrative. Don’t let the fact that she’s black fool you. /s
    Prosecute Moseby and anybody else that is involved.

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  7. Paul Killinger says:

    All these people who conspired against their own city’s police officers should face a grand jury themselves, tbe sooner the better.

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    • Clc says:

      It’s not just against police but anybody. Go to Agingrebel.com and follow the bikers civil suit against the police and DA in Waco. It is never wrong to do the right thing. I wonder if mosby had any FED pressure on her to prosecute?

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      • janc1955 says:

        I’m guessing Obama’s sock puppet, Lynch, didn’t apply any overt pressure. However, I wouldn’t be even slightly surprised to learn Lynch has been “mentoring” Mosby/cheering her on for a year.

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      • Jason says:

        Obama (or perhaps it was only Lynch?) spoke/met with both Mosby and the Mayor. Total wild arse guess but I’d say no pressure was needed, but undoubtedly Mosby had plenty of encouragement/support for her actions.

        The Mayor seemed a bit conflicted at first, but has gone along with Zero’s plan including giving the rioters space to destroy, blaming of the PD for not repairing some rift between the criminals… errr, cough community, and the police department, rubber stamping the payoff… err, cough settlement, and the agreeing to the DOJ’s federalization, err, cough suggested changes that last I saw will cost the city taxpayers an extra 10 mil per year. The DOJ’s solution to making up any shortfall in funding these new programs? Take cops off the street/force.
        http://cops.usdoj.gov/policingtaskforce

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      • Beenthere says:

        In one word, Yes!!

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      • CeeCee23 says:

        I’m sorry but I live very close to Waco and say what you want about the police but that was NOT a friendly biker club gathering. There were two very well known biker gangs that were there looking for trouble and no amount of double talk will change that.

        The police asked that bar/club to please cancel the event after the police were informed of the impending trouble but they refused. So the police prepared for the trouble. Did they overreact? I can’t say but I can say calling those two rival biker gangs innocent is far from the whole truth.

        We’re there innocent people there? Yes.
        We’re there people known for criminal activity there? Yes.
        Are all members of those two gangs criminals? No.
        Are all members of those two gangs innocent bystanders? No. There are good and bad apples in every barrel.

        The situation was preventable if that bar/club had just listened to the police and canceled. Sure the bikers have the right to gather and the club has the right to let them gather at their establishment but it is naive and ignorant to open the door and let the fox into the henhouse and not expect some kind of trouble. Especially in this case where it wasn’t a little fox but 2 packs of wolves and 2 feuding packs of wolves at that.

        That gathering could have waited until there wasn’t so much tension and hostility between those 2 gangs, which probably won’t ever happen, but that’s not the point. The point is that the whole situation was preventable which is exactly what the police were trying to do by attempting to stop the gathering and being prepared for trouble when it wasn’t. I agree with the actions of the police for that. What exactly happened during the situation I can not comment on because I was not a witness to it. Some may disagree with me but that is how I see it.

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    • Sassy says:

      Can the cops turn around and use this to sue the city for … what would you call it? False prosecution? Conspiracy? How about the citizens themselves who had to fund this farce? Speaking of which, will they get their $6+ million back?

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      • janc1955 says:

        If I recall correctly, 3 of the officers have already filed suits against Mosby et al.

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        • Sassy says:

          Great! Turn about.

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        • litenmaus says:

          Janc, We mustn’t forget about Maj Sam Cogen of the Baltimore Sheriff’s Office and his participation in this horrific abuse of political office. The suits filed against Mosby and Cogen now total 5.

          Article Published two weeks ago

          http://newsone.com/3456360/two-more-baltimore-cops-file-suit-against-marilyn-mosby-in-freddie-gray-case/

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          • John Galt says:

            http://www.stattorney.org/office/executive-team/563-michael-schatzow-chief-deputy-state-s-attorney

            42 years of federal and state criminal law experience, JD, LLM

            Why didn’t he blow the whistle?

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            • litenmaus says:

              JohnGalt, I got two choices

              Political correctness has corrupted him or he decided to let Mosby cut her own throat so that the level of corruption in the office could be seen.

