It is almost as if Marilyn Mosby’s mind was already made up days before she was privy to the police report, days before she charged the ‘Baltimore 6’ in the death of Freddie Gray’s death.
Via Christian Post:
On Tuesday [April 27, 2015] at the Bilingual Christian Church, Mosby spoke with members of the Multicultural Prayer Movement group, of which she is also a member. At one point church leaders, including Nunez who has been her friend for five years, gathered around her and prayed.
“So we will pursue justice by any and all means necessary. I appreciate your support Bishop [Nunez], you’ve been there for me from the very beginning,” Mosby added, before alluding to the riots which appeared to come to a halt after charges in Gray’s death were announced.
Just days before she announced charges in Gray’s death, she acknowledged that there is growing frustration in Baltimore because the justice system “has historically and disproportionately affected so many communities of color.”
“… What we’re seeing right now when we turn on the news and we open up the newspaper is that frustration, and it’s not just Baltimore City, that’s every urban city across America,” she said. “We’re seeing the frustration of this system.”
“Nothing transcends the power of God and we have work to do,” she said firmly. “We have work to do. We need to get out there on these streets and talk to these young people. They are not thugs, they are our children and they need us. They need us now. […]
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby; ‘social justice warrior‘ cloaked in the guise of a prosecutor.