Baltimore State Attorney In Charge Of Prosecuting LOOTERS Is Married To The Councilman Who Facilitated The Looting…

(Screenshot credit, The Last Refuge)

(Screenshot credit, The Last Refuge)

April 30, 2015

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Recent media stories within Baltimore are highlighting that many of the looter/rioters arebeing released without charges.

The Head Baltimore Prosecutor in charge of making those decisions is Marilyn Mosby.

marilyn MosbyMarilyn Mosby is Baltimore City’s newly elected State’s Attorney. She is the youngest chief prosecutor of any major city in America. 

[…]  As an active member in her profession and community, Marilyn has served in a number of leadership positions on several committees and boards including: the Peer Review Committee of the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission (2012), the Judicial Nomination Committee for the Monumental Bar Association, the NAACP (Baltimore Branch) Criminal Justice Committee. (link)

Now, you might also remember when the riots and looting broke out on Monday there was a City Councilman who told the police to move back from their positions. When the police did what the Councilman requested, the stores in the immediate area were looted.

See video at 02:10 where Councilman Nick Mosby told the police to back off.

Yes, the State Attorney in charge of prosecuting the looters, Marilyn Mosby, is married to the Councilman, Nick Mosby, who facilitated the looting….

….. And the looters will not be prosecuted.

Go Figure!

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Baltimore, the ultimate Potemkin Village !

(Hat Tip Nation)

Disclaimer: This was not written by Lorra B.

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