              Either/or is unacceptable to me. No evidence of a crime, yet these men were charged & brought before trial.

              http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/
              maryland/freddie-gray/bs-md-ci-goodson-day6-main-20160616-story.html

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              • Jett Black says:

                Here’s the correct two:

                Committed, brainwashed, brain dead SJW on the wrong side of prosecution, b/c he wasn’t good enough to make it as a private defense lawyer (e.g., apparently he doesn’t even know how to impeach with prior testimony–trial 101).
                Paycheck/pension.

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            • boutis says:

              42 Years as a “civil rights” lawyer. This one was an assistant federal prosecutor long ago for a few years but it all centered on civil rights. Then for many years he worked for a law firm that sued everyone and everything for “civil rights” civil damages. His primary qualification for this now is his political support for Mosby pre-election. He is one of her posse. Legal Insurrection has noted his extreme incompetence, ignorance, dishonesty, and shall we say hatred of cops during ALL of the trials. He should go to jail with Mosby. He doesn’t know trial procedure, etc because he worked for a firm that sued people to make them settle and pay up never going to trial. He is shall we say a law-fare terrorist extorting money from corporations and government entities paid for by taxpayers or insurance companies. Mosby was part of some “insurance” something which advocated for fall down artists and paint chip eaters such as Freddy Grey scammers. They went too far and got exposed by decent criminal trial lawyers who never challenged the “racket” before. Both belong in prison.

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            • Chewbarkah says:

              Because he is the whistle?

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        • dmi60ex says:

          Actually five have all filed suit , only Goodsen did not , since he was coming up for trial right when they filed , guess he figured don’t rock the boat

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  8. litlbit2 says:

    This has been a long drawn out process. I wonder if it had been shortened would the Baltimore Sun remain silent? Why so long to do the right thing? Actually be a news outlet. Trump correct again about these dishonest people? When did news people decide news is ink on a page forget public trust or exposing lies and corruption? Gon-a-b lotta changes 2017 starting with character.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Litbit,
      The Baltimore Sun has done excellent reporting on this. They have been more then fair, and in all honesty I believe they side with the police officers 100%.

      The B Sun was even allowed to have one of their reporters for quite some days while the police were conducting their investigation. I don’t remember the last time I heard of that being allowed.

      Please read their articles linked through this one. I really think you will be impressed. I know I am seriously envious that they are not slanted like my local paper. I just want the news/facts, I don’t much care for their opinions. If I wanted that I’d read their opinion page. I miss the old newspapers from where I grew up most of my years. Unfortunately, they too have changed. So yes, it was quite refreshing to read the Baltimore Sun in regards to this subject.

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      • boutis says:

        The Sun was not fair at first. They were all aboard for the kangaroo court in the beginning. But Mosby is so stupid, incompetent, and such a ridiculous diva, then their readers turned on her. I read that the movers and shakers in Baltimore (primarily business and rich, political whites) won’t speak to her. I don;t think the Sun had a choice and would have preferred to go along with malicious prosecution of six cops. This is beyond crooked. It is incompetent, fascist and resulted in the city cops letting the criminals run wild. Cause and effect.

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  9. Niagara Frontier says:

    One of the consequences of looking under this rock is that it may bring into question all the other prosecutions this office and police department have been responsible for.

    I can imagine lawyers right now are swarming the city jail, county jail and state prisons for convicts requesting retrials.

    Like I said in another thread on the same topic, Baltimore is a jobs program for incompetent civil servants, and taxpayers as usual pick up the tab.

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    • scott says:

      Not only this PD and DA office, but nationwide. Lots of corruption everywhere.

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    • Trent Telenko says:

      I can imagine lawyers right now are swarming the city jail, county jail and state prisons for convicts requesting retrials.

      Not.

      Follow the money.

      Who pays for the lawers digging up Baltimore corruption?

      If no payday…no legal playdays.

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  10. angryduc says:

    When Law Schools have quotas this happens.

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  11. Joe says:

    Since the voters who put these people in office cannot be arrested it might be a good thing to keep a closer watch on the elected State’s Attorneys standards and practices.

