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Mar 20 2020

Baltimore’s Marilyn Mosby Still Facilitating Anarchy

Mayors come and go (sometimes but not often enough to prison), but Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is still on the job. She is best known for being implicated in the railroading of police officers to placate the rioting mob in the Freddie Gray case. Unsurprisingly, she is again facilitating anarchy, currently in the name of coronavirus.


Mosby ordered her staff Wednesday to drop all pending criminal charges against anyone arrested for drug possession, attempted distribution, prostitution, trespassing, minor traffic offenses, open container, and urinating in public.

There’s more:

Mosby … also sent a letter to Governor Larry Hogan urging him to take Emergency action to close Courthouses throughout the State, and to develop decarceral guidelines for the state’s prisons and jails.

“Decarceral” is a key vocabulary term emerging from the COVID-19 crisis. It also applies to Philadelphia taking criminals’ names instead of locking them up, and New York letting even more of them loose in the name of the virus.

What could go wrong? We’ll find out what, if fights over toilet paper escalate to looting food. More criminals on the streets and an official emphasis on letting crime slide won’t be helpful.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

One Response to “Baltimore’s Marilyn Mosby Still Facilitating Anarchy”

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