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  12. NeverSuspect says:

    Reap what you sow

    Na na Na na hey hey hey good bye! (Mosby)

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  13. paulraven1 says:

    Not possible to over-estimate the viciousness of the Left. They’d put us all in gulags tomorrow if they could.

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  14. yakmaster2 says:

    Mosby adored her year of fame. The bill for her bias and hubris is coming. Hubby lost his bid for election, now here’s hoping for a high enough price imposed on her that they’re both left politically bankrupt.

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  15. True Colors says:

    There is more evidence of Marilyn Mosby breaking the law than there is of the accused police officers breaking the law.

    TC

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  16. The Boss says:

    If Obama had a daughter, she’d be like Marilyn Mosby. Oh, wait…

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  17. Peter says:

    She is a cold blooded racist. Sad it doesn’t have meaning anymore, because she is really mean and should never have been placed in a position of power.

    But dare ye to remove her.

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  18. Howie says:

    Misconduct in office. Slam Dunk Case againsy Mosby. Of course she has the immunity idol just like Crooked Hillary.

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  19. R-C says:

    Having previously lived in the abominable, unrepentant, democratically-held state of Maryland, I don’t hold out much hope…but

    “Perhaps the Maryland Bar Association might move to censure this awful attorney, Mosby, before she can further tarnish the image of lawyers in the State of Maryland.” (If such a thing is even possible at this point…)

    Any Maryland attorneys reading this, feel free to file a complaint!

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  20. kjj says:

    Prosecutorial misconduct needs to carry the same penalty as the false charges.

    I don’t mean that every case that ends with a not guilty verdict means that the defendant should be able to file charges back, and I don’t mean that every little clerical error needs to carry a prison term.

    But, these cases started with what can only be described as grand jury tampering, and they went downhill from there, including the Brady violations.

    Mosby might be removed from office. The cops might sue her, but whatever they win will be paid by insurance and taxpayers. She is unlikely to face anything worse than a slap on the wrist, and then she’ll get a sinecure from some liberal think tank.

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  21. burnett044 says:

    it is simple really…

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  22. It’s time someone put a bullet in her ass.

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  23. Monroe says:

    Sadly, the residents love Mosby and consider her a hero. The Baltimore Sun was live tweeting the trial and the reaction on the street after the verdict was announced. The public think the justice system was stacked against Mosby and how she was so brave to stand up against it. The public doesn’t understand that Mosby’s office failed and that the system was stacked against the officers.

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    • joshua says:

      no….the BLACK residents love Mosby…none of the legit citizens like her at all…but they are quiet to stay safe….Mosby is Al Sharpton with a skirt.

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    • Beenthere says:

      Baltimore is an anti-police city. Watch The Wire, a TV series to get a better understanding of it.

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  24. DeWalt says:

    By the same process she brought charges against these officers, charges should be brought against her. The grand jury. This has been one of the troubling aspects of today’s judicial system where as the government and the people believe that this tool can only be empowered by the prosecution. Wrong, the Grand Jury can find cause to investigate and bring charges on their own against any government officials.

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  25. Josh says:

    “The mounting revelations are so astounding the Baltimore Sun is now calling for an investigation of the prosecutor’s office”
    THIS^^^

    Imagine if those in the media were acting with honesty and integrity based on the information they have access to. Imagine if the media were not in bed with the Globalists but were on the side of the citizen and Truth. Just imagine …

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  26. Virtually no MSM coverage.

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  27. Josh says:

    And kudos to Detective Dawnyell Taylor! She was as stunned as anyone by what she was given, at the last minute – literally, to read. She is backing The Truth. Should COULD go along with The Narrative but she isn’t.

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    • Josh says:

      And it’s ridiculous and unfortunate that I have to say that I’m glad that Ms. Taylor has the same color epidermis as Ms. Mosby. Otherwise you just KNOW what “they’d” be screaming.

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  28. Beenthere says:

    Isn’t it apparent to everyone that the prosecutors of the Wilson, Zimmerman, and Baltimore cases are getting their marching orders from the Obama administration?

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  29. joshua says:

    Black Lying Lawyers Matter….get em out….

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  30. Josh says:

    “Detective Dawnyell Taylor said in a daily log of case notes on the investigation that a prosecutor [Deputy State’s Attorney Janice Bledsoe] handed her a four-page, typed narrative at the courthouse just before she appeared before the grand jury.”

    “When members of the grand jury began to ask questions about the case, Taylor wrote, prosecutors intervened and answered from their perspective”

    “He [a top sheriff’s commander] said prosecutors provided him a narrative that formed the basis for the charging documents.”

    “I have never heard of the [state’s attorney’s office] providing an investigator with a prepared statement,” said [former Baltimore homicide detective Joshua] Ellsworth”

    Can’t wait for the investigation of the State’s Attorney’s office. Oh wait … who would be conducting that investigation?

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  31. Jett Black says:

    In addition to all the injustice done to the police in this case and to the public who have had to endure an epic, killing storm of BS from Mosby et al., now their lack of ethics, skewed and incompetent methods taint every real prosecution they attempt. This malfeasance at the grand jury level will be trotted out to question every indictment for the next decade. Their Brady violations will be used as swords in every case, too. The damage Mosby and her scumbag cadres have done is far far greater than this awful injustice to 6 decent LEOs.

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  32. TheLastDemocrat says:

    The theme of the SJW / BLM picking bad cases is exactly right – it is a deliberate strategy.

    The apparent “civil rights” / racial injustice story is just a cover.

    Here is the end game: the enemy of Marxism is our prevailing culture, our “cultural hegemony.” It is textbook Marxism that our society is inherently bad, and Marxism is ALL about bringing down this prevailing society [with a bloody revolution] so that they can usher in the solution, Communism. This is Marx’s answer, based on his love of Hegelian social philosophy including the Hegelian dialectic. We, the prevailing society, are the “thesis,” the BLM SJW forces are the “antithesis,” and Communism is the “synthesis.”

    If you believe this, then the way to improve society is to force greater conflict between the thesis and the antithesis until historical forces play out, leading to the synthesis.

    So, the goal is to foment disorder and division is society, leadingly by getting regular people to have disdain for our prevailing culture. They have achieved a lot.

    By picking bad cases – TM, MB, and the Freddie Gray, they get “us” everyday people to learn we should look PAST the details, such as Freddie Gray being a long-term drug dealer with many opportunities to have turned his life around, who ran from police, and who attempted to injure himself so that he would go to the hospital rather than to central booking.

    This is step one: focus on the injustice ALONE, not the role of the criminal. Yes, police can behave badly – but here, the game is to take a case where the police acted reasonably, and paint all police as inherently bad, and overlook the bad of the suspect.

    Step Two: In fact, the goal is to get “us” everyday citizens to say “So, he was a drug dealer – that doesn’t mean he should be roughed up and killed;” this is where we develop a reflex, a bias, to suspect police and emotionally favor the culprit.

    Step Three: identify the negative views of the culprit as being inherent racism, which is against our regular values – use our values against us. We then, based on the values we have had forever, see a Black criminal acting badly, and instead of seeing what we see, we assume racism – we censor ourselves. We saw MB conduct thuggery, and we know he grabbed for a cop’s gun – most likely with only one goal – kill the cop – but we censor our appreciation of these details, and sustitute the “BLM” narrative so that we can stay true to our values.

    In short, we self-censor. No top-down control of thought is required. We all eventually turn against society so much that we are very open to the solution – more and more social justice, more welfare, more anti-cop, more anti-govt, etc. – until we are pining and wishing for the revolution.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Who you calling “we” Kimosabe?

      I don’t “self-censor”. I believe that black racism is wholly out of control in this country and that the likes of Mosby are dim-witted, IQ-85, affirmative-action dunderheads on an anti-white bender.

      You must be talking about the impressionable out there. But there’s many, many, many who ain’t.

      I reckon.

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        thanks. my point in saying “us” is that the propaganda campaign is directed at all of us everyday citizens.

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  33. JackerRaabit says:

    Ah, the wonder of the post-Christian, ALL-Atheist, New World.

    Ignored the truth? Who cares, because the atheistic attribute very little value to truth.
    Ignored the facts? Who cares, because the atheistic attribute very little value to facts.
    The people in charge of the Justice, lied? Who cares, because the atheistic attribute ZERO negative consequences to either lies, OR to being a liar.

    Wonder how so very many ‘people’ (and I personally think ALL the atheistic are ANTI-human, and therefore NOT part of the human race) support someone as abysmally corrupt as Hillary?
    Well, the atheistic don’t CARE about corruption, either.

    So THIS is atheism: and if you’ve noticed that it has a value system identical to that of biblical Satanism… well, of course it does… Lucifer ALSO wants to do what he wants, when he wants, how he wants, where he wants…

    I hope world chokes on ‘secularism’… oh, wait, it already is.
    Now I just have to wait for the Tribulation, and maybe survive through that (oh and shove the nonsense of a rapture before then, ‘because the Lord won’t let His people suffer’ – HA!), and then I get to see the Lord return, this time as the Lion of Judah, wielding a rod of iron.

    Can’t wait.

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  34. Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

    Marilyn Mosby remains nothing more than an affirmative action hire trying to prove her street cred to her brothas and sistahs in the streets.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      That’s really not working out too well for her….But she clearly is “trying”….LOL

      Mosby’s theory is the standard Black proclamation of ..….”Freddie Gray was disrespected by these Police Officers…”

      That was the message to the community. After, mind you, 2 weeks of “investigating”.

      Forget about Gray being a die hard criminal, a drug user & dealer, that he attempted to evade tha Police, that he was combative & resistive, that he had a weapon on him. These actions seem to be “accepted” in crime ridden areas as the norm. Let’s focus on what the Police did (or, in their theory, what the Police did not do).

      Mosby’s critical thought process, from a Black prospective, in a crime ridden area is, well, he just dindu noffin…(well, out of the ordinary in any event), that should have caused the Police to “hassle” him.

      Following the Nero trial & leading up to the Goodson trial…

      http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2016/06/06/murder-trial-freddie-gray-death-set-thursday/85483790/

      {SNIP}….. A small group of protesters gathered outside the courthouse, the Associated Press reported. The Rev. Cortly “C.D.” Witherspoon, who was outside the courthouse, said the decision for a trial by judge “deprives the citizens of Baltimore” the chance to decide Goodson’s fate.”

      Or this…

      http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Judge-to-hear-arguments-on-motion-to-dismiss-382347221.html

      “I think this trial is very important based on what has happened in the previous trials,” Baltimore NAACP President Tessa Hill-Aston said. “We got to get some hits where someone is taking responsibility for Freddie’s death.”

      Ya got that?………According to the NAACP, somebody’s got to pay for Freddie‘s death…..….

      LOL….“Deprives the citizens…..?”, “decide Goodson’s fate”…”where someone is takig responsibility…” Well that just flat out screams “convict somebody of something, anything”. Too bad Mosby can’t deliver on that when there just isn’t any evidence to support the contention.

      But, when a community believes Gray dindo nuffin & the Police just “kilt” this man for no reason, what’s an inexperienced, like thinking, politically motivated, AA Prosecutor to do? Go after the Police of course. Evidence? We don’t have no evidence…We don’t need no stinking evidence…The man is dead. That’s more than enough to quell a lowinfo community.

      So now she has “boxed” herself in to a case that has no supporting or incriminating evidence from the get go. Yet, she (and the community at large), insists that someone must pay for Mr. Gray’s death?

      The settlement to the family seems, IMO, that “someone” has already paid. The death was clearly accidental, assisted by Gray himself, due to his own actions within the van. That is the reason there are Civil Tort Laws.

      Following the Nero trial….

      http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2016/05/23/freddie-gray-arresting-officer-edward-nero-found-not-guilty-on-all-charges/

      {Snip} referring to a statement from Mayor Rawlings….”Now that the criminal case has come to an end, Officer Nero will face an Administrative Review by the Police Department”

      A similiar statement was issued regarding Goodson after his acquittal.

      Seems they, (using Black butchers as an analogy), still want their “pound of flesh”. Except it seems they insist on pressing their thumbs on the scales ( of Justice), to get that “pound” when it clearly doesn’t exist.

      Judge Williams has her between a rock & a hard place. Either she drops the remaining cases or he will play her game & the result will be 6 acquittals.

      Either way, Mosby comes out of his looking more a fool than when she announced the charges originally.

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      • nimrodman says:

        “… want their pound of flesh …”

        It’s ethnic cleansing, minus the mass murder. But ethnic cleansing none the less.

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  35. Martin says:

    Great writeup, Sundance.

    There is a larger agenda at work, the exposure of which, or the assemblage of some of the pieces, came with the overreach of a brusque US Attorney in the Idaho child rape case at the hands of Muslim migrants. It’s a local case, and this United States Attorney Wendy J. Olson barged in, using threatening language, that rings a bell with UN watchers and critics of the DOJ.

    Federal prosecutor’s stern warning ‘threatens free speech’ of citizens, media
    Olson continued, saying, “The spread of false information or inflammatory or threatening statements about the perpetrators or the crime itself reduces public safety and may violate federal law. We have seen time and again that the spread of falsehoods about refugees divides our communities. I urge all citizens and residents to allow Mr. Loebs and Chief Kingsbury and their teams to do their jobs.”

    Ann Corcoran, the author of the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog and the book “Refugee Resettlement and the Hijra to America,” said Olson’s statement is reminiscent of Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s warning the day after the San Bernardino jihad massacre in which Lynch said she would take “aggressive action” to prosecute “anti-Muslim” rhetoric that “edges toward violence.” Lynch was forced to walk back those comments after outrage from free speech advocates.

    Olson used the language of the United Nations-sanctioned “Strong Cities Network” or SCN, which was announced by Lynch at the U.N. last fall, when she called for building “resilient communities” in the fight against “violent extremism.”
    http://www.wnd.com/2016/06/explosive-new-twist-in-idaho-sex-assault-case/

    Obama Administration and UN Announce Global Police Force to Fight ‘Extremism’ In U.S.
    Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced at the United Nations that her office would be working in several American cities to form what she called the Strong Cities Network (SCN), a law enforcement initiative that would encompass the globe.

    This amounts to nothing less than the overriding of American laws, up to and including the United States Constitution, in favor of United Nations laws that would henceforth be implemented in the United States itself – without any consultation of Congress at all.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/02/obama-administration-and-un-announce-global-police-force-to-fight-extremism-in-u-s/

    How is this connected? “…a clear inflection point within the judicial system when leftists, professional grievance activists, switched tactics from proclaiming the innocence of the transparently guilty, to advocating for the guilt of the transparently innocent.” By redefining who the extremists are, and using what they perceive as a larger duty to the global community, even the language of such, they make in one fell swoop BLM, CPUSA, SDS, La Raza, et. al innocent, and their critics guilty of global mayhem. Enter those pretty blue, rapey helmets.

    It’s the next stage in criminalizing thought, as in hate crimes, which make victims deader, and perpetrators even more guilty, despite existing law.

    These Leftists learn as they go – or think they do – and when no resistance is offered, they build on it. Witness the trajectory from Zimmerman, to Wilson, to the Baltimore Six. And, now, a US Attorney in Idaho speaking UNese. Some 18.7 million potential new citizens being let off the hook with their Oath of Allegiance scrubbed of pledges to defend the US. Oh, and Federal jurist Richard Posner declaring the Constitution outdated and useless. That fits, too.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/06/27/posner-republican-judge-f-constitution/

    Lynch has declared the changes they’re making will be cooked into the cake, for perpetuity. We’ll see about that one.

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  36. bitterlyclinging says:

    ““With great conflict I was sworn in and read the narrative provided,” she said in her notes”
    She could have said I can’t agree with this and refused to take the oath.
    Adolph Eichmann said he was just following orders, too. The judges saw thorough his argument and ordered him hung by the neck until dead anyway. In Nazi Germany the crime was system and society wide.
    Maryland’s very own version the Stalin era head of the Soviet KGB “Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime”, Lavrenti Beria, Marilyn Mosby wasn’t going to be deterred, nor offended.

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